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Monday, May 20

Sunset Hill Country Club
2525 Highway 157 S.
Edwardsville, IL 62025

To reserve your spot, please click the register button or call Christine at 888.294.9248 by May 13th.


Registration: 8:30-9 a.m.

Opening Remarks: 9-10 a.m.

Scramble: 10 a.m.

Registration Details

Two people per team - $300 per team

Additional Details

Lunch will be provided to all participants.

We will have mulligans for purchase, 50/50 raffles, and a silent auction.


Sponsorship Opportunities

Lunch Sponsor $2,500

• Sponsor signage throughout

• Sponsor logo on boxed lunches

• 1 Complimentary Golf Team
(2 players)

Beverage Sponsor $2,500

• Sponsor signage

• Sponsor signs around coolers

• 1 Complimentary Golf Team
(2 players)

Hole Sponsor Variable

• Company sign on hole tee box
• $100 per hole
• $1,500 for all 18 holes

Longest Drive & Closest to the Pin

• $250 per event

Sign up below to become an event sponsor or just donate to help support the charities.

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Teaming Up for Good is a Slagle Foundation initiative that focuses philanthropic contributions toward three main pillars: first responders, military and children. By supporting and strengthening the lives of others, Teaming Up for Good is dedicated to providing a helpful and positive presence in local communities. The foundation helps others live a full life through volunteer work, donations and sponsoring events.


For 2024, the foundation is focusing on Missouri Veterans Endeavor (MOVE), an organization whose vision is to establish goals for our veteran clients to help them address any of those individual barriers, including finding gainful employment, enhancing their overall quality of life, maintaining sobriety, connecting with family and their community, maintaining their mental and physical health, and transitioning from our site into permanent housing in the community.

Investment Advisory Services offered through Slagle Financial LLC, an SEC/Registered Investment Advisor. Insurance services offered through ILBS.