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At The Nassau Country Club

Monday, August 22nd 2022, Enjoy a relaxing day on the green while supporting a great mission! Play a game with friends and collegues. Enter in a raffle to win great prizes. Have your business or family sponsor the tournament. Come on out to have some fun and hear updates on the ministry of Long Island Youth for Christ.

Overview:

  • Topflight Golf Experience
  • The Nassau Country Club offers an extraordinary setting for memorable golf. Click HERE to view their website.
  • Modified Best Ball Format
  • Outstanding facilities and food

Golf Outing Schedule:

10:00 am – Check-In and Pre-Golf Brunch, Driving Range & Putting Green open for Practice

11:30 am –  Shotgun Start for Golf

5:00 pm –  Conclusion of Round – Post Golf Extended Cocktail Reception

6:00 pm – LIYFC presentation, Golf Awards, and Raffle Winners Announced

Food:

  • Pre-Golf Bunch/Lunch
    • Features an omelet station, french toast, breakfast meats, bagels, pastries, muffins, fresh fruit, juices and other assorted items.
  • Lunch at the Turn
    • Freshly Grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken & bratwurst, assorted salads, beer and soft drinks.
  • Post-Golf Reception
    • Two hour Open bar, passed Hors d’oeuvres, Carved Sirloin, Pasta Station, charcuterie & cheese Station.

Golf Packages

Tournament Sponsor

Eight (8) Golf Reservations, Signs of Recognition on the course, Pre-Golf Brunch, Lunch on the course, Post-Golf Extended Cocktail reception, Listing in YFC Program & All golfer gifts and benefits. Registration: $5,000 (2 Available)*

Cart Sponsor

Four (4) Golf Reservations, Signs of Recognition on all carts, Pre-Golf Brunch, Lunch on the course,Post-Golf Extended Cocktail Reception, Listing in YFC Program & All golfer gifts and benefits. Registration: $3,500 (1 Available)*

Lunch at the Turn Sponsor

Four (4) Golf Reservations, Signs of Recognition at Lunch, Pre-Golf Brunch, Lunch on the course, Post-Golf Extended Cocktail Reception, Listing in YFC Program & All golfer gifts and benefits. Registration: $3,000 (2 Available)*

Golf Sponsorships

Silver Hole Sponsor

Four (4) Golf Reservations, Signs of Recognition at one tee, Pre-Golf Brunch, Lunch on the course, Post-Golf Extended Cocktail Reception, Listing in YFC Program & All golfer gifts and benefits. Registration: $2,200 (12 Available)*

Longest Drive Sponsor

Sign of Recognition at hole & Listing in the YFC Program. Registration: $1,000 (1 Available)

Closest to the Pin/Line Sponsor

Signs of Recognition at hole & Listing in YFC Program Registration: $1,000 (2 Available)

Tee Box Hole Sponsor

Signs of Recognition at the tee box & Listing in YFC Program Registration: $300

Prize Sponsor

Signs of Recognition at the Prizes Table & Listing in YFC Program Registration: $250

Player Registration

Foursome of Golfers

Four (4) Golf Reservations, Pre-Golf Brunch, Lunch on the course, Post-Golf Extended Cocktail Reception, & all Golfer Gifts and benefits. Registration: $2,000*

Individual Golfers

One (1) Golf Reservation, Pre-Golf Brunch, Lunch on the course, Post-Golf Extended Cocktail Reception, & all Golfer Gifts and benefits. Registration: $500*

LI YFC is pleased to offer a “Cocktail Reception only” for guests of Golfers

Dinner Guest Option

Dinner Guest Option

If you would like to have a guest(s) join you after golf at our Extended Cocktail Reception at 5pm. All “Cocktail Reception Guests will enjoy the Post-Golf Extended Cocktail Reception and awards presentation, participation in Raffles and Prizes. $100 Per Person

ABOUT YOUR TAX DEDUCTION: *In accordance with IRS regulations, $280 of the entry fee per golfer is not tax-deductible. **In accordance with IRS regulations $50 of the Dinner Guest Cost is not tax-deductible. Donations in addition to the cost per golfer or dinner guest are deductible as charitable contributions to the extent permitted by law. **YFC is a 501(c )(3) tax-exempt organization. A copy of our latest annual report may be obtained, upon request, from LIYFC or the New York State Attorney General’s Charity Bureau, Attn: FOIL Officer, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.

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History of the Nassau Country Club

Incorporated in 1896, Nassau Country Club was one of the original 50 founding members of the USGA. Nassau was founded by the leading citizens and industries of its day, establishing one of the finest golf courses at that time. Seth Raynor was hired in 1914 to make extensive renovations for the US Women’s Amateur Championship. One hundred years later, in 2014, Nassau hosted the Women’s Amateur again celebrating a centennial marque tournament.

The most famous golf club of them all, Bobby Jones’s “Calamity Jane” putter originated at Nassau. A great many articles and stories have been printed on the origin of this club in any number of golf magazines and histories of golf. After a practice round at Nassau, Bobby Jones was lamenting about his poor putting to Nassau professional Jim Maiden. Maiden retrieved an old Tom Stewart blade putter with a little more loft from his shop and Jones began making “six footers” with ease. Maiden named the putter “Calamity Jane” for “what greater calamity can befall a golfer than a short putt missed and what greater averter of a calamity could there be than a long putt holed.” Jones would go on to capture 13 major championships as well as the Grand Slam in 1930. The original golf shop, which now serves as our halfway house is named “The Calamity Jane House,” in honor of Bobby Jones and his famous putter, perhaps the most famous golf club of all time.

Let’s play a “Nassau”. This phrase, used by golfers throughout the world, originated at Nassau around the turn of the century. In those days interclub matches were common. Embarrassed by the reporting of the local newspapers that they were defeated in a match 7 & 6, Nassau member, J.B. Coles Tappan came up with a scoring system whereby a point would be awarded for the first nine holes, one for the back nine and one for the entire match. With this system, a golfer who got off to a bad start could find his game and still win a point for his team.

Nassau will also be the host of the 2025 Junior Ryder Cup Tournament…the same month as the Ryder Cup at Bethpage Black course.