The Harbor Hills Championship Golf Course overlooks scenic Lake Griffin. It is a perfect setting for two worthy charity tournaments in September. On September 17th, the 22nd Annual Lake-Sumter State College Athletic Golf Classic takes place. The following day, Harbor Hills welcomes Habitat-Women’s Build with their “Back in the Swing Again” friendly golf outing.
Lake-Sumter State College is home to the Lakehawks. In addition to academic excellence, the college offers an array of intercollegiate athletics. Women’s beach volleyball, volleyball, softball, men’s baseball and men’s and women’s cross country are a few of the athletic offerings.
Lake Sumter State College Athletic Director Mike Matulia is excited for the annual golf classic at Harbor Hills. The event raises money for the athletic program and provides scholarships to student athletes who excel academically. “Harbor Hills does a tremendous job with the logistics and making our event special for our guests,” Matulia explains. Contact Mike at 352-323-3645 or email@example.com to participate as a sponsor or golfer!
On September 18th, Harbor Hills welcomes Habitat for Humanity – Women’s Build for their “Back in the Swing” event, hosted by the Rotary of The Villages Noon and sponsored by State Farm – Chris Semans. Chosen by Lake County as the 2020 Nonprofit of the year, Habitat Lake-Sumter has provided access to affordable housing since 1989. Women’s Build engages women in this worthy effort. “The golf tournament,” Deputy Director Danielle Stroud says, “will offer the chance to give back and support a local family in their journey to find a safe place to call home.” To sponsor or play in the “Back in the Swing event,” contact Bill Tanner at 309-826-8323 or MBILL9000@aol.com.