The family and friends of Scott Hartley would like you to join them for “Scott’s Game” and Celebration of Life on August 9th.
Scott was a big part of the Carthage Golf Course. He was a member of the Carthage Men’s Golf Association and actively played in the events. He played Tuesday Men’s Night regularly where he was a favorite on every team. He was a regular participant in the Wednesday/Friday “big game”. He was on the Board of Directors with the Joplin Golf Foundation and actively shaped the programs benefitting youth golfers all through the area. Most importantly he was a friend who would always be there when you needed him. Words can’t describe the shock and heavy hearts so many of us feel.
We will be celebrating Scott’s life the way he would want us to…golf and have a game!
1:30 PM Shotgun Start – Carthage Golf Course
Individual Stroke Play – Scott wouldn’t want it any other way! It is a skins game with hole prizes splashed around the course.
$40 Includes Golf, Cart, Hole Prizes and Skin’s Game. Scott’s Game has an optional “Swing Game” for those players interested. You can join in that when at the course. The “Swing Game” was played by Scott and his golf buddies on a regular basis.
We will use the Carthage Men’s Golf Association tees. 54 & under Black 55-69 Blue 70-79 White Women and men 80+ Red
Enjoy your friends, enjoy the golf course and celebrate Scott’s life in the environment he enjoyed so much.
We need you to register for the game! Call the pro shop at 417 237 7030. We will want name your name, phone and email so we may communicate with you if needed and follow up with results, pictures and highlights from the day. Put your own groups of four players together or we will pair you with other players.
Scott Hartley Celebration of Life
Carthage Golf Course 7 pm – 9 pm
If you played in Scott’s Game just stick around for the celebration. We will have a large tent set up in the parking lot. We will have some party foods and drinks for all.
Mix and mingle with Scott’s family and friends as we celebrate Scott’s life.
We will miss you dearly Scott…and we will never forget you.