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Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park | Miramont Country Club
Monday, October 22nd and Tuesday, October 23rd
Join us for our first diamond club dinner at blue bell park followed by
a day of golfing and fun with Aggie Baseball Coach Rob Childress at the premier Miramont country club.
All proceeds benefit Voices For Children to give a voice to abused and neglected children.
About the Event
For the past 13 years, the Rob Childress Charity Golf Tournament has been a signature event for Voices for Children. This year, we are kicking off the tournament with our first ever Diamond Club Dinner at Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park on the evening of October 22, 2018. Get a glimpse of Olsen Magic with dinner and Monday Night Football in Blue Bell Park’s most exclusive club. Coupled with a silent auction, tours of Blue Bell Park, and the best sundae bar you’ve ever seen, what’s not to love?
Don’t let the fun stop there! The golf tournament begins Tuesday morning at Miramont Country Club. Opened in 2005, the golf course at Miramont was named #10 course in Texas by Golf Digest magazine, placing it in the top tier of elite, private courses in the state. The 7,127-yard, twenty-two hole course provides a demanding game for the pros, and an enjoyable challenge for amateurs, offering numerous tee and pin placements that ensure that everyone has a great game. Miramont is conveniently located at FM 159 and FM 1179 in Bryan, Texas. Learn more about the course here.
Coach Rob Childress
Coach Childress has served as head coach of the Texas A&M University baseball team since 2005. With a steady stream of success, Childress has led A&M to a school-record 10 consecutive NCAA Championship appearances, five NCAA Regional titles, two conference regular-season crowns, four league tournament titles and the 2011 and 2017 College World Series. Childress and his wife, Amanda, have been active supporters of Voices for Children for more than 7 years. To learn more about the Texas A&M baseball team, go here.
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