Forsgate Country Club To Host Inaugural Salvation Army Golf Tournament

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MONROE – On Sept. 27, Forsgate Country Club will be the site of the inaugural Salvation Army Golf Outing to benefit Salvation Army programs in New Jersey. With its historic clubhouse, state-of-the-art sports complex, fitness and aquatic center, this event is open to the general public, beginning at 11 a.m. for registration. In addition to offering “do-overs” with mulligans, there will be awards and a silent auction of golf foursomes and other great items.

Sponsors are welcome and will be listed on event sponsor board and in event programs as well as recognition in the Salvation Army’s New Jersey Division publications. They range from $250 for Hole Sponsor to Eagle Sponsor at $5,000, for two foursomes and signage at bag drop. Individual golfer fee is $350 and a Foursome is $1,300. Reception Ticket is $125. All golfers receive lunch, dinner and an inaugural gift as a remembrance of the event. Players can register by visiting www.salvationarmynj.org/golf or calling Nancy at 1-908-851-8230.

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Voted one of New Jersey’s best golf courses, Forsgate in Monroe Township in Middlesex County was established in 1931, and its legendary Banks Course, designed by Charles “Steamshovel” Banks, is renowned for its challenging bunkers and lush, elevated greens.

Each and every day, The Salvation Army helps those in need, offers food to the hungry, shelter to the homeless, companionship to the forlorn, and hope to those who have lost faith. In the State of New Jersey, The Salvation Army serves nearly two million meals per year and provides social services to over 300,000 people. The New Jersey State Advisory Board was established to help the Army respond better to the challenges of today’s economy in New Jersey.


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