Saturday, February 22, 2014 • 11 a.m.
Registration 11 a.m.
Format: 4 person scrample
Cocktails 6 p.m. • Dinner 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Brunch 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Download the flyer! (pdf 600k)
Monday, February 24, 2014 • 11 a.m.
Bagpipe Opening Ceremony 10 a.m.
PLAY THE COURSE THE WAY IT WAS MEANT TO BE PLAYED
The historic Temple Terrace Golf course, designed by renowned course architect Tom Bendelow, remains true to its original design. Here’s your chance to play it with authentic era clubs and balls, and enjoy it as course pro and US Open champion “Long” Jim Barnes would have in the 1920s.
CELEBRATE THE ORIGINS OF GOLF AS A PLAYER AND A SPONSOR
Enjoy golf as it was played in the early years of the sport in America and support a good cause at the same time! While sponsorship opportunities are available for both tournaments, all proceeds will go toward the efforts of the Temple Terrace Preservation Society and the Florida Hickory Golfers.
All Brassie, Baffy, Cleek and Mashie sponsorship levels will include exposure on all signage, ad space in the Temple Terrace Hickory Heritage Weekend program and hole sponsor signs that will be used throughout both tournaments the entire weekend.
Download the Sponsorship & Registration Brochure here! (pdf 940k)
Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club is located at 200 Inverness Ave., Temple Terrace FL 33617
(813) 988-1791 templeterracegolf.com (map)
UNITED STATES PROFESSIONAL
HICKORY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP HONORS
JOHN SHIPPEN – AMERICA'S
FIRST GOLF PROFESSIONAL
John Matthew Shippen, Jr. was an African American/Native American golfer who competed in several early U.S. Opens. Tournament director Mike Stevens believes that “in creating a tournament to remember the game as it was first played, what better tribute than to honor the man considered to be the first American Golf Professional.”
Help play a significant role in the future of Temple Terrace like these early civic leaders.
The Temple Terrace Preservation Society, Inc. was founded in 1975, the 50th anniversary of the City, to preserve and protect the architectural and historical heritage of the City of Temple Terrace through advocacy, education and community involvement. We work very hard to earn funds for our community projects through fund-raising events and product sales. Private support - through membership fees, donations and gifts - makes a critical difference in the Society’s ability to be an effective steward of the historic legacy and educational endeavors for the City of Temple Terrace. See how you can help. Visit us at www.TempleTerracePreservation.com.