About the Scramble for Scholarships
Since 1996, the Alpena Community College Foundation has conducted its annual Scramble for Scholarships, raising more than $400,000 and providing hundreds of students with much-needed scholarships. In 2004, the tournament was renamed to memorialize a good friend, community leader, and ACC Foundation Trustee, Robert M. Granum. During his time on the ACC Foundation Board of Trustees, Bob freely gave his financial expertise and greatly contributed to its growth. The Scramble takes place every year in August, at the River's Edge Golf Club. The tournament is a 4-person best ball scramble where golfers of all skill levels can enjoy themselves.
Ways to Participate
Golf Participant $90 - Includes green fees, power cart & lunch
Hole Sponsor $250 - Name displayed on a 3’ X 4’ sign
Cart Sponsor $50 - Name displayed on a golf cart
Shared Hole Sponsor $125 - Name displayed on half a 3’ X 4’ sign
All sponsorships and prize donations are tax deductible. A portion of the entry fee is also tax deductible.
The 2020 Scramble for Scholarships
10:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
River’s Edge Golf Club • Alpena, MI
Please join us on Saturday, August 15, 2020, at River’s Edge Golf Club for the 25th Annual Robert M. Granum Scramble for Scholarships. It promises to be a fun-filled day and a rewarding way to support ACC students.
The tournament is a 4-person best ball scramble where golfers of all skill levels can enjoy themselves. Men under age 60 will shoot from the blue tees and those 60 and over shoot from the white tees. Ladies will shoot from
the gold tees.
Golf packages to premier courses will be awarded to the first, second, and third place teams, in addition to the best score for a mixed team. Due to COVID-19 and the hardship of local businesses, we will not award door prizes this year.
Scramble for Scholarship 2019 Results
ACC Foundation’s Annual Scramble for Scholarships Nets $18,867
On August 17 a total of 100 golfers teed off at River’s Edge Golf Club for the Robert M. Granum Memorial Scramble for Scholarships. The Alpena Community College Foundation hosted this annual event, which netted a total of $18,867 to be distributed in the form of scholarships for ACC’s students.
Besser Company once again served as the tournament’s corporate sponsor and golfers enjoyed a lunch sponsored by Alpena Power Company and The Wartosky Group. Alpena Buick-GMC sponsored a hole-in-one competition which offered a 2019 Buick Encore. Alpena Agency Inc. sponsored a $10,000 cash hole-in-one prize. Beverage sponsors included Alpena Beverage Company, Huron Distributors, Pepsi, and Great Lakes Coca-Cola.
With a score of 54, the winning team was comprised of Phil Straley, Erik Peterson, Adam Peterson, and Todd Skiba. Their prize was four 18-hole rounds of golf on The Jewel, including cart and horse-drawn carriage transportation between the Grand nine and Woods nine, donated by The Grand Hotel. Second place honors went to the team of Jerry Skiba, Alex Tarkington, Tate Skiba, and Tyler Skiba, with a score of 55 earning them a golf package to Treetops Golf Resort in Gaylord. Jim Johnston, Bill Yockey, Kurt Smith, and Spence Fisher received third place honors with a score of 58 and a golf package to one of seven Boyne courses.
Since its inception in 1996, the tournament has generated over $400,000 and provided hundreds of students with much-needed scholarship support. For more information on establishing a scholarship fund, contact ACC Foundation Executive Director Brenda Herman, at 358-7297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.