Tee it Up At 14th Annual Long Beach Symphony Golf Classic
2011-11-14 · By Editor
Whether you’re a scratch golfer or a duffer, your support is a hole-in-one for the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra’s music education programs when you tee off at the 14th Annual Long Beach Symphony Golf Classic Auction & Dinner on Monday, December 5, 2011 at the historic, exclusive Virginia Country Club in Long Beach.
The tournament begins at 8 a.m. with registration and an open driving range, followed at 9:30 a.m. by a Golf Clinic provided by PGA professionals Mark Pfeil and Mike Miles.
Tournament Shotgun Start is 10 a.m. Contests during play include a Hole-in-One Contest for a 2011 Toyota, Closest to the Pin, Straightest Drive, Beat the Pro, and more.
A BBQ lunch and beverages will be available throughout the day. Once the rounds of golf are completed, participants will enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, opportunity drawing, a live auction, buffet dinner, and awards.
Co-Chairs are Roger Goulette and Irv Miller. Gold Sponsor for this year’s golf classic is Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
Limited registration for the golf tournament is just $500 per player and includes green fees, an electric cart, and other amenities. Various levels of sponsorships are available for teams of two or more.
Sponsors and participants in this event support the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra’s mission of providing music education programs for the greater Long Beach community and to continue as a cultural institution for the preservation of symphonic music.
To reserve a space or for more information, please call Traci Glassock at (562) 436-3203 ext. 224, or visit LBSO.org. Entry deadline is November 18
LONG BEACH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Established in 1935, the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra began its 77th season in October 2011. Led by Music Director Enrique Arturo Diemecke, each year the LBSO draws loyal audiences from the greater metro-coastal area to its six Classics concerts in the Terrace Theater, four Orchestra POPS! events in the Long Beach Arena and two Holiday Celebration concerts in the Terrace Theater. The Orchestra works with the Long Beach Unified School District to provide sequential, curriculum-based music education opportunities throughout the year. Through its comprehensive music education programs—including professional ensembles in elementary schools and the widely acclaimed Miller Foundation Symphony Concerts for Young People in the Terrace Theater—the LBSO reaches more than 25,000 students a year.