ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT
- May 18 at Wicomico Shores Golf Course
Put your team together and join us for a fantastic day of golf at the beautiful Wicomico Golf Course while supporting the Lexington Park Lions Club and our programs for those with vision and/or hearing impairments.
Shotgun start at 9am. Enjoy 18 holes of golf. Food and beverages provided. Prize money awarded at the end of the tournament. 100% of the funds collected are used to fund our vision and hearing programs.
Grand Prize $20,000
Other Par 3 Prizes:
- Two Domestic Round-Trip Airline Tickets
- Set of New Callaway Irons
- LCD Television
First, second, and third place teams
- 55” UHD LED Smart Television
- Foursome certificates that include golf and cart fees worth over $200 each
- Framed famous Golf prints
- Other Golf related items
EVERYONE’S A WINNER
Certificate for Two Complimentary Warrior Custom Golf Clubs
$10 Cash Card to Worldwide Golf Shops
PAST GOLF TOURNAMENTS
Lexington Park Lions had a busy, busy May: May 12 We had a most successful golf tournament raising more than $5000 for our vision and hearing programs. May 15-18 Club officers attended the Multiple District 22 convention in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, meeting with Lions...
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Thank you! Our 2015 Annual Charity Golf Tournament was a huge success! It was a cool, beautiful morning Thursday, May 14, when 114 golfers joined the Lexington Park Lions Club for their 2015 Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Wicomico Shores Golf Course. The...
The grass was green, the sky blue, and the weather perfect as 98 golfers joined the Lexington Park Lions Club for their 2014 Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Wicomico Shores Golf Course this past Spring. Prizes were awarded for first and second flight place...
The weather was great and the greens rolling as 78 golfers teed off May 16, at the Wicomico Shores Golf Course for the Lexington Park Lions 2013 Golf Tournament. We are grateful to our sponsors: Wyle Aerospace Group CSC Applied Technologies LLC PJ’s Auto Body, Inc....
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We play an active role in various committees and activities in the Maryland counties of St. Mary’s, Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, and Prince George’s, and Washington, DC. Our primary focus is providing a variety of services to those with vision impairments, however, our efforts have expanded to include serving those with hearing loss and those suffering from childhood diabetes.We have pledged unselfish service to the Lexington Park community and to those less fortunate than us.
Chartered in 1946, the Lexington Park Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs International. We fall under the organizational guidance of District 22-C, which encompasses the Maryland counties of St. Mary’s, Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, and Prince George’s, and Washington, DC. Members of the Lexington Park Lions Club represent a cross-section of the St. Mary’s County farm, business, government, and retiree communities.
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