The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin’s Annual Golf Tournament Moves to Thornberry Creek at Oneida in 2022
The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin’s Annual Golf Tournament, Tee-Time for Autism, will be held at Thornberry Creek at Oneida this summer, Tuesday, August 9th, 2022.
Located just outside Titletown, Thornberry Creek is the official golf course of the Green Bay Packers. The golf course is known for its sloping hills and graceful scenery. Nestled on top of one of the highest peaks in Brown County, Thornberry Creek offers 27 holes of Championship golf to challenge golfers of all ages and abilities. Tee-Time for Autism will take place on the Legends Championship 18-hole course. Learn more about Thornberry Creek here.
The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin is excited to host its 4th Annual Tee-Time for Autism event at a new venue bringing together past supporters and new. Serving the northern 53 counties in Wisconsin, the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin has a wide reach and the funds raised at the event help support Autistic individuals and their families across its service area. The Autism Society’s mission is to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources they need to live fully.
As in past years, Bill Schroeder, Former Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver and Tour Swing Golf Long-Drive Team World Finalist, will join the event out on the golf course and as emcee of the dinner program. Golfers will enjoy 18 holes of scramble format golf along with lunch, two dirnks on the course, and dinner.
Support the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin by sponsoring and/or golfing at the 4th Annual Tee-Time for Autism.