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Start Out Your Test Match Day by Playing in the First-Ever U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame Golf Classic

April 2, 2018

San Diego, CA (April 2, 2018) – Get into the swing of things at the Rugby Hall of Fame Weekend by signing up for the 1st-ever U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame Golf Classic. The HOF Golf Classic, hosted by the U.S. Rugby Foundation and Houston Youth Rugby Association, will take place at the Hermann Park Golf Course on Saturday, June 16, 2018.Built in 1922, Hermann Park Golf Course is an oak-lined oasis in the heart of Houston, rated by Golf Digest Places to Play at 3 1/2 stars. Relax while you play golf under the majestic emerald canopy of stately old oak trees, unwind on the airy veranda of the modern clubhouse and satisfy your appetite with delicious food combined with impeccable service. Register now to ensure your spot in the tournament. A portion of your registration fee will be considered a tax-deductible contribution.The registration fee for the Scrumble is just $150 per player and includes:- Greens Fees and cart- Lunch at the course- Long Drive, Closest to the Pin, and Hole-In-One Contests- Player Gift Bag (includes U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame polo, a sleeve of TaylorMade balls, TaylorMade hat, and more)- Range ballsThe winning foursome will not only have bragging rights until next year but each member of the winning group will receive a TaylorMade golf bag embroidered with the U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame logo.There will also be raffle, which will include a lot of great rugby memorabilia and golf accessories.Whether you are taking part in the HOF Golf Classic or not, help out the USRF and HYRA by purchasing a hole sponsorship. Hole sponsorships are available for $200.The USRF and HYRA would like to thank the following for their support of our U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame Golf Classic: Building Infrastructure Group, Tilted Kilt, and TaylorMade. Proceeds will further the youth and high school programs offered by the USRF and HYRA.