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'Drive Out Child Abuse' Celebrity Golf Scamble Set for June 26

Golfers are invited to play in LACASA Center’s annual “Drive Out Child Abuse” Celebrity Golf Scramble set for Monday, June 26, at Oak Pointe Country Club in Brighton. All proceeds from this event benefit abused and neglected children from Livingston County.

Players will mix and mingle with professional sports celebrities while playing 18-holes for charity. This year’s featured retired Detroit athletes are Brent Fedyk of the Red Wings; Grant Long and Terry Mills of the Pistons; and Lance Parrish, Frank Tanana and Pat Sheridan of the Tigers.

Each team that registers will be named for a child who receives services at LACASA Center and will play for that child at the outing. Proceeds from the event stay local and benefit LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council and LACASA’s Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program.

The day includes 18-holes of golf with cart, continental breakfast with open bar, two complimentary drink tickets, lunch on the course, games of skill, silent auction, and mid-afternoon awards banquet. Prizes will be awarded for best scoring men’s, women’s and mixed teams.

Participant check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. Shotgun start is at 9 a.m. Fees are $200 per player, $400 per twosome, and $800 per foursome. Individual golfers will be paired with others to complete teams. Dinner-only tickets are available for $45.

Early registration is encouraged, as this event often sells out. The final registration deadline is Monday, June 19. To learn more, or to register, visit