Purdue Club plans annual golf outing
The Purdue Alumni Club of Putnam County will host its 22nd-annual golf outing on Wednesday, June 23 at Tiger Pointe Country Club in Greencastle and feature Purdue University guests.
Registration for the event will begin at 11 a.m., followed by lunch at 11:30 a.m. and a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.
Purdue guests will include:
• P. J. Thompson, director of player development for Purdue men’s basketball, graduate of Indianapolis Brebeuf Prep School, Purdue basketball player 2016-18, member of the 2017 Big Ten championship team and holder of several individual records at Purdue;
• Michael (Spike) Albrecht, men’s basketball graduate assistant, graduate of Crown Point High School, red shirt player for Purdue after playing four years for the Michigan Wolverines and also a member of Purdue’s 2017 Big Ten championship team;
• Bob Ford, retired Purdue sports broadcaster, graduate of Evansville North High School and member of the Indiana High School and Purdue University halls of fame; and
• Bobby (Buckets) Riddell, radio analyst and commentator for Purdue basketball, graduate of Tippecanoe County Harrison High School and Purdue men’s basketball player 2005-09.
Registration forms are available from Ken Carrington (765-719-0350), Jerry Williams (653-3523) and Ron Birt (765-526-2466).
A dinner at Tiger Pointe will follow the scramble at 6:30 p.m. and be catered by Almost Home. The club’s scholarship recipients and the Purdue guests will be featured at the dinner.
Cost of the dinner is $25 per person, while the golf cost is $60 per person or $240 per team. Gold hole sponsorships are available for $100 and black hole sponsorships are for $50.
Reservations should be made with Carrington by June 18.
All proceeds from the golf outing will be used to support the Purdue Club’s scholarship fund at the Putnam County Community Foundation.
Since the inception of its scholarship program, the Purdue Club has awarded $42,000 to 61 Putnam County students attending Purdue University.