Texas Tee Charity Golf Tournament Benefits The First Tee of Greater Houston at Quail Valley

The tournament committee for the Texas Tee Charity Tournament, set for Saturday, September 17th at the Quail Valley El Dorado course, is opening this year’s event to men as well as women golfers, with a new open division in addition to the women’s division.  The tournament format is a four-person scramble.

“Our goal is to really ramp up the proceeds for the Quail Valley facility that positively impacts the lives of thousands of students in the Fort Bend area,” said Viki Gregory, tournament co-chair. “There are many opportunities to be a tournament sponsor or to donate for the raffle or the silent auction. Being a Texas Tee sponsor provides unique visibility for supporting the local arm of a highly respected program.”

Through The First Tee of Greater Houston at Quail Valley, local kids ages seven to 18 learn core character traits, healthy habits and the basics of the game of golf. The First Tee is a worldwide youth development program that uses golf as a mechanism to help youngsters understand and implement the Nine Core Values – honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgment – plus the Nine Healthy Habits – energy, play, safety, vision, mind, family, friends, school and community.

Fees for the Texas Tee Charity Tournament are $125 per person or $500 for a team and include cart, range, balls, lunch and dinner. After play, evening activities include live entertainment, raffle  and silent and live auctions.

For more information about sponsorships, email texasteeqv@gmail.com or call 281-832-9080.