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Longest Drive Golf Tournament


The Victory Center

We are Having a Virtual Longest Drive Golf Tournament for Autism Awareness Month

The virtual Longest Drive Golf Tournament for The Victory Center will help raise money for our students' programs. Each dollar raised in this important event will help us to maintain the level of superior education provided by our teachers and staff. It also allows us to collaborate with local universities to study autism firsthand so that we can be on the cutting edge of innovation.

April is

Autism Awareness Month

The Victory Center is having a virtual Longest Drive Golf Tournament this month of April to celebrate Autism Awareness Month!

Click here to donate to the Longest Drive Golf tournament! 

By clicking on your favorite team, your donation will help that team win the tournament. Each team has virtual golfers who are students, board members, staff, parents and friends of The Victory Center.

The team that raises the most money wins the tournament!

How Can You Participate?

Players are warming up their virtual golf swings to raise the most money and win the tournament. Donate to your favorite team. Check out some of the creative team names:

  • Eagles for Autism
  • Autism Aces
  • Hole in One Heroes

Game time:

Monday, April 1st, 10:00 a.m.

This game will end:

Tuesday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m.

Weekly announcements will be emailed to the generous friends and supporters of The Victory Center and reported here.

Check back often and see how your team is doing as it is posted on the leaderboard.

Please send this to your friends, neighbors, and family. Post it on social media too. Help your favorite team win the quest for Autism Awareness for The Victory Center.

Your Favorite Golf Team Needs You to Click Here NOW!

What will the winner receive?

The large jackpot is not for the golf teams.

Instead, it is the students of The Victory Center who win! Each dollar donated will fund programing that will continue to help our students be the best they can be!

Get Your Golf Lingo On!

Birdie: Refers to scoring one under par on a hole originated in the early 1900s. The story goes that a player hit a "bird of a shot," which led to the term "birdie."

Eagle: Refers to scoring two under par and continues the bird theme, representing a more significant achievement.

The choice of birds reflects the tradition of using avian terms to denote good performance in sport.

Thank you so much for your kindness to the students and their loving families! Their lives are enriched because of caring people like you.

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Questions? Robin Thompson: [email protected] or 305-466-1142