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Nonprofit RB Golf Club hosting charity 'touchless' golf tournament for Groh Foundation

RB Golf Club hosting charity ‘touchless’ golf tournament for Groh Foundation

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RB Golf Club & Resort will host a charity “touchless” golf tournament benefiting the Joseph Groh Foundation on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, the club said in a news release.

The Joseph Groh Foundation serves to provide financial assistance and helpful information to those suffering from life-altering disabilities. Founder Joseph Groh wanted to make sure that everything about the tournament was safe for attendees, and is working with RB to provide a truly “touchless” experience.”

“Even as daily life is disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis, the people we help through the Joseph Groh Foundation still need our support,” Groh said. “We had to find creative ways to raise money during a pandemic. That’s how we came up with the idea of a ‘Touchless Tournament.’ Thanks to the team at RB Golf Club & Resort, we’re able to accomplish our foundation goals and keep our supporters safe.”

The touchless tournament will serve as a qualifying event for the $10,000 RB Golf Club & Resort Invitational. Teams of three and four are allowed. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the tournament will begin at 9 a.m.

To sign your team up for the tournament, visit https://rbgolf.com/rbcharity10

The following policies will be in effect as COVID-19 precautions:

  • Registration will be handled completely online.
  • Shamble format utilized to assist with golfer separation
  • One golf cart per household, or per golfer if desired
  • Masks required in all indoor spaces at the golf course
  • No group meals or gatherings at tournament, either indoors or outdoors
  • Reduced public touch points throughout course, including no flag removal
  • All public touch points throughout the facility are regularly sanitized, including golf carts, restrooms, restaurant and the Pro shop
  • Outdoor dining tables and chairs available
  • Lunch will be provided at the turn, so as to minimize golfer congregation RB Golf Course will follow all county and state mandates re-virus

The tournament is part of the RB Charity 10, 10 tournaments benefiting various charities. The first and second place winners from all 10 will be invited to compete for $10,000 at the RB Golf Club & Resort Invitational in October.

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