41st Annual McLean County Golf Classic for St. Jude

Join WJBC for the 2020 McLean County Golf Classic for St. Jude at Crestwicke Country Club.

You will be in good company with other St. Jude supporters and friends at Crestwicke Country Club in Bloomington for a day of golf, dinner, a live auction, and silent auction!

All proceeds from this event will help ensure no family ever receives a bill for anything at St. Jude — not treatment, travel, housing, or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

41st Annual McLean County Golf Classic for St. Jude
Monday, September 21, 2020

9:45 A.M. Registration
11:00 A.M. Best Ball Format with Shotgun Start

Individual Golfer – $200
Foursome – $800

This year’s event will also include a Helicopter Ball Drop!

Purchase a golf ball (or 10) for $10 a piece and a helicopter will be dropping them on the driving range right before tee off. The closest number to the center of the target will win $750 cash! 2nd place will be $250 and 3rd place will be a restaurant package. Only 500 will be sold so get them while they last!! Sponsored by Rittenhouse Aviation. Do not need to be present to win. PURCHASE GOLF BALLS HERE

If you or your business wants to help sponsor the event CLICK HERE.

If you cannot attend, but would still like to help support the event and the life saving mission of St. Jude CLICK HERE.

If you want more information about the event CLICK HERE.

Get the latest updates at the event FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE HERE.


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