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Laurel Athletic Boosters

Boosters Golf Outing

The 14th annual Gator Golf Outing is on Monday, May 20, 2024 at Mayfield Country Club
Sponsored by Laurel's Athletic Boosters, the event includes lunch, dinner, and live and silent auctions, with proceeds benefiting Laurel’s athletic programming, training, and all Middle and Upper School teams.

Ways to Participate

List of 5 items.

  • Corporate Sponsor

    • $1500 ($685 tax-deductible)
    • Foursome, cart, lunch, dinner, golfer gifts and your corporate logo on a tee sign
    • Please email your logo/artwork to Kimberly Dailey at kDailey@LaurelSchool.org by Wednesday, May 15, 2024
    • Artwork specs: high resolution, 800 pixels wide, 300 DPI
  • Foursome

    • $1200 ($340 tax-deductible)
    • Foursome, cart, lunch, dinner and golfer gifts
  • Individual

    • $300 ($85 tax-deductible)
    • Golf, cart, lunch, dinner and golfer gift
    • You will be matched with a group
  • Tee Sponsor Only

    • $250 ($65 tax-deductible)
    • Please email your logo/artwork to Kimberly Dailey at kDailey@LaurelSchool.org by Wednesday, May 15, 2024
    • Artwork specs: high resolution, 800 pixels wide, 300 DPI
  • Dinner Only

    • $75 ($15 tax-deductible)
    • Dinner plus live and silent auctions


  • 10:30 a.m. Registration Check-In
  • 11:00-11:40 a.m. Lunch
  • 12:00 p.m. Shotgun Start: 
  • Dinner immediately following golf
  • 6:00-7:00 p.m. Live & Silent Auctions
Questions? Email Athletic Director Dave Meyer, or call 216.455.3050.

The Mayfield Course

Opened in 1911 and built by its first golf professional, W.H. “Bert” Way, the Mayfield course features rolling terrain, tree-lined fairways and two streams that run through the 235-acre property. Known for its fine conditioning and fast greens, the course offers unique challenges to all types of players. With par at 71, it is easy to be deceived, as there are five par three holes. From any length, players find themselves with varying lies which require shots to be hit to small, undulating and well-bunkered greens. The tournament course record of 63 by Byron Nelson (1941) has yet to be broken.

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