SAT AUG 19, 2023
IRONWOOD GOLF CLUB
The 15th Annual TTTF Protect the Package golf outing tees off August 19th. Once again we will be roaming beautiful Ironwood Golf Course in Sussex, WI! We pride ourselves on being a one-of-a-kind event and we hope you feel the same. It is time to get your foursome assembled and register before we fill up! Please spread the word to all you know AND consider not only playing in the outing, but possibly sponsoring too.
PRICE PER GOLFER: $165
INCLUDES: 18 holes w/cart, lunch AND dinner, driving range, bloody mary/coffee bar, massage therapy, live music, on-course beer/beverage samples, 3 levels of awards and on-course game prizes. It also includes the “Package Deal Bracelet”. This gets you 2 mulligans per golfer, entrance into the putting contest and the chance to win a new car and many other prizes at each of the Par 3’s.
GOLF DAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Registration, Lunch & Festivities
Dinner and awards following the round
MESSAGE FROM PROTECT THE PACKAGE FOUNDER
Hi there. My name is John Lorenz. I started Protect the Package (PTP) in 2008 after years of planning some unique charity events in honor of some very close friend's fathers. The excitement and passion I had planning these events led me to wanting to do something that could eventually become bigger and continuous. A late night dinner date with my wife, coupled with a brain that doesn't rest, led to the idea behind PROTECT THE PACKAGE.
Protect the Package was started to help increase the stories of triumph over tragedy in the world's fight against cancer. While the logo and slogans may catch your attention in a humorous way, the meaning behind the message could not be more serious. There are uncountable forms of cancer found in both men and women. At the same time, certain cancers are exclusive to each gender. Protect the Package, as you may have guessed, is a company directed at the male population and the cancers unique to us. The toughest of men cannot out muscle or out smart the hidden workings of cancer. What we can and have to do is proactively protect ourselves.