McGinnis Memorial golf tournament to benefit vocational programs, students

The seventh annual Kelly McGinnis Memorial Foundation (KMMF) Golf Tournament, named after  a 2005 Ramona High School graduate who died in a car accident, will be held on Saturday, May 18, at Eagle Crest Golf Club in Escondido.

Kelly McGinnis was only 18 when he died on Christmas Eve 2005. Although he found traditional school difficult, he discovered a real interest in the Ramona High vocational programs. His family created the foundation in his honor to help other students.

All proceeds from this year’s tournament will benefit vocational programs and students at San Diego County high schools.

Tournament check-in starts at 11:45 a.m., followed by a putting contest at noon, and shotgun start at 1 p.m. The cost to participate is $135 per golfer, which includes cart, range balls, golf, challenge holes, lunch, dinner, and an opportunity drawing ticket. Those who do not plan on golfing but would like to participate can purchase a banquet ticket for $35 that includes dinner and a drawing ticket.

Eagle Crest Golf Club is at 2492 Old Ranch Road in Escondido.

To register for the KMMF tournament or for more information, visit, email, or call 619-303-0206.

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