Country Club Of The Poconos Hosts Golf Benefit For Veterans

The Country Club of the Poconos will host the Ray White Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the VALOR Clinic Foundation.

On Friday, July 15, the Country Club of the Poconos Municipal Golf Course in Middle Smithfield Township, PA, will host the Ray White Memorial Golf Tournament. Proceeds from the event will go to the VALOR Clinic Foundation, a local non-profit organization that assists veterans in need.

The tournament will commemorate Ray White, the Middle Smithfield Township Golf Course Advisory Committee Chairperson, from 2010 until he passed in 2020. Middle Smithfield Township previously honored White’s community dedication at the Volunteer Appreciation Banquet in March. Before serving Middle Smithfield and the Country Club of the Poconos Municipal Golf Course, White proudly served in the U.S. Air Force. His family requested that tournament proceeds go to the VALOR Clinic Foundation, as White was a staunch supporter of veteran causes and service support organizations.

Registration begins at noon, with the tournament starting at 1 pm. The cost per golfer is $90 or $350 per foursome. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Tickets for a banquet following the golf outing are available for $30. Cocktail hour begins at 5 pm. Dinner is at 6 pm. Participation in the outing is not required to attend the Banquet.

VALOR Clinic Foundation – A Hand Up On The Homefront VALOR Clinic Foundation (VCF) provides assistance accessing benefits and shelter to Veterans who, due to health or means, are unable to find or keep shelter of their own, and Post Traumatic Stress resources to Veterans through their Veterans Unstoppable program. VALOR Clinic Foundation helps with transitional housing, PTSD – War to Peace transition retreats, and more. VCF is headquartered in Kunkletown, PA.