Month: November 2013
We the members of the Classic City Golfers Assoc. are thankful to God for the blessing he has blessed us with. To whom much is given much is required. We are glad to give back to our brothers and sisters, who don’t have food for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Thank you God for Golfers for their giving and the radio stations WXAG 1470AM and lady B. For your efforts and support.
Classic City Golfers Association and radio station AM 1470 WXAG, Athens, Ga. have teamed up to giveaway Thanksgiving Turkey’s to needy families on the Lady B. Morning Show. The giveaway will start on Monday, 11/25/2013 at 6:00 am ET.
Classic City Golf Association has opened enrollment for membership for the 2014 year. The qualifications are any individual with a genuine interest in the game of golf, supports community service, completes the application for membership, actively supports the club on a regular basis and pays the appropriate annual fee shall be eligible.
CCGA is to provide an excellent golf experience while promoting fellowship and camaraderie among its member. While promoting the game of golf for the pleasure of its members is important, being a responsible member of the community shall also have high priority. The CCGA will strive to raise funds and support selected non-profit organizations that provide various support services to youths and needy citizens within the Athens area.
So, the question is how can, I become a member of CCGA. A membership application form can be found under the Membership Application link on the home page. For more information you can contact CCGA via email at info@ClassicCityGolfAssociation.com
Kenneth Merritt is Classic City Golf Association newest member. It is a pleasure to have Kenneth as a part of our organization and we are looking forward to working and playing golf with him.
Calvin Peete is an American professional golfer. He was the most successful African-American on the PGA Tour, with 12 wins, before the emergence of Tiger Woods.
Mr. Pete made his appearance at “The Love Tournament” in Daytona Beach, Fl., where over 150 African American Golfers participated. Mr. Pete and Classic City Golf Association’s, President, Charles Owens (on right), had the opportunity to exchange their experiences as African American golfers of today.