Annual Golf Tournaments
The 9th annual 4-man Scramble will be played Friday, Oct. 2, at Champio9ns Run Golf course. This event takes place on the Friday of Homecoming week and serves as a great point of interaction between our student body, alumni and members of the community. An information packet can be downloaded here.
Registration rates are:
Individual Golfer $75
Student/Faculty Team $225
Community Team $275
Registration forms and payment may be mailed in with checks. The 4-Man Scramble registration forms with credit card payments should be submitted to the Campus Recreation Office.
Thie 6th annual event will be held Monday, May 2, and honors the memory of an outstanding MTSU student who had a great impact on his friends, his co-workers and the campus community. The event will be held at Stones River Country Club with play beginning at 1 p.m.
Johnson was a student worker at Campus Recreation and a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He was also involved in several other campus activities. He died in September, 2009. Following his death, the Intramural Sports department and the Johnson family established a scholarship to recognize student employees who meet the all-round student ideal that Brandon exemplified.
For an information packet, click here.
To register and pay online, click here.
For general information, contact Tournament Director David Tippett at 898-2104 or email@example.com
2014 Scholarship Recipient Bio
Halie Vannoy is the recipient of the 2014 Brandon Johnson Scholarship which was presented at the annual golf tournament at Stones River Country Club. The golf tournament raised more than $5,000 for the scholarship fund which is awarded to a deserving intramurals.
Hailey is a sports management graduate student, who currently works as a program assistant
in the Intramural Office. She also assists with coaching the MTSU women's volleyball
team. The Morristown, TN, native earned her bachelor's degree in business finance
and played four years on the MTSU women's volleyball team. Hailey is also active in
several school related activities, including Zeta Tau Alpha women's fraternity and
the Campus Rec Student Advisory Council. In addition to being a member of the staff
and meeting specific gpa and scholarship criteria, the recipient should be actively
involved in other campus activities.
This event raises money for the scholarship fund which is one of several scholarship funds available through Campus Recreation and the events it sponsors. The golf tournament and silent auction have grown in the short time it has been held.
For more information, please contact David Tippett: