Ingle Golf Tournament, September 28, 2019



The Dallas/Ft. Worth chapter of the SNU Alumni Association began hosting an annual golf tournament in 2009 in memory of Dr. J. Lewis Ingle, a long-time pastor from the Dallas District. The goal of the tournament is to raise scholarship funds for ministerial students from the DFW metroplex, attending SNU. Dr. Ingle's legacy is honored each year at the tournament. All proceeds above the cost of the tournament are used to offset the cost of scholarships and to increase the endowment fund. The endowment also made a $10,000 donation to the Hall of Witnesses (located in the S. T. Ludwig Religion building on campus) in memory of Dr. Ingle. You’ll find his name in the 2008 inaugural inductees. The funds from the Hall of Witnesses are also used to provide scholarships for ministerial students.

We would love to have you come and be a part of our next event, September 28th, 2019, at the Firewheel Golf Course in Garland, TX. What better way is there to spend a morning than to enjoy a round of golf with friends, and to make a difference in the lives of our future pastors in the Church of the Nazarene? Oh yeah, we keep score, too! Prizes, lunch, lots of fun! All for $100. I hope to see you there.  

Saturday, September 28th, 2019
Firewheel Golf Course 

600 W. Campbell
Garland, TX 75044

Breakfast: 7am
Shotgun start: 8am

Cost: $100 per player
Format: 4-Man Scramble
*Entry Fee includes breakfast, unlimited range balls, green fees w/cart, lunch and award ceremony.
**Tournament participation open to all

Sponsor levels
Gold: $1000, includes entry fees, 4 players
Silver: $600, includes entry fees, 2 players
Bronze: $300 includes entry fees, 1 player

Hole: $500


SNU University Relations, , 405-491-6311 or 800-998-4SNU
Local Contacts: Rusty Williams,



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