Spots still available for J.C. Hulls benefit golf outing

Comments Off by   |   Wednesday, October 17, 2012 - 5:18 pm EDT

I’ve been negligent in not pointing this out earlier, so please indulge me on this one. Spots are still available for Swing For a Cure, the benefit golf outing for J.C. Hulls, the father of Indiana guard Jordan and Kaila who spent most of this summer battling cancer in his tonsils. He has completed his treatment and is expected to make a full recovery.

The event is being held at Eagle Point Resort with a shotgun start at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday.  Entry is $200 per player, $800 per foursome. Each foursome is also paired with either a former IU player or local celebrity. It’s also $250 to sponsor a hole. There is a dinner and auction to follow.

To register, contact Tim Alexander at (260) 385-8034. To auction items, contact Allison Reinholt at 574-339-9843. All payments can be made and sent to the Hulls Foundation at P.O. Box 5064, Bloomington, IN 47404.

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