Patriot Golf Day Shootout
Join us for the 12th Annual Patriot Golf Day Shootout, an event that raises funds for the Folds of Honor Foundation, a charity that provides scholarships to families of the fallen or wounded.
In addition to great golf and great food, we pay tribute to those who have served and are serving and you are guaranteed to leave inspired.
- unlimited Golf
- 3 nights lodging
- opening ceremony and concert
- 2 lunches, 1 memorable dinner
- countless acts of patriotism
How to Enter:
Active / Retired Military - choose your financial commitment level:
- Raise $500 - for Entry Fee & 1 Lodging Room (for 3 nights for your 2-person team, based on one team sharing a room)
- Raise $750 for Entry Fee & 2 Lodging Rooms (for 3 nights for your 2-person team, based on one team NOT sharing a room)
Public / Non-Military - choose your financial commitment level:
- Raise $1,000 - for Entry Fee & 1 Lodging Room (for 3 nights for your 2-person team, based on one team sharing a room)
- Raise $1,250 for Entry Fee & 2 Lodging Rooms (for 3 nights for your 2-person team, based on one team NOT sharing a room)
Once you register for the event, donations can be made by cash, check, money order, or through the online donation tracker to reach your commitment. (You are also able to donate to your own financial commitment).
Threetops, Smith Signature and Fazio Premier
The most patriotic weekend of golf that you’ll ever experience. Several Events within one with the resort decked out to celebrate God and Country. Here’s a rundown and explanation of the golf events:
- Thursday, Sept. 3
- Practice Rounds Available
- Friday, Sept. 4
- Patriot's Shootout Qualifier (AM) - Open to Active Duty, Veterans and Civilians. Play 9 holes on Threetops to try and qualify for the afternoon's Patriot’s Shootout.
- Patriot’s Shootout (NOON) – A total of 3 flights play Threetops in a horserace format. The field is set based on the results of Thursday nights qualifying rounds.
- Saturday, Sept. 5
- Brock Bucklin Cup – Day 1 of match play matches in a two person team format on the Signature course in a Scramble Format in an effort to win the coveted Brock Bucklin Cup
- Sunday, Sept. 6
- Brock Bucklin Cup – The conclusion of the Brock Bucklin Cup with fourball matches on the Fazio Premier
- Thursday, Sept. 3
Treetops is monitoring governmental mandates and CDC guidelines to determine whether we can safely run this event/program as scheduled. At this time, running it as planned is what we’re hoping to do. We will communicate any changes to the schedule if it becomes evident that postponement is necessary.
Select a Date
This event is donation based. Requirement to participate starts with you raising a minimum of $500 for Folds of Honor Foundation.
What is Patriot Golf Day?
Since 2007, the Folds of Honor has provided educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.
Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.
Returning home from his second tour of duty in Iraq, Major Dan Rooney, an F-16 fighter pilot in the Oklahoma Air National Guard, became painfully aware of the reality families face when a loved one in uniform is fallen or disabled.
As his flight landed, the pilot announced they carried the remains of Corporal Brock Bucklin on board, asking all passengers to respectfully remain seated while his casket deboarded.
Major Rooney watched as Corporal Bucklin’s twin brother walked somberly alongside the flag-covered casket to meet his family. Among them was the deceased Corporal’s young son, Jacob. Major Rooney ached as he thought of his own wife and little girls. Seeing the other side of war through the eyes of Jacob, was life-altering.
Sadly, over half the passengers had disregarded the pilot’s request and deboarded. Major Rooney decided he had to do something. Not only would he pay tribute to American service-members and their families, he would live as a reminder among civilians that it is our duty to honor the sacrifices of those who preserve the freedoms we so easily take for granted.
Major Rooney committed to spend his life changing the future of America’s grieving spouses and children. In 2007, he formed the Folds of Honor Foundation; a 501C-3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational scholarships to the families of these heroic Americans.
(Copy thanks to https://www.foldsofhonor.org/patriotgolfday/)