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3rd Annual NCRF Summer Golf Classic

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Event Overview

You’re cordially invited to join us at our 3rd Annual NCRF Summer Golf Classic, as we golf to raise money for scholarships & programs for low resource students. A fun-filled day of golf while competing for prizes. Your purchase comes with morning mimosas, breakfast, and lunch. There is also an auction of awesome Sports Memorabilia, and a cocktail reception.

**NCRF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all contributions are tax deductible.

Tournament Schedule



6:30 am Registration
(6:00 am - 8:00 am driving range open)
8:00 am Shotgun Start
2:00 pm Lunch & Awards Ceremony

The Location

22751 Golden Springs Dr, Diamond Bar, CA 91765
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A PREMIER GOLF CLUB

The National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) Celebrates 20 Years of Service and is proud to announce its 3rd Annual “Summer Golf Classic”.  The charity golf tournament will be held on Saturday, June 6th, 2020 at the prestigious Diamond Bar Golf Course, Diamond Bar California. Diamond Bar Golf Course features beautiful greens and views of the mountains.
**NCRF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all contributions are tax deductible.

The 2nd Annual Summer Golf Classic

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Chase Price
877-427-4100
chase@thecollegeexpo.org

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