World-class golf is coming to Williamson County later this month, and that could mean big bucks for WCS high schools.
For the second year in a row, the Nashville Golf Open will be played at the Nashville Golf & Athletic Club in Brentwood. This year’s tournament will be held June 26 through July 2. Like last year, proceeds from the event’s online ticket sales will be used to benefit WCS high schools.
“We’re thrilled to partner once again with the Williamson County high schools on our Golf Gives Back Program,” said Tour Vision Promotions President and CEO Patrick Nichol. “Fans will have the opportunity to purchase daily and weekly passes online with 100 percent of the purchase price designated to the high school of their choice.”
Last year’s tournament netted approximately $6,000 for WCS high schools. These funds can be used by the school for anything from technology needs to athletic equipment.
The NGO is one of 25 professional golf tournaments on the Web.com Tour, which features future stars of the PGA Tour. Tickets to the event are now available online. General admission tickets for single-day access cost $10 and $35 for weekly access. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to http://www.ngogolf.com/buy-tickets/.
Watch the video below to hear why PGA Tour golfers Brandt Snedeker and Ben Crane say this is a great event for the entire family.