Golf outing to benefit Kettering University's Atwood Stadium

Jun 27, 2014

"The committee is hoping to have another success this year so that we can make a meaningful contribution to the Friends of Atwood Stadium."

A golf outing in July will raise funds for Atwood Stadium refurbishment efforts.

The Flintstone Golf Spectacular, formerly known as the Booker Moore and Dr. Rodney Feaster Memorial Golf Tournament, has merged with the Friends of Atwood Stadium this year to raise funds for the stadium refurbishing efforts.

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The outing, only in its' second year, met with incredible success in 2013, and donated a scholarship in the name of Booker Moore and Dr. Rodney Feaster to the Greater Flint Sports Hall of Fame.

"The committee is hoping to have another success this year so that we can make a meaningful contribution to the Friends of Atwood Stadium," says Melvin Smith, one of the founding members and co-chairs.  "We are working hard so that everyone has a good time too."

The event is Saturday, July 12, 2014, at the Captain’s Club, 10200 Woodfield Drive, Grand Blanc, Michigan, with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.  Registration begins at 8 a.m.  The cost is $65 per person, which includes lunch, 18 holes of golf, fairway contests, raffles and more. Checks should be made payable to Kettering Atwood Fund.  The Kettering Atwood Fund is a 501(C)(3) organization and $35 of your payment is tax deductible. All proceeds will go to the Atwood Renovation Project.

Atwood Stadium was built in 1929 and became a part of the Kettering University campus in September 2013.

For information about sponsorships, partnerships or donations, please contact David Gibson (810-347-0897, david.s.gibson@gm.com), Melvin Smith (810-691-6029, mmelvincsmith@aol.com) or John McGarry (810-519-9381, jmcgarry@kettering.edu).


Contact: Patrick Hayes - phayes@kettering.edu - (810) 762-9639