John R. Graham Memorial Golf Classic
The Graham Memorial Golf Classic is a four-person scramble open to golfers of all skill levels. Reservations are limited to 144 golfers and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The day includes 18 holes of golf, plenty of fun competitions and an awards dinner at Manhattan Country Club immediately following the tournament.
Registration Fee: $150 per player
- Includes green fees, and cart rental, range balls, awards dinner, two drink tickets, gift bag, awards to top-placing teams, and four proximity prize opportunities.
- Register online here.
Awards Dinner Sponsor: $5,000
- Sponsor banner at the awards dinner, four golf registrations, four golf shirts imprinted with tournament logo, sponsor logo on napkins and souvenir cups, sponsor logo on all printed materials and website, showcase product/promotional materials.
Proximity Prize/Gift Bag Sponsor: $1,000
- Company name and/or logo on one of the following: Gift bags for each player, longest drive prize, longest putt prize, closet-to-the-pin prize (two holes), "hole-in-one" hole; recognition on proximity prize/gift bag and sponsor banner, sponsor logo on all printed materials and website, showcase product/promotional materials.
Hole Sponsor: $500
- One sponsor sign placed at one tee box, sponsor logo on all printed materials and website, showcase product/promotional materials.
Green Sponsor: $250
- One sponsor sign placed at one green, sponsor logo on all printed materials and website, showcase product/promotional materials.
For more information, contact:
Galen Bunning, Director of Development
College of Business Administration
785-532-7515 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The John R. Graham Memorial Golf Classic brings together friends of Dr. John Graham to celebrate John's love of life and share in his love of golf with the purpose of enhancing John's rich legacy of giving in establishing the John R. Graham Business Scholarship for business majors at Kansas State University.
Dr. John R. Graham was a beloved College of Business Administration teacher, mentor and colleague. He graduated from Great Bend High School in 1963 and Kansas State University in 1967 with a degree in accounting.
Graham's academic career eventually led to his position as CEO and executive vice president of the Kansas Farm Bureau in 1979 where he remained until his retirement in 1999. His love for teaching and innovative thinking as a business professional was contagious. His legacy will continue through the John R. Graham Golf Classic.