First Tee of Sharon Classic will grace the greens May 2

Staff report


Leadership Shenango Class of 2015 will host the First Tee of Sharon Classic, an adult and child tournament, on May 2 at Buhl Land Golf Course, 715 Hazen Road.

The nine-hole walking course will accommodate 72 two-person teams of one adult and one child each.

The cost is $40 per team, and tee times are 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. A free lunch will be served between rounds, and a basket auction will be featured. Prizes based on age brackets will be awarded. Registration is limited to the first 72 entrants.

All proceeds will support renovations to the golf course’s driving range, scheduled to reopen next spring.

For information and registration forms, visit or call Mary Lynn Reid at 724-981-5522, ext. 102.

Tournament sponsors are First National Bank, Joy, McDermott’s Minuteman Press, Penn State Shenango and F.N.B. Wealth Management.

Following are sponsorship opportunities:

Buhl Park Bench Sponsor: $1,200 allows the sponsor to dedicate a park bench in memory or in honor of a loved one, to acknowledge a service club, organization or business, or to celebrate the birth of a child, a graduating class or an anniversary. An inscribed plaque will mark a bench at the golf course. The cost includes installation, plaque and flat stones.

Tournament Sponsor: $500 donation will get your company’s logo prominently featured on all promotional materials, including the event program and the main sponsor banner.

Buhl Park Brick Sponsor: $100 to $250 entitles the sponsor to leave a permanent mark in Buhl Park history. Bricks can be bought and placed in a designated area as a permanent tribute. A 4-inch-by-8-inch brick is $100, and a 12-inch-by-12-inch brick costs $250.

Hole Sponsor: $100 donation will allow a company’s logo to be displayed at one of the nine holes on the golf course.

Program Sponsor: $50 entitles an individual and/or a company to be featured as a sponsor in the event program.

All donations are tax deductible. Monday is the deadline for event, hole and program sponsorships.