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Triple Crown Golf Classic

This annual golf tournament takes place at the Woodside Country Club to benefit both Helping Hands and the Tri-Development Center of Aiken County. Participants can join the Men’s or Women’s Division.

A key component of the Triple Crown Golf Classic is its golfers. They are the backbone of the success of the classic. Their participation ensures that the necessary services are available for people in our community. To our golfers, we say “thanks” in advance for participating in this annual event, benefitting two incredible community agencies.

Last year, we had to cancel due to COVID but this year, players will not be required to wear masks while on the carts or while playing golf. Masks, of course, may be worn throughout the tournament. We are simply requiring that they be worn in the dining areas, registration and any other congregate settings. If we have to change plans or cancel the 2021 TCGC, we will give plenty of notice.

Entry fee is $100 and due by March 15, 2021.

All entries will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. If you wish to be paired in a specific foursome, please submit all four names on the same form and submit with the total fee. Team pairings are made by the event committee if you do not have a team already.

Dinner and awards ceremony will immediately follow. If we are unable to have the banquet due to COVID-19 restrictions, then dinner will be provided in take-out containers and awards will be mailed or
available for pick-up.

 Game Rules

  1. Format: Captain’s Choice Four-Person Scramble Gross and Net Divisions
  2. No man or woman may have an assigned handicap greater than 36. The committee has the right to verify handicap.
  3. Men’s Division will be divided into two flights based on total team handicaps. Flight One will play the Wisteria Course. Flight Two will play the Plantation Course. Teams will compete for gross and net prizes.
  4. Women’s Division will play the Plantation Course.
  5.  No denim
  6. Soft spikes required

$20 Mulligan Packages Available

Comes with a prize drawing entry
Men: one mulligan and one red tee
Women: one mulligan and tee buster

The Prizes

(Pro Shop gift certificates $400 value to champions)

  • 4 Men’s champion teams: 1 gross and 1 net from each course (Wisteria and Plantation)
  • 2 Women’s champion teams: 1 gross and 1 net from the Plantation Course.
    Gift certificates to the 2nd and 3rd place net men’s and women’s teams
  • Individual prizes for “Closest to the Pin” and “Closest to Line”
  • Door prizes

Sponsorship Levels

Presenting Sponsor $2,500

Highest level of advertising and recognition

  • Name & Logo on pre-event advertisements
  • 2 foursome teams

Cart Sponsor $1,500

  • Name & Logo on pre-event advertisements
  • Name & Logo on all carts
  • 1 foursome team

Women’s Division Sponsor $1,250

  • Name & Logo on pre-event advertisements
  • Sign at registration
  • Listed in the program
  • 1 foursome team

Platinum Sponsor $1,000

  • Tee sign
  • 2 foursome teams

Gold Sponsor $500

  • Tee sign
  •  1 foursome team

Silver Sponsor $250

  • Tee sign
  • 1 player

Tee Sponsor $100

Green or tee sign

Patron Sponsor Goods/Prizes/Services

Promotional Material Distribution

Helping Hands, Inc

Founded in 1973, Helping Hands is a private nonprofit agency for child victims of abuse, abandonment, and/or neglect. Care is provided seven days a week, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, with an emergency shelter available for newborn children to age 21. Helping Hands dedicates itself to providing each child a warm, safe and nurturing environment to help enrich their quality of life and well-being. The agency works to improve their health, independent living skills, educational outcomes, and resilience. shapingbrighterfutures.org

Tri-Development Center of Aiken County, Inc.

Tri-Development Center works hard to positively impact the lives of children and adults with disabilities and their families. Education and resources are provided to the public to help with the prevention of disabilities and our community’s understanding of people with disabilities. Vocational, social, recreational, residential, and advocacy services are included in the many opportunities we make available to individuals with autism, head and spinal cord injuries, intellectual disabilities, and related lifelong disabilities. aikentdc.com

The Golfers

A key component of the Triple Crown Golf Classic is its golfers. They are the backbone of the Classic. Their participation ensures that the necessary services are available for people in our community. To our golfers, we say  “thank you” in advance for participating in the 25th Annual Triple Crown Golf Classic benefitting two incredible community agencies.

Golf Classic Host

Women’s Division Sponsor

Lunch Providers

Dinner Providers

Cart Sponsor