Putt A Round
Be a kid again! The 15th Annual Putt A Round is January 29-31, 2020 in the Great Hall of the River Center. Register now to play the largest indoor miniature golf course in the Midwest!!
Information About Putt A Round
Is this a tournament? Yes and no! Scores are kept, but only for teams to compare their skills within the team and see how they did against others that shift. We do have traveling trophies for a number of industries (such as the financial and educator challenges) and service clubs (such as the Rotary and Optimist challenges). A "challenge" trophy could be created for your group by department or industry, simply contact Kayla Kiesey at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
How does Putt-A-Round work? There are seven different shifts available throughout the three day tournament. Each shift consists of about 25 to 50 foursomes who play the 20+ holes through a shotgun start. Each hole is designed and built by local companies, many of which offer prizes and giveaways at their hole. There are contests throughout the shift, along with fun music. Appetizers and a cash bar are available during each shift.
How much does it cost? Entry fee is $30 per golfer, $120 per foursome. Entry fee gets you play of the course (including putter and colored ball) and food at the Clubhouse. We will also have Value Packs available for purchase that include Wells Fargo 50/50 drawing tickets, and a chance to play the QCAR game.
What are the available shift times?
Wednesday, January 29th
Shift 1: 3:00-5:00 PM
Shift 2: 6:00-8:00 PM (Shift includes Financial and Educator Challenges)
Thursday, January 30th
Shift 1: 3:00-5:00 PM (Shift includes Realtor Challenge)
Shift 2: 6:00-8:00 PM (Shift includes First Responder, Rotary Club and Optimist Club Challenges)
Friday, January 31st
Shift 1: 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Shift 2: 3:00-5:00 PM
Shift 3: 6:00-8:00 PM
2019-20 BBBS Putt-A-Round Committee
Sabrina Smith- Local 4 WHBF
Butch Haverland- PGA
Jake Hendon- Great Southern Bank
Kathy Littlejohn- QC Area Realtor Association
Addy Kieger- Grandview Farms
Brian Jess- Russell Construction
Ashley Hendon- Wells Fargo Bank
Erika Jess- John Deere / QC WomenREACH
Kate Hardt- Re/Max River Cities
Jim Kiesey- Estes Construction
Big Brothers Big Sisters Staff:
Kayla Kiesey- Director of Events
Beth Clark-Business Development Director
Ally Sweeney- Development Coordinator