How to support the PCCC’s Ozarks-area charities

Here’s your chance to help a great cause – or 43 causes, to be exact.

The Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, a powerhouse for Ozarks-area children’s charities, continues to seek sponsorships, fill pro-am team spots and much more as the calendar barrels toward August.

The tournament, part of the PGA’s Web.com Tour and set for August 11-14 at Highland Springs Country Club, will benefit 43 Ozarks-area children’s charities this year. The tournament continues to gain momentum as the community throws its support behind the effort. Here’s how:

Skyboxes on the 9th and 18th greens

Skyboxes

Businesses can entertain clients from the comfort of covered seating at Highland Springs Country Club. Your group receives numerous badges to the skybox as well as tickets to the Jackson Brothers of the South Ozarks Club VIP tent, where great food and beverages await.

On-course sponsorships

Get your business logo in front of the eyes of thousands. The PCCC will display banners throughout the course, including on the high-traffic bridges on holes Nos. 9 and 18. Or advertise in the daily newsletter, the website or set up in the vendor’s village to market your company.

Win a Corvette Stingray

Win this new Corvette Stingray in The Ultimate
Win this new Corvette Stingray in The Ultimate

In The Ultimate presented by Custom Metalcraft and Ridewell Suspensions, each participant has a 1-in-100 chance to win a brand new Corvette Stingray, and a 1-in-10 chance to win other great prizes. Other perks include dinner on Aug. 5 at Highland Springs, air-conditioned and covered seating on the 18th green, Sunday brunch as well as VIP and parking passes to the tournament and more.

Price Cutter Pro-Am

PCCC Pro-Am-collage

The Price Cutter Pro-Am, once played by current PGA Tour standouts Bubba Watson and Brandt Snedeker, has one team spot available for Aug. 10.

Pro-Ams at LedgeStone, Hickory Hills, Millwood & Buffalo Ridge:

Play where Payne Stewart once played by signing up for the Mercy Pro-Am at Hickory HIlls.
Play where Payne Stewart once played by signing up for the Mercy Pro-Am at Hickory HIlls.

The tournament also has team spots available in the Mercy Pro-Am on Aug. 8 at Hickory Hills Country Club; SRC Pro-Am on Aug. 8 at Highland Springs Country Club; and the Betty Allison’s Women’s Pro-Am at Millwood Golf & Racquet Club. The Ashley HomeStore Pro-Am also has two rounds on Aug. 15 at Millwood, and the Bryan Properties Nighttime Classic – also at Millwood, set for Aug. 3 – has an opening. Breakfast, lunch, carts, a great golfer gift package, on-course beverages and snacks are included along with a team photo with a pro.

Women’s Clinic & Fashion Show

Poster-Women's Golf Clinic partial

The annual Michele Kiser Women’s Golf Clinic and Fashion Show presented by Advertising Plus is Aug. 1 at Highland Springs Country Club. It begins at 10 a.m. with a golf clinic, followed by a lunch and fashion show featuring fashions from Uptown Boutique and Academy Sports. It’s $30 a person, or $250 for a table of 10.

Junior Pro-Am

Junior Pro-Am collage

The Betty & Bobby Allison’s Junior Pro-Am, set for Aug. 5 at Rivercut Golf Course, has team openings. Local businesses can sponsor a team, which is $300. Each player receives a golfer gift package, doughnut-and-bagel breakfast, lunch, and team photo with the pro. Trophies will be awarded to middle school and high school teams.

For $25, win a Ford F-150 or $10,000

Win this truck or $10,000 in the TLC Properties Charity Sweepstakes, with a $25 buy-in.
Win this truck or $10,000 in the TLC Properties Charity Sweepstakes, with a $25 buy-in.

In the TLC Properties Charity Sweepstakes, a $25 ticket enters the ticket-buyer into a drawing for a 2016 Ford F-150 XLT or $10,000. You also will have a 1-in-16 chance to win any of 500 daily prizes during the tournament from Aug. 11-14.

To support this great cause, contact the PCCC at 417-887-3400. Also be sure to visit the website at pricecuttercc.org for a full schedule, events schedule and other sponsorship opportunities. The pros play Aug. 11-14 at Highland Springs Country Club.