Jersey Guys III, Part Trois -Annual Golf Outing
Another Annual Golf Outing is coming around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited.
We are always excited to give back to our community, and it should come as no surprise that the Jersey Guys Golf Outing is one of our favorite ways to do it. Combining our love for fresh air and fairway with lasting community outreach, this year’s upcoming Jersey Guys III Part Trois looks to top the success of all prior years.
Partnering with the Team Eagle Foundation, NJMEP hopes to raise more money through updated rewards and prizes! Gone is the auction of last year, and in its place will be larger prizes worth more to our attendees. Beyond winning large cash prizes for the winners of our Hole-In-One and Putting Contest, participants will enjoy knowing that all proceeds from the Jersey Boy Golf Outing will go to scholarships for the young adults of New Jersey.
Date: July 20th, 2018
Time: Putting Contest (11:00 am), Golf Shotgun Start (12:00 pm), Memory Grill (5:30 pm)
Place: Minebrook Golf Club, 500 Schooley’s Mtn Road, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Price: Golf & Grill ($150 per Golfer), Grill Only ($50 per Person)
- On-Course Music: Enjoy your time on the green with some fantastic tunes.
- $25,000 Hole-In-One Prize with half going to charity
- Putting contest with a grand prize of $10,000
- New Prize Raffle
- On-Course lunch: Enjoy delicious food on the course, along with the famous Jersey Guys Water Hazard Splash Cocktail
Bob grew up and lived in Madison, NJ most of his life and became a successful IT & Hardware Engineer. His key activities outside of work included sports and the Boy Scouts of America where he spent 37-years as an adult leader helping develop programs like the Strategic Youth Mentoring Program called LEDR.
Anthony (Tony to friends) was born and raised in Hoboken but, later moved to Bergen County to raise his beloved (5) daughters with his wife, Lynn. A career in Business Development & Marketing led him to his passion at NJMEP, where he helped countless companies over his 14-years of Service.