Student Affairs will host their 4th annual putt-putt golf tournament tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Jungle Gyms.
The tournament is an attempt to raise money for Relay for Life next Friday from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Amanda Voegel, risk assessment and aquatics manager at the recreation center, feels the event will be as successful as last year in which 10 teams entered the tournament.
“Marketing and getting the students informed is key,” Voegel said. “Mostly, we just try to get everyone involved, everyone in Student Affairs that we can.”
VSU students and staff are encouraged to come out for the tournament, but anyone is welcome to join the field for a $20 team entry.
The team with the lowest score will win two iPod shuffles. There will also be 4 hole-in-one prizes awarded as well.
Teams sign up on-line on IMleagues.com and pay the day of or see any one of the Student Affairs Team members.
Students Affairs is also selling $5 raffle tickets in an effort to raise more money for Relay for Life. The winner of the raffle, which will be announced the night of Relay for Life, will win an iPad and a quilt.
Student Affairs is also working to raise $5000 through a combination of regular fundraising, the putt-putt tournament, raffle and sales on the night of the relay. They are currently at $1000.