By Julie Murdock for The Island Connection
Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary is set to host its annual Putting for Paws golf tournament fundraiser on Monday, April 1 on Crooked Oaks Golf Course at the Seabrook Island Club. Players are invited to participate in an 18-hole shotgun scramble tournament including on-course contests and awards. Following the tournament players will be treated to a banquet lunch and the presentation of contest and raffle awards, in the Atlantic Room of the Seabrook Island Club.
Players may register foursomes, twosomes or single players who will be grouped into a foursome. Registration includes 18 holes with a cart, tee gifts, range balls, and on-course contests and awards. Registration is $600 per 4-person team or $200 per individual. Hallie Hill is also seeking sponsors who will enjoy exposure throughout the tournament, pre-promotion and online exposure and complimentary participation at some levels of sponsorship.
“Our golf tournament is a fun way to enjoy the gift of giving, providing needed resources for animals who need our help,” says Hallie Hill Board Member, Harvey Loew. “This year’s tournament is hosted at the Seabrook Island Crooked Oaks course which is both picturesque and challenging. Should make for a great day.”
All funds raised will support the 501c3 animal sanctuary whose mission is to rescue and care for abandoned, abused or neglected animals who have no other home or shelter. An integral factor in Charleston becoming a no-kill community, Hallie Hill provides respite and rehabilitation for dogs and cats preparing them for adoption, and provides a loving forever home to those animals who are unable to be adopted.