Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade is celebrating a great milestone this March: It is hosting its 50th Annual Golf Classic in Memory of â€œBebeâ€ Rebozo on Monday, March 13. Participants will engage in an enjoyable golf experience, in addition to raising funds for the Clubsâ€™ youth development programs, which are based on fostering skills in computers, education, cultural arts homework, educational assistance, and social life competencies, as well as sports and recreation.
The daylong tournament will begin with a putting contest at 11 a.m. The shotgun start immediately follows at noon. Prior to the shotgun start, Stretch Zone will be available to assist players warm up. All golfers will receive a commemorative golf shirt, umbrella, bag, towel, balls, picture, complimentary parking, green fees, cart, range balls, lunch provided by McDonalds, on-site snacks provided by Hooters, and dinner at the awards banquet and ceremony. Professional Long Driver Bobby Bradley from Charity Golf International will be on-site to raise additional funds for the organization. Golfers are encouraged to take part in activities and games throughout the day.
Immediately following the tournament, the day will conclude with an awards banquet and ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Guests will be entertained by the Miami Heat Dancers followed by a delectable buffet-style dinner, cocktails, a raffle and silent auction featuring prizes such as vacation stays and sports memorabilia. Guests are asked to adhere to the country club casual dress code.