Rolling Hills Golf Course in Tempe will serve as the venue for the 2nd Annual Dustin Feldhaus Memorial Golf Tournament on March 30, 2013. Dustin, who grew up in Glendale, was killed in action while fighting in Kunar Province, Afganistan on March 29, 2011.
Although a top wrestler at Deer Valley High School up until he graduated in 2009, Dustin always took the time to play golf and enjoyed playing with his Mom Niki at Rolling Hills. With the help of
Paul Collingsworth, the Head Professional at Rolling Hills, the golf tournament looks to be one that you dont want to miss. Paul is making arrangements for local media to cover the event and with the help of the Air National Guard, has made plans for a Black Hawk Helicopter to land on the course. The entry fee is $100 per player and includes; a noon shotgun start, range balls, a post golf BBQ, and lots of great raffle items. Sign up quick, there are only 96 spots available. All proceeds benefit Operation Restored Warrior, helping returning veterans who suffer from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder.
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Rolling Hills GC is very active in promoting golf and making the game fun for all, this tournament is a fine example of their commitment to the community, golf, and those who serve in the military.
Rolling Hills Golf Course is owned by the City of Tempe and is managed by the Millenium Golf Group, who also manage Ken McDonald Golf Course. For more information about either of these two courses, visit www.golftempeaz.com.