May 20th, 2019
The 2019 Stroke Reduction will take place on Monday, May 20th, at Thousand Oaks Golf Club.
The event begins with a Game Improvement Clinic to help reduce strokes in your golf game. Since it is early in the golf season, the clinic will give you an excellent start to your year of golf.
After the round we will serve a strolling dinner and hand out awards and prizes. Don't miss your chance to win some incredible prizes in our Live Auction and Raffle.
Schedule of Events
At Thousand Oaks Golf Club:
|Registration & Driving Range Open||10:30 AM - 1:00 PM|
|Game Improvement Clinic||12:00 - 1:00 PM|
|Shotgun Start||1:00 PM|
|Cash Bar Open, Live Auction and Raffle||4:30 to 6:00 PM|
|Strolling Dinner, Awards and Prizes||6:00 - 7:00 PM|
Game Improvement Clinic
Mike Bender, a Golf Digest Top 5 Instructor and coach to Masters and British Open Champion Zach Johnson, as well as other PGA and LPGA players, will be offering Long Ball Clinics this year. Take advantage of learning from the best and get a jump on your game for the 2019 season.
During the strolling dinner, a live auction will be conducted. The featured items include a two-night stay plus golf for four people at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Sarasota and the Ritz Carlton Member’s Club, Bradenton, FL. Past Live Auction items have included rounds of golf at TPC Sawgrass, a Stay and Play package at French Lick Resort, Chicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers tickets and various other items.
Check back here for updates on this year's great prizes!
Thousand Oaks Country Club
4100 Thousand Oaks Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 4952
Register for the 2019 SRGC online. Visit our registration page and sign up today!
The SRGC would not be possible without our generous sponsors that support this great cause. Click here to learn about opportunities to sponsor the Stroke Reduction Golf Classic. Contact Steve Field at email@example.com to learn more.
The Stroke Reduction Golf Classic supports the Spectrum Health Foundation, and specifically the Spectrum Health Stroke Prevention Team, seeking to raise awareness of Stroke and improve outcomes for Stroke patients. Visit their website to learn more about the impact the Spectrum Health Foundation is making.