Golfers prepare to hit the links in the upcoming run to benefit Huntsville City Schools students

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – An upcoming golf tournament will benefit students of all ages.

Partners for Athletes and Leaders in Schools (PALS) provides resources, such as equipment and uniforms, to sports teams and groups at schools in the city of Huntsville. They say these types of activities are important for students, emphasizing that they help develop leadership and teach other valuable life lessons.

PALS Chairman of the Board, Bryan Dingo, saw firsthand how expensive such activities could be when his own children were playing college and high school track and field.

With school budgets stretched, he and others in the business community came together in 2011 to form PALS, a 501 (c3) nonprofit organization. To date, PALS has donated over $100,000 to various programs at schools in the city of Huntsville.

This year, PALS is hosting its second annual Golf Scramble, presented by Landers McLarty Subaru. All proceeds will go to school programs for the benefit of students.

However, more tournament teams are needed and sponsorships are still available. The cost for a team is $500, which includes lunch, carts, entry fees, and eligibility for contests and prizes. The tournament will take place at Huntsville Country Club on September 26, with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. To learn more about PALS or to register for the golf tournament, click on this link.


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