2019 PAR Golf Tournament

Be a Sponsor

Why Play?


Natural disasters can strike anywhere. Anytime. And hit anybody.


That’s why PAR prepares now.


By participating in our golf tournament, you also participate in our disaster relief efforts.


Your contributions go directly toward:


  • buying equipment
  • maintaining tools
  • keeping our disaster relief trailers ready
  • costs for deployments
  • direct help to homeowners


Thank you for chipping in for disaster relief.


You’re making a difference!

Tournament Details


  • Friday, September 27, 2019

  • Hampton Cove (Highlands Course)

  • 450 Old Hwy 431, Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763

  • 7am Registration

  • 8am Shotgun Start

  • 4-Man Scramble

Register to Play


Includes green fee, cart fee, range balls, lunch, and door prizes


  • Single Player – $150
  • 4-Player Team – $500

Prizes and Contests


  • 1st Place
  • 2nd Place
  • 3rd Place
  • 2 Flights, Longest Drive
  • Closest to Pin
  • Great Selection of Door Prizes

Sign Up as a Sponsor


Sponsorship donations are tax deductible. All proceeds benefit disaster relief.


  • Bronze Sponsor – $100
  • Copper Sponsor – $200
  • Silver Sponsor – $1,000
  • Gold Sponsor – $2,500
  • Platinum Sponsor – $5,000
  • Titanium Sponsor – $10,000


See the many benefits of sponsorship here.

Why Sponsor the Tournament?


We are proud to tell others about your commitment to our community.


We advertise your business or ministry year-round and on tournament day. You also receive free team entries for players in the tournament.


See how to be a sponsor here.

2019 PAR Golf Tournament Video

2018 Golf Tournament


We appreciate our sponsors, players, and volunteers who made our 2018 golf tournament a great success. 


See more photos here.

2018 PAR Golf Winners

Thank you to our 2019 Golf Tournament Sponsors!


Enterprise Holdings


John Evans Real Estate logo

Harvest Baptist Church

Summit Crossing Limestone


Twickenham Church of Christ

cornerstone church

Central Assembly of God

Griffon Aerospace


Brian Bellomy State Farm