Annual Sneaker Ball and Golf Scramble

Annual Sneaker Ball and Golf
Scramble

You won’t want to miss our annual Sneaker Ball on April 20, 2017.

This fun-filled event will be held at the MTSU Student Union and feature our honored guest and speaker Don Yaeger.  Sneakers and casual business attire will be the “in thing” for the evening events.

Make plans to tee off in the annual First Shot Golf Scramble at Champions Run in Rockvale.  The best ball scramble is on Friday, April 21st, with a shot-gun starts at 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m..

All proceeds from the Sneaker Ball and Golf Scramble will be used to enrich children’s lives through our free camps.

Get Involved

There are several ways to get involved as a participant or a sponsor for the Sneaker Ball & Golf Scramble. Visit the registration page to learn more about the levels of sponsorship and to sign up for the event.  You can download a PDF with event information and also register via the mail.

Download our Sneaker Ball and Golf Scramble 2017 pdf

 Registration

Visit the registration page to sign-up!

About the Speaker – Don Yaeger

Don Yaeger (click here for video) is a nationally acclaimed inspirational speaker, longtime Associate Editor of Sports Illustrated and author of 25 books, nine of which have become New York Times Best­sellers. He began his career at the San Antonio (TX) Light and also worked at the Dallas Morning News and the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville before going to work for Sports Illustrated.
As an author, Don has written books with, among others, Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton, UCLA basketball Coach John Wooden, baseball legends John Smoltz and Tug McGraw and football stars Warrick Dunn and Michael Oher (featured in the movie The Blind Side). He teamed with Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade to pen the 2013 best-seller “George Washington’s Secret Six,” a look at the citizen spy ring that helped win the Revolutionary War and then again in 2015 writing Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: The Forgotten War that Changed American History.
Don left Sports Illustrated in 2008 to pursue a public speaking career that has allowed him to share stories learned from the greatest winners of our generation with audiences as diverse as Fortune 10 companies to cancer survivor groups, where he shares his personal story. More than a quarter-million people have heard his discussions on “What Makes the Great Ones Great.” He has also built corporate webinar programs on lessons from Great sporting franchises on building Cultures of Success which has naturally led to his newest keynote speech on “What Makes the Great Teams Great.”