July 31, 2020

Upcoming Golf Tournament to Benefit Maryhurst

The 2020 Beauties vs.The Beast event is set for Sept. 23

We are ecstatic to announce the 2020 Beauties Vs. The Beast Tournament is a go! The event, organized by the Persimmon Ridge Ladies Golf Association, is a fundraiser for Maryhurst now in its seventh year. It gathers women from across the region who love to golf and support kids in Kentucky at the same time. Here’s how they describe the tournament:

“This is one of the region’s most important—and enjoyable—events. It’s a 2-lady 18-hole team competition with a fun 6-6-6 format. There are lots of great prizes, amazing raffle baskets, tee gifts, great food, exciting and humbling moments :), and it’s all for a worthy and amazing cause, Maryhurst.”

In the best interest of all who participate, the event will look different from years past. All participants will be socially distant and adhering to CDC guidelines.

The event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 at Persimmon Ridge Golf Club and is $100 per lady. The practice range opens at 8AM and start is at 9AM. If you are interested in participating, you can register at bvbgolf.org. For sponsorship information, contact:

Stephanie Young



If you are unable to attend but would like to support Maryhurst through the Beauties vs The Beast, we encourage you to make a donation using this link. In order to credit this group with your gift, please list “Beauties vs. the Beast” in the ‘in honor of’ section of the donation page.

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