Boy Scout Golf Classic sponsored by Cram Roofing
The "Boy Scout Golf Classic" is a four-player scramble golf tournament held annually at the Oak Hills Country Club to benefit the programs of the Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council. Along with a $10,000 putting tournament elimination round, there are contests for longest drive, closest to the pin, and hole-in-one WIN A NEW CAR contest. Cram Roofing also sponsors a one-of-a-kind fundraiser, the “Cram Roofing Ball Drop” during the event; where four lucky winners could take home up to $4,000 in prizes. A reception, raffle, and an awards dinner immediately follow tournament play.
Watch 2013 Golf Classic Event Video
Special events, such as the Boy Scout Charity Golf Classic, provide support for Scouting programs council-wide. Click HERE or learn more.
Here is a List of Upcoming Special events: