Toyota Returns as Sponsor for 17th Annual Morrison Golf Classic

August 26th at Falmouth Country Club to benefit Urban Golf Academy
Falmouth Country Club hosts the 17th annual Morrison Golf Classic

The Morrison Golf Classic benefiting the Urban Golf Academy returns to Cape Cod for its 17th annual golf tournament, sponsored by 4-time-title-sponsor Toyota North America. The tournament will be held at Falmouth Country Club on Cape Cod on August 26, 2017. The event will raise money for the Urban Golf Academy, a Boston-based nonprofit dedicated to shaping the lives of African-American youth by introducing them to values inherent in the game of golf, like integrity, respect, and perseverance. A portion of the proceeds raised at the Morrison Golf Classic will be donated to the nonprofit.

It will be a fun-filled weekend of golf, food, live music, yoga class and special guests. Guests will also be able to interact with the Toyota vehicles on display at the golf course.

Saturday, August 26, 2017 – 7:30am golf tournament, 2pm white party

Falmouth Country Club | 630 Carriage Shop Road | Falmouth, MA  02536

Keynote Speaker: Harriette Cole, TV personality, author, life stylist, and creator of the creator of the critically-acclaimed DREAMLEAPERS™ an educational initiative (a series of engagements designed to help people access and activate their dreams).

Sunday, August 27, 2017 – 12pm to 3pm

Activities: Yoga class taught by Linda Wellness Warrior, catered brunch and film screening at Zion Union Heritage Museum

Location: Zion Union Heritage Museum | 276 North Street | Hyannis, MA 02601

Tickets are on sale now via Eventbrite:

https://morrisongolfclassic2017.eventbrite.com

About The Morrison Golf Classic

The Morrison Golf Classic, started by Boston-based couple George and Janet Morrison in the year 2000, offers attendees the opportunity to fellowship, support a worthy nonprofit, experience Toyota vehicles and learn more about African-Americans who have contributed to the game of golf. 


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