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2021 Amy Elizabeth Disney Memorial Golf Tournament
September 3, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm
View the Updated 2020 Golf Brochure
As it is the week of the Kentucky Derby, we decided to have a “Run for the Roses” theme, so hold onto your hats for a fun day!
It will be held at Greensboro National Golf Club in Summerfield, N.C. The event will begin with lunch at noon. The course is user friendly, yet challenging. The “18-hole Four Person Captain’s Choice” tournament gets underway at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start. Range balls will be available.
Players receive green fees and a cart, lunch, dinner beer, and a goodie bag. Prizes are awarded to the top two teams in two flights. In addition, every player will have the opportunity to win closest-to-the-pin and longest drive. There will also be a putting contest. (1st Prize Flight 1: $100 / player & golf package; 1st Prize flight 2: $50 / player & golf package; 2nd Prize for both flights: golf package)
The tournament is usually a part of the Spring Swing, however we canceled our Rose Gala this year due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Golf Team Package
♦ Access to the VIP tent
♦ Concierge Service
♦ 4 Entry Fees for golf tournament (incl. lunch and dinner)
♦ COST: $850
History of the Amy Elizabeth Disney Memorial Golf Tournament
Seventeen years ago, Room At The Inn started a search for a home for the graduates of its maternity home
program who were seeking higher education and striving toward self-sufficiency.
Providence provided an old duplex next door to the Room At The Inn’s Nussbaum Maternity Home. An
opportunity arose to present a request for renovation help to the Greater Greensboro Builder’s Association.
The project “Amy’s House” was quickly adopted by the GGBA’s Remodelers Council in May of 2005. After
a year and a half of gifted labor by the Remodelers Council, Amy’s House was dedicated, and the Remodelers
Council received the state Star Award and the National Cadre Award for service to their community.
Funds from the golf tournament help pay down the mortgage and maintain the home; funds will also provide
aftercare services and scholarships to young women in the Supportive Community Living Program and their
children for housing, education, job training, and child care.