Tats and Tees golf tournament benefits cancer patient

Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 27, 2019

Salem Glen Country Club held the Tats and Tees Golf Tournament on June 20. The tournament was held to help and honor Josh Walser who is battling cancer. He was diagnosed on May 4 and had emergency surgery that day.

Josh is not able to work at this time and the family does not have insurance, so Salem Glen held this tournament to raise money for his medical bills. The tournament raised more than $16,000 to help his family with these expenses. There were well over 110 participating golfers in this tournament.

Josh’s wife Katie, a longtime employee of Salem Glen, and their son Kody and daughter Jenna appreciate all who helped with this tournament.

A special thanks to Brian and Stephanie Hurst who arranged the tournament along with the many sponsors.

Donations can be sent to:

Salem Glen Country Club

Attn: Sandy

1000 Glen Day Drive

Clemmons, NC 27012