10th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
Friday from 3:58 PM - 3:59 PM EDT
Join the Friends of the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum for the 10th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament. Each year supporters of the museum enjoy a day of friendly competition at beautiful Thorn Spring Golf Course. History is everywhere in Pulaski and Thorn Spring Golf Course is filled with it too. Originally part of Gov. John Floyd's Thorn Spring plantation, the land that now the golf course has 75 years of is own history to share. The course has experienced major changes since it first welcomed golfers many years ago, fire destroyed the club house, business plans have change, but through it all, the course has been a part of Pulaski history and is still thriving today. The Ratcliffe Museum is a care taker of our shared community history and is proud to partner with Thorn Spring for the 10th Annual Benefit Tournament. Funds raised each year with the golf tournament, through player participation and local community business sponsors, helps keep the museum open year round to share local history and education for everyone who visits. Please register yourself or a team and have some fun helping history. In case you are can't join us on the greens, but still wish to support, please become sponsor. Businesses, individuals, and organizations can sponsor Holes, Birdies or even Eagles. We are encouraging all of our sponsor to share your "History Story" with us to include throughout the golf course. This 10th Anniversary for the Tournament plus the 75th for Thorn Spring Golf Course is the perfect venue to talk about all the other amazing history in Pulaski County, so please consider sponsoring and sharing your story. And remember this all FORE the museum and we greatly appreciate your assistance.