Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas will hold its 16th Annual RMHCC Golf Classic March 29 at the Preserve at Verdae.
“Last year was a year filled with uncertainty for all of us,” said Marti Spencer, executive director and CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas. “Our families were drastically challenged by not only navigating a worldwide pandemic, but also dealing with a very sick child. Our funding was significantly impacted due to COVID-19. We are looking forward to being able to host our donors and supporters for a day on the course in support of keeping families close.”
Participants in this year’s tournament will be required to wear masks and will see extra sanitation provided throughout the day as well as a socially distanced check-in.
Golfers are also invited for breakfast prior to the tee off at 10 a.m. and an outdoor, socially distanced barbecue lunch after golfing.
In addition, RMHCC will host a Pairings Party the evening of March 28 at TopGolf Greenville. Attendees will see a presentation of the nonprofit’s mission and have an opportunity to practice their swings while they enjoying heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks.