Please join us for a beautiful morning of golf at the Vineyards Country Club followed by lunch and the opportunity to meet some of the students involved with Taste of Immokalee.
Proceeds Will Benefit the Taste of Immokalee Internship Program
Taste of Immokalee
is a business that was created by high school students as a way to rise out of poverty, and help others in their migrant farm-working community do the same. Under the guidance of professional mentors, teens have the opportunity to learn real-world business skills as they are involved in every aspect of the business including finance, operations, customer service, sales and marketing.
Through the Taste of Immokalee program, lives are being transformed. Where once these students could only see a future laboring in the fields like generations before them, they can now see professional business careers and are equipped with the skills and experiences that today's employers are seeking. Students in the program gain business and leadership skills that not only prepare them to become first-generation college graduates, but also were crucial to attaining employment beyond college.
During this event, you'll hear directly from the students and will learn how your support is helping to transform young lives and create brighter futures.
Thank you in advance for your support!
General Admission Includes:
- Range balls
- Green fees
- Awards, including First and Second place finishers, Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin and your chance to win a 2-year lease for a 2019 Porsche Macan, thanks to our generous HOLE IN ONE sponsor, Porsche Naples. (*See Rules and Regulations below)
- Format: Shotgun Start/4 Person Team; Best Ball Scramble
SCROLL DOWN to learn more about Taste of Immokalee through the video that aired during a recent segment by PBS NewsHour.
*RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR PORSCHE HOLE IN ONE PRIZE: In order for the Participating Contestant to be eligible, the eligible contest must be either held in a tournament or shoot-out format, as defined in the SUREBET Application. Participating Applicant must guarantee the presence of witnesses, age 21 or older and not participating in the contest as follows: For prize values up to $10,000, two playing partners will be acceptable as witnesses. For prizes greater than $10,001 up to $60,000, one witness is required; $60,001 to $150,000, two witnesses are required; $150,001 -$250,000 two witnesses (one of which is a PGA certified Golf Professional) are required; greater than $250,001, two witnesses (one of which is a PGA certified Golf Professional or a Police Officer) are required as well as a continuous, unedited videotape shot from behind the green of all shots to win the prize. All witnesses must be located green-side, in full view of the green and tee at all times, and out of harm’s way. All liability for the safety of the witnesses is borne by the Participating Applicant. SUREBET is not obligated to reimburse its Participating Applicant or Contestant for a prize if a hole in one occurs without the verifiable presence of witnesses (and videotape if applicable) as specified above. All shootout contests require a continuous, unedited videotape shot from behind the green of all shots regardless of the prize value. From the point on the teeing area from which each shot is initiated to the flag stick, the eligible hole(s) must measure no less than the specified yardage on the Certificate of Coverage. Women (amateurs only) may shoot from a yardage of up to 15 yards less than the specified yardage (shoot-out formats excluded) but never less than 100 yards. Do not trust the tee markers to be set at the correct yardage. Prior to the start of the eligible contest, with assistance from the Golf Professional, set the tee markers using a range finder or the in-ground yardage markers (keeping in mind that the hole location will affect the overall yardage). SUREBET is not obligated to reimburse its Participating Applicants or Contestants for a prize, or any portion thereof, if the actual yardage of a hole in one is less than the yardage specified on the Certificate of Coverage. A “Shot” is defined as a “stroke” by the USGA Rules of Golf. In order for a shot to be eligible, it must be taken by an officially pre-registered or pre-qualified contestant whose amateur or professional status is correctly specified on the Certificate of Coverage. Only one shot per contestant per eligible hole is permitted. Practice or qualifying shots, mulligans, or substitute shots for other contestants from the specified yardage are not permitted. A contestant is an “Amateur” if they meet the USGA Rules of Amateur Status on the date of the eligible contest. A contestant that does not qualify as an “Amateur” is a “Professional.” GSG is not obligated to reimburse its Participating Applicant or Contestant for a prize if the winner’s amateur or professional status is not correctly specified on the Certificate of Coverage. A regulation (as defined by the USGA Rules of Golf) four and one-quarter (4 1/4) inch hole must be used. Only one hole (cup) may be cut in each eligible hole green without written permission from SUREBET. On nine (9) hole courses, it is conclusively presumed that the first time a hole is played it is numbered one (1) through nine (9), and the second time it is played it is numbered ten (10) through eighteen (18) and it is assumed that only the first time playing the contest hole is a contestant eligible to win a prize. SUREBET is not obligated to reimburse its Participating Applicant for a prize if a hole in one occurs on any hole not specified on the Certificate of Coverage. SUREBET will provide up to three auxiliary hole in one prizes (valued at $500 each) to be offered on non-eligible contest holes (tournament format contests only) unless noted differently on certificate of coverage. There are no yardage requirements for three auxiliary hole in one prizes. No witness is required, yet a minimum of two playing partners must verify the occurrence of a hole in one. SUREBET reserves the right to substitute auxiliary prizes of equal or greater value.