It’s time to return to the green!
This September, AASP/NJ will bring back its longstanding tradition of gathering the automotive community together for a fun day of golf and interaction for the first time since 2019.
The 16th Annual Lou Scoras Memorial Golf Outing will be held Tuesday, September 19 at the Knob Hill Country Club in Manalapan, NJ. The outing is once again dedicated in memory of the late shop owner and association leader, Lou Scoras of Holmdel Auto Body. A portion of the event proceeds will be applied toward a collision industry scholarship fund.
“AASP/NJ is thrilled to bring back the golf outing,” says AASP/NJ Executive Director Charles Bryant. “The outing was held every year prior to the pandemic, and it has been missed by so many as it’s a great way for industry members to put their daily business aside for one day, relax and share time in the sun with colleagues and friends. The event not only pays tribute to a former influential member, Lou Scoras, but it also raises funds for a scholarship in his name that can only help to engage and inspire the next generation of technicians. Attracting new blood to our industry is crucial in this day and age.”
The action-packed day will begin at 11:30am with registration and lunch, followed by a 1pm shotgun start. The Knob Hill Country Club offers an immaculate and challenging Mark McCumber designed course. Following time on the green, the gathering continues at 5:30pm with a cash bar, dinner and prizes.
Even if one only has a mild interest in the sport, Bryant encourages all to put the stresses aside and plan to spend the day on the green with AASP/NJ.
“Put some time aside and participate, not only in the fun the game has to offer, but in the drinks, dinner and camaraderie you will experience at this wonderful event. One thing is for sure, I will be there!”
Want more? Check out the July 2023 issue of New Jersey Automotive!