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Birdie to Benefit Ag Literacy at the Foundation Golf Classic in Phoenix

News / FBNews November 21, 2016

Credit: Whirlwind Golf Club 

Join the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture to play golf and network with friends and industry leaders, all while supporting the Foundation’s agricultural literacy programs, at the 2017 Golf Classic in Phoenix, Arizona.

The 2017 Golf Classic will be held at the Whirlwind Golf Club on Jan. 7. Whirlwind Golf Club promises a dynamic golf experience, with beautiful landscapes, amazing course conditions and fantastic customer service.

Registration for the Golf Classic includes 18 holes of golf, cart rental, breakfast and lunch, a drink ticket, swag bag and contests. Clubs are available for rent.

You can register for golf as part of the overall registration for the convention. For more information on the Golf Classic, go to click here or contact Julia Recko at juliad@fb.org

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