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NETC hosts annual Trailblazer Golf Tournament

Bring your clubs and A-game when Northeastern Technical College's golf tournament returns in spring.

The Third Annual NETC Trailblazer Golf Tournament 1 p.m. April 19 at Marlboro County Golf and Recreational Complex. Space is limited to the first 20 teams.

The Trailblazer Tournament is a 4-player Captain's Choice tournament – a $400 entry fee per team includes golfing, lunch, and beverages on the court.

Prizes will be awarded to the longest drive, closest to pin on all Par 3s, and door prizes. A putting contest starts 11 a.m. prior to the tournament's start.

NETC Mulligan Packages are available at $20 per player that includes one mulligan and one option to hit from the red tees from any hole excluding Par 3s and Longest Drive hole.

Sponsorship opportunities are available with proceeds from the tournament dedicated to NETC's athletic department.

"We are thrilled to be hosting this fundraising event to support our athletics program," said NETC President Dr. Kyle Wagner. "Our athletics program is an essential part of the college experience for our students, and the funds raised from the tournament will help us to continue providing high-quality sports facilities and equipment for them."

As a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), NETC offers students the opportunity to compete in several sports, including men's and women's golf, men's and women's cross country, and Esports.

The college takes pride in its athletics program, which provides students with valuable experiences and opportunities to develop essential life skills such as leadership, teamwork, and time management, Wagner said.

The golf tournament is an opportunity for individuals and organizations to support NETC's athletics program while enjoying a day of golf at one of the most scenic courses in the state. The event is open to all levels of golfers, from beginners to experienced players – last year, 56 golfers among 14 teams competed in the Trailblazer Tournament.

Registration for the event is now open and interested parties can visit the college's website for more information on how to participate, sponsor, or donate.

For more information about the NETC Trailblazers Golf Tournament, call NETC Athletics Director Tylor Nolan at 800.921.7399 or visit online at

NETC Trailblazer Golf Tournament

WHEN: 1 p.m. Friday April 19

WHERE: Marlboro County Golf and Recreational Complex, 404 Country Club Dr., Bennettsville, S.C.

WHAT: Team Fees $400 include golfing, lunch, and beverages on the course. Prizes for longest drive and closest to the pin on all Par 3s. Door prizes awarded. Players can purchase for $20 one mulligan and one hit from the red tees. For more information, call Director Tyler Nolan 800.921.7399 or visit

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