Stellar Scholars is hosting a Wild Golf Invitation designed as a charity event to raise funds for local women battling breast cancer.Detroit, MI, June 17, 2017 – As the inaugural event of The Asher Group’s (TAG) Wilderness Xtreme Sports series, the first Bettie Page Wild Golf Invitation will be played in the daytime at the athletic complex on the campus of Wayne State University (Date to be determined). Local coverage will be provided as kick-off to the prime-time television coverage of Night of Wild Golf 2017 at Wayne State. The date of that event is to be announced imminently after its original-date postponement to marshall resources to cover the one-of-a-kind contest featuring the popular hybrid sport that has golfers competing head-to-head in an all-out sprint to the hole. Along the way, football-like blocks and hockey-type checks impede the helmeted rivals’ race to beat the clock on the three “kicker” rounds. A large crowd is expected to be on hand for that and the tune-up which promises to be a spectacular showcase for the rebounding Motor City.
Ashley Sword, founder of the highly successful The Asher Group (TAG) explains:
“The world is witnessing the rebirth of a major city where Wilderness Golf originated. To underscore the country-wide significance of the emerging game, we have chosen Bettie Page, a real-life girl from Knoxville, Tennessee who was, for many, the face, figure and personality of 1950’s America. All proceeds raised from the annual Bettie Page Wild Golf Invitation will be donated to breast cancer survivors. From every aspect, too, the game empowers and uplifts women from all walks of everyday life. For that reason, we encourage and welcome volunteers at every level, from competing athletically to assisting administratively.”
For additional information, contact Ashley at [email protected]
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