Terry Hills Golf Course
5122 Clinton Street Rd.
Batavia, NY 14020
October 2, 2021
NYSDA Golf Tournament 2021
Dan Morphet, a retired Monroe County deputy and owner of Golf The Carolinas, has run the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Golf Classic for over 20 years. In support of this event, numerous satellite events are held throughout the country. NYSDA is teaming up with the national tournament for our 2021 golf tournament. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit NYSDA and its scholarship funds, and a donation will be made to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial fund.
This year's tournament will be held at the Terry Hills Golf Course in Batavia, NY - located between Buffalo and Rochester. Terry Hills is a 4-Star, 27 hole public golf course that consistently ranks as one of the top five public golf courses in Western New York. New York Golf Magazine labeled it as "first class golf with a friendly down-to-earth atmosphere.
The 22nd Annual National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Golf Classic will be held in Myrtle Beach, SC from October 31-November 4, 2021. This multi-day event includes a practice round and three tournament rounds. Registration is open until August 1, 2021 (or when all 288 spots fill). The tournament will be played at four courses: Grande Dunes; Wild Wing Aovcet, World Tour and Pine Lakes. Participants can choose to make their own lodging accommodations or select a package that includes lodging at the Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark.
Get information on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Golf Classic at www.nleomgc.com.
NYSDA's 2021 Golf Tournament
Saturday October 2, 2021
Cost: $125.00 per person, $500.00 per foursome
Early Bird Registration: $110.00/$440.00 payment by July 30, 2021
Registration: 12:00 pm
Shotgun Start: 1:00 pm
Includes: Greens fees, cart, lunch, beer & pop, dinner, awards & prizes.
Tee or Green: $100.00
Cart Sponsor: $200.00
Deputy: $575.00 (Tee sign & 1 foursome)
Sheriff: $675.00 (Tee sign, Green sign & 1 foursome)
Proceeds support NYS Deputies Association, its scholarship fund, and the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.