The Marathon Classic could not exist
without our volunteers. We appreciate these
tireless individuals and their contribution that
make the tournament a success every year.
Mud Hens and Rockets will
roam the grounds at Highland
Meadows on Friday, plus
Imagination Station will have
interactive exhibits for the kids.
On Saturday the Toledo
Zoo brings its ‘Animal
Experience’ to the ‘Kids
Zone’ and the LPGA will
offer a Junior Golf Clinic to
children at the tournament.
The First Tee of Lake Erie
will provide a free golf clinic for junior golfers
Other Marathon Classic Highlights
The popular “Club 14 Party Deck” will once
again be a highlight of theMarathon Classic. Stop
over to the par-3 14
hole on Friday afternoon.
It is always a fun area to view the tournament,
plus it is an excellent opportunity to make new
business connections or entertain current clients.
All active and retired First Responders and
Military Members will receive free admission to
the tournament, plus Military Day will be held
on Saturday, which features military members
serving as standard bearers on the course.
While you are strolling
about Highland Meadows
at this year’s tournament,
youmay notice the large tent
erected between the 1
fairways. A new 4,000
square foot media center
will be able to house 60
working media members,
as well as, radio booths for
If you can’t make it to
Highland Meadows for the
final round on Sunday, it will be broadcast live
on CBS, 4:00-6:00 PM. Marathon has furnished
the additional funds to give this extra exposure
to Toledo and the LPGA Tour tournament. The
first three rounds, Thursday-Saturday can be
seen on the Golf Channel.
One of the highlights of this year’s event will be
an appearance by Ohio State University Head
Football Coach, Urban Meyer in the Buckeye
Broadband Celebrity Pro-Am on Wednesday.
Sixty LPGA Tour pros will join with their
amateur teams for bragging rights and prizes.
Top LPGA Names Come to Toledo
Golf will be an official sport in the Olympics in
NWO Golf Links