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36th Scotland Regional Hospice Golf Tournament

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 - Shotgun start 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, May 4, 2022 - Shotgun start 12:00 p.m.

2022 Golf Tournament flyer (pdf) | Registration Form (pdf)

On May 3rd and 4th, Scotland Regional Hospice will hold its 36th Annual golf tournament, a 2-day charity golf event which raises funds used to provide care to the terminally ill and their families in the community.  Since its inception, the hospice organization’s premier fundraiser has been sponsored each year by Eaton Golf Pride with Scotch Meadows Country Club playing host.

Due to COVID-19 protocols and safety measures in place, last year’s tournament was moved from its traditional spring timeslot and took place just a few short months ago in September of 2021.  Even with the move, over 170 golfers participated in the 2021 tournament which raised just over $121,000. Employees of Golf Pride Grips and over 60 volunteers throughout the community make the tournament possible by participating in the planning process, recruitment of sponsors, silent auction contribution requests from vendors, enlisting golfers, and helping with the daily activities at the event.

While the biggest part of the fundraising total comes from area businesses and individuals who sponsor the tournament, the accompanying silent auction also contributes to the tournament’s success. The 2021 auction featured over 300 items including a whitewater rafting trip, autographed balls and other sports memorabilia, handmade furniture, artwork, golf equipment, and much more.

The tournament uses the Low 2-Ball format which allows participants to play their own ball.  The entry fee for golfers is $150 for men and $100 for women.  The entry fee includes golf cart, on course beer and soft drinks, two mulligans, silent auction access, invitation to the post-tournament celebration, lunch and dinner, putting for cash challenge, hole-in-one for a car competition, closest to the pin competition, and dream drive competition.

The women’s tournament will take place on Tuesday, May 3rd with a shotgun start at 10:00 a.m.  Men can play on Tuesday May 3rd at 10:00 a.m. or on Wednesday May 4th at noon.  Registration will open one hour each day before the start time.  Since space is limited, online registration is strongly encouraged at

The event will conclude following play on Wednesday with the post-tournament celebration.  Attendees will enjoy cocktails, dinner, sponsor recognition, live auction, music from The Jim Morgan Jazz Group and the Lawson’s Gift raffle drawing.  

This year, Scotland Regional Hospice will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Lawson’s Gift Raffle which allows ticket holders an opportunity to win jewelry that has been graciously donated by Bob’s Jewel Shop in memory of Lawson McCabe.  The raffle alone has raised nearly $300,000 for patient care and an announcement of this year’s raffle will be made in the coming days. 

Scotland Regional Hospice is seeking any individuals, businesses, and organizations that would like the opportunity to be a part of this exceptional event – which has raised more than $4 million used to provided safe, high-quality, compassionate end-of-life care to those patients and families in the community who are facing a life-limiting illness – to join them as a tournament sponsor.

Over half of the individuals who pass away in Scotland County are served by hospice giving the county one of the highest deaths served by hospice percentages in the state of North Carolina.  Scotland Regional Hospice’s seven-county service area also extends to Robeson, Hoke, and Richmond counties in North Carolina as well as Marlboro, Dillon, and Chesterfield counties in South Carolina allowing them to improve the quality of life of hundreds of terminally ill individuals and their families each year.

“None of this would be possible without our supporters,” said Kim Hammonds, Scotland Regional Hospice executive director.  “As a not-for-profit agency that serves people without regard to their ability to pay, Scotland Regional Hospice has endured these trying times thanks to the unwavering support of individuals, corporations, and organizations in our community.  We couldn’t be more grateful.”

To secure a sponsorship, please fill out our sponsorship form or call us at (910)276-7176 no later than April 25, 2022.



Updated 4-20-2022 11:19a.m.  Check back for updates


Platinum ($5,000)

C.W. and Dorothy Love Foundation

The Morgan Foundation

Charlie and Mary Kay Potts


Diamond ($2,500)

Bob’s Jewel Shop of Laurinburg

John and Elizabeth Cooley

Crothall Healthcare

Bill and Pam Hill

Mabry's Drug and Home Care

Doug and Kathrine Nederostek

Richard Boles Funeral Services


Gold ($1,000)

Thomas and Kim Ammons

Richard and Dolly Brown

John Clark

Brian and Julianne Sasseen Clodfelter

Harry Covington

Bob Cresante

Burt Dean

Sibyle Dulin

Exteriors R Us, LLC

Farm Bureau - Matt Walker

First Capital Bank

Gibson Oil

Betsy Gordon

Jon and Kimberly Hammonds

Wayne and DebI Hobbs

Haney's Tire

John and Laura Horne

Drs. Kurt and Valeriana Jute

Drs. Bill and Edna Ann Loftus

Jim and Lynn Mason

Lynn Massey

Medical Village Pharmacy

McCarter Electrical Company

Bill Miller

Miller Supply Company

John and Laura Murray

Ed and Barbara Nassif

Nic's Pic Kwik

Olsten Staffing


Precision Contractors, Inc.

Steve and Deane Pullen

The Purcell Clinic

Ted and Betty Rogers

Service Thread

Scotland Cancer Treatment Center

Scotland Health Care System

Scotland Motors

Scotland Regional Hospice Staff

Scottish Foods

Stu and Teresa Shrum

Simmons One Hour Heating and Air

State Farm Danny Caddell

Wade S. Dunbar Insurance Agency

Richard and Christine Wentworth


Silver ($500)

Averitt’s Electric Motor Repair

G.B. Baines and Associates

Buie Manufacturing Company

Canal Wood

Captain Larry's Seafood & Steaks

Domino's Pizza - Laurinburg

Earl's Electrical Heating and Air Conditioning

Jack Ficklin

Jane Gibson – In Memory of Dibber Adams

Hasty Realty

Health Innovations Pharmacy

Hicks & Floyd, PA

Hudson Paving

Jane James

Mr. & Mrs. James Ledford

Railroad Bar & Grill

Robeson Health Care Corporation

Cam and Cindy Stone

Scotland Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine

Scotland Waste Services, Inc.

Charles and Anne Todd

Mike and Diane Vinson

State Farm - Charlie Wallace

Jim and Frances Willis

David Yoder


Bronze ($250)

David and Mary Jo Adams

Ron and Laura Adams

Art By Design

Associated Realty - Randy McCall

Byrd’s Pool Service

Kyle Bethel

Sully Blair - State Farm Insurance

Earl and Beverly Bowling

Jerry Bruner

Eric B Byrd Insurance

Canady's Termite & Pest Control

Carmichael Farms

John and Anita Cottingham

Dairy Dream

Dial Insurance

Craig and Pat Ellis

Fierce Dance Company & Fierce All-Stars

First Bank

Jim and Carolyn Garrigus

Bill and Anne Goodwin

Mary Gwen Grubenman

Don and Pauline Gruver

Gene and Joyce Hall

Roylin and Dee Hammond

Mac and Linda Henderson

David and Parris Hibbard

Randy and Sandra Hoffman

J & M Lawn Care

Jim and Sue Kirby

Alan S Livingston, CPA

Fred and Lynn Mabry

Carl Mackey

Mac McIntyre Insurance Agency Inc.

Penny and Catherine McLaurin

Anna and James McMillan

Law Office of William R. Purcell, II PLLC

Wesley and Mary Quick

Realty World - Graham, Grubbs, & Associates

Ron and Denise Riggins

Ken and Karen Ritch

RiverStreet Networks

Roche, Head, and Associates, PLLC

Dora Sharber

Phyllis Smith

Law Office of Timothy Snead

Southeast Regional Airport Authority/Laurinburg Maxton Airport

Spangler Lawn Care

John and Pam Sweeney

Thomas Locklear Cabinets

Laura Tyler

Chip and Maggie Wells

Charles and Susan Wentz

Williamson Dean, L.L.P.

Wooly McDuff's Neighborhood Grille