Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc. to Host Swing for the Symphony 2020

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc. (CSOL) will host “Swing for the Symphony 2020,” a golf event at the Country Club of Charleston on Monday, October 5th. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Charleston Symphony (CSO) and CSOL music scholarships.

Teams will be challenged by the par-71 Country Club of Charleston course designed by Seth Raynor, known for recreating the strategy and design of well-known Scottish golf courses. Number 11 is an especially notorious replica of number 15 at North Berwick. The Country Club of Charleston is recognized as one of the Southeast’s premiere courses, with sweeping vistas along the Wappoo Creek toward Charleston Harbor.

Registration begins at 10:30 am, and the Shamble-format tournament kicks off at noon. Prizes will be awarded for a hole-in-one, closest to the pin men, and closest to the pin women. Register early for the best price: $400 per player or $1,600 per foursome. After September 1st: $450 per player or $1800 per foursome.

The event includes lunch, a silent auction, post-golf reception, and outstanding prizes, including golf outings at some of the finest private clubs and resorts.  Music will be provided by members of the Charleston Symphony Brass.

For reservations, sponsorship opportunities and additional information, visit www.csolinc.org or call 847-977-8833.

About the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc.

The CSOL is a multi-talented group of more than 270 dedicated volunteers whose purpose is to support the Charleston Symphony, encourage talented young musicians and inspire classical music lovers for generations to come. The CSOL is the largest institutional donor to the CSO, providing over $170,000 last year. For more than 50 years, the CSOL has actively supported music education and funding for the arts, including scholarships for student and professional musicians in the Charleston area.

In addition to Swing for the Symphony, the CSOL is hosting a Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island, November 7, 2020 and will be conducting a car sponsorship, where the winner will be drawn at a special concert by members of the Charleston Symphony Brass in May 2021. The date, time and location of the drawing will be announced later. You do not need to be present to win. Sponsorships will be available at the golf tournament, the Tour of Homes and online.

All proceeds benefit the CSO and CSOL Music Scholarships.

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