Registration Open for Bay College Scholarship Golf Outing


Bay College Golf Outing Committee: Font row (left to right): Cindy Carter, Vicki DeGrand, Melissa Bonifas-Ness, Kim Carne, Merry Dufresne, Bob Prins. Back row (left to right): Mike Pankow, Dave Pechawer, Bill Marmalick, Matt Johnson. Not pictured: Janice Gayan.

The Bay College Foundation, Alumni Association and Norse Athletics invites the community to the 30th anniversary of ‘Swinging for Scholarships,’ the Bay College Scholarship Golf Outing taking place on Thursday, July 15th at the Escanaba Country Club.  The event begins with registration at 11:00 am EST and a golf shotgun start at 12:00 pm EST (noon). Lunch, hospitality on the course, live and silent auctions, course contests, and an exceptional steak and shrimp dinner will follow.  All proceeds from the golf outing support student success through scholarships.  Over the years, this event has helped over 313 academically deserving students achieve their educational goals at Bay College.

The Bay College Scholarship Golf Outing promises to be an exhilarating day of golfing, networking, socializing, opportunities, and excellent vittles.  The format is a four-person scramble, choosing the best ball of your team for each shot.  Anyone hitting a ‘Hole in One’ on hole thirteen will win a brand new Chevy Equinox sponsored by Riverside Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac.  Space is limited!  To register, call the Bay College Foundation at 906-217-1700, email foundation_FROM_BAY_COLLEGE or visit  The Bay College Golf Outing has grown to be the area’s premier outing, so register early to guarantee your spot on the course.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available, with benefits that include everything from signage and media recognition, to a golf team at no additional charge. For more information regarding sponsorships, visit

Founded in 1972, the Bay College Foundation connects businesses, organizations and individuals to the rewards of changing lives and advancing communities with higher education.  Without scholarship assistance, many students would not be able to afford a college education.