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Released February 28, 2004

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Greenville, SC
CONTACT: Rick Ingram & Mike Chatman

Rick Ingram:
(800) 366-4708 or 864-458-8059
Mike Chatman:

US Mail for registrations and hole sponsorships:
103 Burdock Way
Simpsonville, SC 29681

GGL to hold second annual Golf Tournament at Carolina Springs

Greenville, SC: Gamma Gamma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity will sponsor the Robert W. Anderson, II Memorial Golf Tournament on May 22, 2004 at Carolina Springs Golf Course in Fountain Inn, SC. This will make the second year the Chapter has held tournament to raise money for the Luke H. Chatman Scholarship Fund and the Martin Luther King Memorial Project.

The Tournament’s Entry Fee of $65 will include green fees, cart fee, door prizes and a boxed lunch. Registration will began at 10 AM and the First tee time will start at 11 AM. Groups may purchase Hole Sponsorships for $100 per hole. Entry Deadline for all entries and scholarships is May 15, 2004. Rain Date for the Tournament will be June 19, 2004.

Participants and Sponsors can call Rick Ingram at (800) 366-4708 or 864-458-8059 or Mike Chatman at 864-233-7773 or mail entries to the following address

R.W. Anderson II Memorial Golf Tournament
Attn: Rick Ingram
103 Burdock Way
Simpsonville, SC 29681

The Chapter has for twenty-six years coordinated and given the Luke H. Scholarship to local high school students in the Upstate of South Carolina. Last year, the Chapter gave one $3,000 scholarship, and has given more the $50,000 dollars since the scholarship's inception.

The National MLK Memorial Project is national effort to build a Washington, DC monument in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King was perhaps America’s most prominent leader of the Civil Right Movement and a brother of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc. A portion of the tournament’s proceeds will go toward the Project. For more information about the Project, please view their web site at .

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is the nation's first African-American Greek-letter fraternity established by college students. Established on December 4, 1906 on the campus of Cornell University, Alpha Phi Alpha has more than 750 chapters worldwide with over 125,000 members. Gamma Gamma Lambda Chapter is the Greenville chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha established in 1941.

View the Golf Tournament Flyer

Purchase a Hole Sponsorships

Directions to the Carolina Springs Golf Course
1680 Scuffletown Road, Fountain Inn, SC
(864) 862-3551


  • I-85 to I-385 South. Exit right on Woodruff Road (Hwy146).
  • Turn left at traffic signal, towards Woodruff and proceed to Five Forks area
    (approximately 4 miles).
  • Turn Right onto Scuffletown Road at Citgo Station (on right).
  • Carolina Springs is approximately 5 miles on right.


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