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Join us in honoring the legacy of Bruce Harbeson at the 3rd Annual Harbeson Memorial Golf Scramble.

WHEN 

Friday, June 11, 2021 
REGISTER

  • Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m
  • Shotgun start at 1:00 p.m.
  • Dinner at 6:00 p.m.
  • Registration Deadline is Friday, June 4 
  • Proceeds will go to the Harbeson Scholarship Fund

Unable to attend but still want to contribute to Bruce's scholarship?

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Location

Hidden Creek Golf Club

4975 Utica Sellersburg Road
Sellersburg, IN  47172

Directions Website

CONTESTS AND PRIZES

  • Mulligans
  • Silent Auction
  • Putting Contest
  • Raffle (NEW!) - Enter for your chance to win a round of golf for four at the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort plus an overnight stay for four guests.  Tickets are $50 each and only 100 will be sold.  The drawing will take place at 6:00 pm on June 11th.  All proceeds benefit Bruce's scholarship fund.  Purchase your ticket now while they last!  Many thanks to our friends at French Lick Resort!

Bruce Harbeson Memorial endowed scholarship

Thanks to incredible support from family, friends, and alumni, The Bruce Harbeson Memorial Endowed Scholarship at Hanover College will soon be awarded to its second student recipient for the 2021-22 school year!  Proceeds from this year's golf outing will again go directly to the scholarship fund, ensuring that your support will have an impact on future Harbeson Scholarship recipients.  Whenever possible, the scholarship will be granted to a student from southern Indiana, with special consideration given to graduates of Bruce’s alma mater, Providence (Ind.) High School. 

 

Who was BRUCE HARBESON?

Bruce was a great husband, father, grandfather, brother, son, uncle, friend, leader, and coach.

 

He was an outstanding student-athlete at Providence High School and Hanover College, excelling in both the classroom and on the field of play.  At Providence, he led the ’71 Pioneer football team to a then-school-record season from his quarterback position.  In baseball, he led the Pioneers to a 14-game winning streak as the team’s shortstop and 24-5 overall record.  He was a great captain and leader both on and off the field. At Hanover, he continued the same skills, leading the football team to 26 consecutive regular-season wins as the starting QB and captain. 


Hanover was ranked his final 3 seasons and finished in the top 4 in the country during his junior and senior campaigns.  He was the MVP and 1st team All-Conference and All-District QB as a Junior and Senior.  In Baseball, Bruce was a 4-year starter at shortstop leading the Panthers to the playoffs and, as in football, was the team MVP.  He was also the recipient of the Scholar-Athlete Award at Hanover as well as a member of Hanover’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

 

After graduation, Bruce continued his athletic pursuits coaching summer baseball at the high school level while enjoying competing in tennis (he was an excellent USTA performer), golf, and enjoying water skiing.

When Bruce returned to Southern Indiana, he immediately joined the junior high coaching staff at Providence and then moved up to coach the quarterbacks at the high school.  He touched so many lives, young and old, with his soft-spoken ways and great knowledge of sports.


Bruce was a great player and coach, and an even better person!  

Unable to attend but would still like to contribute to Bruce's scholarship? Donate now.

 

 

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