Pace Athletics Golf Classic 2019
Don’t putt around! Join Pace Athletics for the 22nd Annual Pace Athletics Golf Classic on September 16 at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison, NY.
Mark your calendars and clean those golf clubs! The 22nd Annual Pace Athletics Golf Classic will take place on Monday, September 16.
For the seventh year in a row, the event will be held at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison, NY. Willow Ridge provides a fun and challenging round for golfers of any skill set—along with a magnificent clubhouse that overlooks beautiful Westchester County.
The Pace Athletics Golf Classic is an annual opportunity for alumni and friends to enhance, support, and encourage the academic and athletic growth of our student-athletes. Proceeds from the event will be used to improve the student-athlete experience, initiate facility improvements and build for the future of Pace University Athletics.
To register for the 2019 Golf Classic, visit the registration page.
For those that are unable to join for a full round of golf but would still like to be a part of the day, please join the Pace Community for dinner and awards beginning at 5:00 p.m. The cost of the dinner is $110, which includes food and drinks on the terrace as the golfers finish their round on the course.
Awards, recognition, and prizes will conclude this special event. For any additional questions and information, please view the event brochure, email Drew Brown, Associate Athletics Director/External Operations, or call at (914) 773-3271.
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