Location: Willows Run Golf Complex
Date: Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Time: 8:00am Shotgun Start
Tournament Format: 4-Person Scramble Golf Tournament
Post golf prizes, awards, No-host food/drink at 12 noon, non-golfers, friends and family welcome and encouraged
The Scott Shively Memorial Tournament is an annual scramble-style golf tournament honoring the memory of Scott, beloved son, husband, friend and world traveler.
The Scott Shively Memorial Tournament started in 2014 as great way for Scott's friends and family to stay connected, have fun, and serve as a fundraising vehicle for the newly created Scott Shively Memorial Scholarship, a scholarship to support CU students studying abroad.
For more information on the University of Colorado's Study abroad program, the Scott Shively Study Abroad Scholarship at University of Colorado and tournament information, please see below.
EVENT PRICING & PAYMENT OPTIONS
$110 per player ($440 per team)
Each player's tournament registration will include a golf cart along with their round of golf.
Half of each entry fee will go towards tournament costs and half will go to the University of Colorado as a donation to the Scott Shively Study Abroad Scholarship
*If paying with Venmo or PayPal, please include in the notes section: "YOUR NAME & SSMT"
Check (can be mailed or accepted at the tournament):
Make Check Payable to:
3213 W Wheeler St #184
Seattle WA, 98199
*Note section, please include "SSMT"
All players will receive an electronic receipt of donation from the University of Colorado Foundation after the tournament
Willows Run Golf Complex has been the host of the Scott Shively Memorial Tournament since its inception and continues to be a wonderful host. Featuring two full length courses, a par-3 short course and a mini-golf course, there's truly something for everyone.
The tournament will once again play the Coyote Creek Golf Course.
The following prizes will be awarded to players of the Scott Shively Memorial Tournament after the event concludes:
1st Place Team Prize
2nd Place Team Prize
3rd Place Team Prize
Male & Female Long Drive
Male & Female KP Award
Again this year, a raffle will take place on the day of the tournament. Players will have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win fun prizes. Previous year prizes have included items such as: Seattle Seahawks Tickets, Seattle Mariners Tickets, University of Washington Husky Football Tickets, Seattle Sounders Tickets, Wine and more!*
*100% of all funds collected from the raffle are donated directly to the University of Colorado's Scott Shively Study Abroad Scholarship in the tournament's name
Prizes are still being collected and will be announced closer to the tournament date
SCOTT SHIVELY STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
The scholarship at U. of Colorado was established in 2014 to benefit students wishing to study abroad and who are pursuing studies that include the themes of International Learning and Social Justice.
Since 2014, through the generosity of Scott’s friends and the university, the scholarships have been increased in number per year, now awarding two (2) each year, and has increased in value. While the scholarship has reached a level to endow the scholarship awards in perpetuity, we continue to grow the scholarship fund with the goal of increasing both the value and the number of awards annually moving forward.
Scott Shively Study Abroad
Past Scholarship Recipients
Ms. Jordan Thornlow | India | Sustainable Development/Social Change
Ms. Lauren Palarino | Switzerland | Int’l. Studies/Multilateral Diplomacy
Ms. Candace McMurrey | South Africa | Social & Political Transformation
Ms. Nicole Sharp | Netherlands | Int’l. Perspectives, Sexuality & Gender
Ms. Rebecca Schnetzel |Netherlands | Int’l. Perspectives, Sexuality & Gender
Mr. Keith Lenz | Germany | Business Development & Globalization
Ms. Hayden Johnson | Rwanda | Post Genocide Restoration & Peacebuilding
Mr. Josh Soll | Panama | Tropical Ecology/Biodiversity Conversation
2020 Fall - No scholarship awarded due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
2021 Spring - No scholarship awarded due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Ms. Emily Harrison | Spain | Engineering/Economic Equality
Mr. Mateo Vela | Mexico | Int’l. Affairs & Ethnic Studies
Ms. Katelyn Zlinsky | Japan | Linguistics
Redmond, WA US 98052
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