State Fair Community College Athletics will host its eighth annual SFCC golf tournament and live and silent auctions on July 22 at the Sedalia Country Club, 5074 Highway Y. Proceeds will benefit athletic scholarships.

The three-person scramble costs $90 per person and includes 18 holes of golf, a cart and lunch. Teams have a choice of an 8 a.m. or a 2 p.m. tee time. Mulligans will be available for $15 per team at the registration table. The prizes for the golf tournament will be Sedalia Country Club Pro Shop credit based on a full field.

The tournament will be divided into four flights with awards given to the top four teams in each flight based on a full field. The first place winners of each flight will receive $300 in credit; second place $200, third place $150, and fourth place $100.

Printable team registration and sponsorship forms are available at under the Support tab. Teams may also register online at the same link. Checks should be made payable to the SFCC Foundation. For more information, call SFCC Athletics at 660-596-7232.

A live auction will start 45 minutes after the 2 p.m. round finishes. Silent auction bidding will begin at 8 a.m. and close 30 minutes after the 2 p.m. round is finished.

Proceeds can fund general athletic scholarships or can be designated for a specific scholarship such as the Mike Bryson Memorial Scholarship (men and women’s soccer), the Bob Oehrke Memorial Scholarship (women’s basketball), the Kent Gwaltney Memorial Scholarship (men’s basketball), the Ross Dey Memorial Scholarship (baseball), and the Mandy Thomas Memorial Scholarship (softball).

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