Shore Community Services prepares to tee off for 29th Annual Golf Outing

Summer is here and the weather is perfect for a golf outing under the sun. So why not grab your clubs and head out to Deerfield Golf Club, 1201 Saunders Road, Riverwoods, on Friday, June 28, for 18 holes, all for a good cause.

Local nonprofit Shore Community Services is hosting its 29th Annual Golf Outing, benefiting those with disabilities in their care.

Tickets start at $275 per person, and $1,000 for a group of four. Each ticket includes 18 holes of championship golf and cart, free practice balls, continental breakfast, and lunch at the club.

If being a spectator is more your game, join for lunch for $50.

Check-in, range balls and continental breakfast will be served starting at 8 a.m., with a shotgun start to follow at 9 a.m.

The Thomas L. McRaith, Jr. Memorial Cup will be awarded to the lowest-scoring foursome. Tom is fondly remembered as an Honorary Board Member who started Shore’s Golf Outing.

Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities are also available. For information, visit

Currently, Shore serves nearly 400 children and adults with disabilities from 18 North Shore area communities.

Shore's mission is to improve the quality of life for persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities through educational, residential, vocational, and related programs provided with community-integrated supports and services. Since 1951, Shore has been meeting the needs of children and adults with disabilities through quality programs and services, including residential homes, day programs, job training and placement and community integration.

For information, visit

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