JONESBORO, Ark. (5/24/23) – The 24th Annual Arkansas State University Sports Medicine Golf Scramble is set for Monday, June 26, at the Jonesboro Country Club, and registration is currently open for the event directly benefitting the Red Wolves’ student-athletes through the Athletics Department’s sports medicine and athletic training program.
The tournament proceeds provide therapeutic and rehabilitation equipment necessary in caring for injured A-State student-athletes, as well as quality clinical experiences for sports medicine students. Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions.
The cost for this year’s event is $85 per individual or $340 for a four-person team entry, and both include golf, a golf cart(s) and lunch.
Multiple sponsorship packages are available for the scramble, including the “Major Sponsor” option for $1,000 that provides entry fee for four players, prominent signage on both a tee and green, and a banner placed in the clubhouse. The “Corporate Sponsor” package is $500, which covers the entry fee for four players and two signs on a tee and/or green. Tee or green sponsorships are also available for $100 each.
Registration forms should be mailed to: Ron Carroll, P.O. Box 1000, State University, AR 72467. An awards presentation will be held immediately following the conclusion of the scramble with prizes awarded to the top three teams. Several specialty prizes will also be awarded for specific holes.
For more information and/or questions pertaining to the 2023 A-State Sports Medicine Golf Scramble, please contact A-State Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine Ron Carroll at 870-243-4705.
The Jonesboro Country Club (JCC) is located at 1408 E. Nettleton Ave. in Jonesboro, and please visit their web site at www.jcclub.com for additional information.
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