2014 RMJ-CUNA MUTUAL GOLF CLASSIC
updated 07/15/14 11:14 AM
Tournament Registration Now Open
The 13th Annual Richard Myles Johnson Foundation (RMJ)/CUNA Mutual Golf Classic tournament is coming to Newport Beach, CA on Aug. 18! Registration is now open (see below).
Held at the prestigious Newport Beach Country Club, the tournament grounds feature a 6,600-yard, par 71 course redesigned by world-renowned Ted Robinson. Proceeds will benefit the RMJ Foundation, which provides support to California and Nevada credit unions’ financial literacy efforts.
The tournament schedule:
Event sponsorship opportunities are also available.
The RMJ Foundation supports the financial education efforts of credit unions in California and Nevada, with a special focus on youth financial education. It partners with credit unions to deliver a “Bite of Reality,” a two-and-a-half hour financial reality simulation for local teenagers.
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