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Smoke Signals Student Media

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Smoke Signals Student Media

Smoke Signals to host Sept. 30 golf scramble


For the first time ever, Smoke Signals Student Media is hosting a community-wide golf scramble at Southwind Golf Course on Sept. 30.

Our scramble-style tournament will consist of teams of four players each. The cost will be $400 per team, or $100 per individual. With this comes the player’s meal, round of golf, and two carts per team. 

Along with inviting community members to participate in their scramble, Smoke Signals is giving the opportunity to businesses to sponsor our program. We are accepting any cash or gift donations from all businesses. 

There are three tiers of sponsorship for our donors:

  • A $100 donation comes with a sign broadcasting your company, which will be dispersed throughout the course.
  • A $300 donation comes with a sign and an advertisement in our next released paper.
  • A $500 donation comes with the sign, an advertisement in our paper, and an advertisement on our social media platforms. 

Additional activities are included in the scramble that players can choose to participate to play in.

The Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin contests will be course-wide, while our Putting Contest requires a cash entry fee.

Players can also purchase additional skirts and mulligans to use to their advantage.  

Download the following documents to play in the scramble and/or sponsor our media program.




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