There will be a golf tournament held Monday at The Ford Plantation, to benefit Landings Military Family Relief fund.
The fund benefits the families of soldiers stationed in the coastal area serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The tournament will be a scramble format and held on the acclaimed Pete Dye course on the Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill. The event is open to the public and will kick-off with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.
Tickets for the tournament are $175 per person or $600 for a team of four. Please contact Dick Miller at (912) 598-5049 to purchase tickets.
About Ford Plantation:
One of the nation’s leading luxury communities and private sporting clubs, Ford Plantation features 400 home sites nestled on 1,800 breathtaking acres.
Located on the site of a former antebellum rice plantation, this majestic waterfront location once captivated the imagination of automobile magnate Henry Ford, who built a historic winter retreat on this lush property in the 1930s.
Today, this private sporting community features a challenging Pete Dye golf course, an on-site day spa, a deepwater marina, world-class equestrian center and state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as more than 10 miles of scenic horse, biking and hiking trails.
Town & Country magazine named The Ford Plantation one of the top seven safe havens in the country, recognizing enclaves that offer an outstanding quality of life and exceptional amenities. Travel and Leisure Golf has honored the community as one of the nation’s “Top 100 Golf Communities” for three consecutive years.
For more information about The Ford Plantation, visit www.FordPlantation.com online or call (912) 756-5666.