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26th Annual Skyhawk Club Golf Tournament is June 25

MARTIN — The 26th annual Skyhawk Club Golf Tournament is Thursday, June 25 at Persimmon Hills Golf Course in Sharon. Alexander Thompson Arnold, PLLC and Security Bank and Trust Company once again serve as sponsors for the event.
The deadline for entry is June 22. Registration on June 25 begins at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at noon. The tournament begins with a 1 p.m. shotgun start.
The event format is a four-person scramble with prizes going to first, second, third, fourth and last places. A “longest drive,” “closest to the pin” and “most accurate drive” contest will additionally take place, as well as a putting contest for a 2020-21 Champions Club membership.
Participants can also sign up for a giveaway package for the Skyhawk football game at Alabama on Nov. 14, which includes round-trip travel accommodations for two, two-night hotel accommodations, two game tickets and two sideline passes.
In addition to the 18-hole green fee and a cart, tournament participants will receive a goody bag including Skyhawk merchandise, the aforementioned lunch, access to beverage stations and an opportunity to play with UT Martin coaches and staff.
The entry fee for the tournament is $75 per golfer while a hole sponsorship is $100. Packages are also available, starting with a birdie sponsorship for $175 that gets the participant one single entry into the tournament and a hole sponsorship. An eagle sponsorship is $400 and includes a foursome of golfers to go along with a hole sponsorship. A Skyhawk sponsorship is available for $750 and includes two foursomes of golfers and two hole sponsorships.
The Skyhawk Club is UT Martin’s official organization for generating private financial support for its athletic programs. Contributions through the Skyhawk Club help expand scholarship opportunities for student-athletes, maintain and improve physical facilities, provide academic support programming and provide many other resources necessary to help UT Martin compete in the Ohio Valley Conference.

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