The 19th annual CBC Golf Classic is set for Sept. 11 and 12 at Greystone County Club in Cabot.  

The tournament is a two person scramble and offers three sessions to choose from.  

The entry fee is $75 and covers unlimited range balls before the tournament, cart and greens fee, unlimited refreshments and snacks during play, closest-to-the-pin and longest drive competitions, awards two deep in each session, and all-you-can-eat fish and chicken provided by Adams Catfish Catering. 

According to CBC President Terry Kimbrow, "The CBC Golf Classic is our largest special event fundraiser with 250–300 golfers participating.  The tournament was started 18 years ago to raise money for student scholarships."  The event encompasses two full days offering golfers the option to choose one of three sessions in which to play.  "It is really three tournaments in one," said Kimbrow.  "We kept adding sessions as the event grew over the years.  Some golfers even play in more than one session."  

Registration deadline is Sept. 5 to avoid the $10 late fee.  Sessions are filling quickly.  For registration information, contact Curt Crook at 329-6872 ext. 111 or ccrook@cbc.edu.  

Registration forms can be found at www.cbc.edu.  Last year’s event raised over $20,000 for student scholarships.