September is Ovarian Cancer awareness month, and we need your help! At Craft Farms we're raising awareness and giving back all month long. We believe that your donations can be the difference between life and death - the chance to fight it, to beat it, to live! Please consider making a donation, and join us in the fight!
September is Ovarian Cancer awareness month, and we invite all our locals to join us in the fight! Come out and play Craft Farms on any Sunday in September, and we’ll donate all proceeds to ovarian cancer research! You'll get a great round of golf for only $50 and help support UAB Cancer Research for Ovarian Cancer and the Laura Crandall Brown Foundation. That's a great deal for a great cause! Call 251.968.3002 for tee times!This special is for locals only and is valid for tee times after 11:00 am on Sundays in September. Locals are considered permanent residents of Baldwin, Escambia or Mobile County (includes Escambia, FL and Escambia, AL) and must provide a valid driver's license.
It's hot out and there is nothing more refreshing than our teal cocktail. Pick yours up from the food truck before your round or from the beverage cart out on the course. The cocktails are conveniently packaged in our new drink pouches for a grab and go experience. You'll drink to a great cause, because all proceeds go to support UAB Cancer Research for Ovarian Cancer and the Laura Crandall Brown Foundation. Cheers!
At Craft Farms we’re raising awareness and giving back all month long! Donate $20 for a chance to win a trip to World Golf Village. This package includes a two night stay at the Renaissance St. Augustine Resort, and two foursomes of golf. You’ll play both King & Bear and Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village, and you’ll support a great cause! All donations will benefit UAB Cancer Research for Ovarian Cancer and the Laura Crandall Brown Foundation. Stop by the golf shop to purchase your tickets!
One in 78 women will face ovarian cancer in their lifetime. More than 22,000 women are diagnosed annually, and only 15% of cases are diagnosed early. Less than half of the women diagnosed this year will be alive in five years. Help us support UAB Cancer Research for Ovarian Cancer and the Laura Crandall Brown Foundation this September.