Fred Hack Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament

saratoga lake GC photoOn Saturday, October 12, enjoy a relaxing and fun round of golf with your colleagues at the Saratoga Lake Golf Course. The Clubhouse is now open! 

All proceeds go directly to the Fred Hack Memorial Scholarship Program to help defray the increasing education costs for NYSSFA active and affiliate members’ dependent children.

Green Fees: $100 per person; $400 for a Foursome
Registration:
9:00am
Tee-off: 10:30am

 

 

Support the Scholarship Fund with a Sponsorship

Tournament - $1000 SOLD
Luncheon - $400
Closest to the Pin - $250
Mulligan - $250
Longest Drive - $250 SOLD
Tee - $175

Tournament Rules

  • Four person scramble in which all team members hit from the best shot until the ball is holed
  • If a group attains a bogey, they then pick up their ball and move to the next tee to keep the play moving.
  • If a group is short player(s), please rotate the extra shot
  • There is a Men's and Women's Closest to the Pin contest and one Longest Drive contest
  • Mulligans and 50/50 tickets can be purchased at registration

Thank You Sponsors

Tournament Sponsors

Hack Environmental
Trane

Longest Drive

H & E Equipment
LaBellaAssociation Development Group

Tee Sponsors

Capital District Chapter
CAS Carlisle Soprema Roofing
Central NY Chapter
Central Western Chapter
Commercial Window Repairs
CS Arch
Day Automation Systems
GDS Inc.
E.A. Morse & Co
H&E Equipment
Hillyard, Inc.
Hunt Engineers, Architects & Surveyors
Johnson Controls Inc
Kathleen Van De Loo
Mid-Hudson Chapter
Mid-State Chapter
Modular Comfort
Nagle Athletic Surfaces
Nassau Chapter
NYSIR
Oswego Chapter
Rockland Chapter
SEI Group
Shaw Contract
Southeastern Chapter
Southern Finger Lakes Chapter
TBS Controls
Tecta America WeatherGuard
Trojan Entergy Systems

Prize Donations

Nagle Athletic Surfaces
Tetra Tech
Trojan Entergy Systems
Utica National
Young Equipment Sales

2019 Recipients

NYSSFA offers the Fred Hack Memorial Scholarship Program for dependent children of our Director of Facilities and Affiliate members. The scholarships were established in the mid-1990s in honor of the Association’s first executive director. Six $1,500 scholarships are awarded annually. Congratulations to our 2019 recipients!

Rooker

Chelsea Rooker is a graduate of Dana L. West Senior High School in Port Byron, NY. She is entering Roberts Wesleyan College to study Childhood Education, class of 2023. Chelsea's father, Corey Rooker, is Transportation Supervisor for Port Byron Central Schools. 

DellaPenna

Griffin DellaPenna is a graduate of Batavia High School in Batavia, NY. He is entering Canisius College to study Journalism and Sport Broadcast, class of 2023.  Griffin's father, Matt DellaPenna, is Director of Safety, Security & Operations for Genessee Valley Educational Partnership. 

Watkins

Garrett Watkins is a graduate of Pawling High School in Pawling, NY. He is entering North Carolina State University to study Business Administration and Finance, class of 2023. Garrett's father, Keith Watkins, CDF, is Assistant Director of Facilities for City School District of New Rochelle. 

Petty

Sarah Petty is a graduate of Roy C. Ketcham High School in Wappinger Falls, NY. She is entering her junior year at SUNY College of Enviromental Science and Foresty, studying Wildlife Sciences, class of 2021. Sarah's father, Louis Petty, is Director of Facilities for the Hawthorne Cedar Knolls district. 

LaSalle

Dylan LaSalle is a graduate of Oriskany Central School in Oriskany, NY.  He will enter SUNY University at Buffalo, studying Areospace Engineering, class of 2023.  Dylan's father, Brett LaSalle, CDF, is Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations for Mohawk Valley Community College. 

Colomaio

Hunter Colomaio is a graduate of Bath Central Schools in Bath, NY. He is entering SUNY University at Binghamton to study Biomedical Engineering, class of 2023.  Hunter's father, Anthony Colomaio, CDF, is Director of Facilities and Operations at Bath Schools CSD. 

 


The Fred Hack Memorial Scholarships were established in the mid-1990s in honor of the Association’s first executive director.