Leave a Legacy Golf Tournament 2013

Friday, May 17, 2013

Dust off your clubs, practice your swing, and get ready to do some good in the world. The annual Leave a Legacy Golf Tournament is happening again this August. Presented by the 5 Star Legacy Foundation and Synergy WorldWide, the proceeds from the tournament will benefit children in need across the world.

Tournament Details
Date: Wednesday, August 28th 2013
Location: Thanksgiving Point Golf Club
Tournament Format: Scramble
Contact: (801) 492-4845

Become a Sponsor: Provide Food, Clothing, Shelter and Education for Children in Need
There are several options and opportunites for sponsorship, all of which will go directly to help the children through the 5 Star Legacy Foundation. To lock in your sponsorship, click here to access the "Sponsorship Form" and follow the instructions on the bottom right-hand corner. This form also contains a general explanation of how your sponsorship dollars will be used for this important cause.

Golfer Registration
You may register individually or as a team of four players. Simply click here to access the "Golfer's Registration Form" and follow the instructions found at the bottom of the page.

About the 5 Star Legacy Foundation
The 5 Star Legacy Foundation has been instrumental in providing educational aid and bringing other needed assistance to thousands of children within impoverished communities around the world. Founded by Synergy's Double Presidential Executive Team Member Mark Comer, the foundation exists to alleviate the suffering of children, their families, and their communities by breaking the cycle of poverty through three initiatives:
  1. Literacy for children in grades k-12
  2. Hope through scholarships for higher education
  3. Self-reliance through entrepreneurism
Synergy WorldWide has enjoyed a long history and valued relationship with the 5 Star Legacy Foundation, and we look forward to this upcoming tournament and the opportunity to help those in need.

Synergy WorldWide

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