Husker football legend set to golf at Heritage Hills
McCOOK, Neb. — Former Nebraska national champion quarterback Tommie Frazier is set to play in a McCook golf tournament next month.
The Peace Lutheran Community Outreach Charity Golf Tournament has Frazer scheduled as a guest participant on Saturday, Aug. 7, according to Heritage Hills’ Facebook page.
The four-person scramble will feature 18 holes, rental carts, two team mullicans and a homemade potluck meal.
The entry fee is $300 per team or$75 per person. All checks should be made payable to Peace Lutheran Church.
Contact Nick Nothnagel at (308) 340-2703 for more information.
The tourney features a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
“You won’t want to miss this great opportunity to raise funds for local charities,” Nothnagel remarked on the Hills Facebook page.
Frazier directed the Huskers to 1994 and 1995 national football championships. During his final three years, the Huskers posted an overall record of 36-1 with only a narrow loss to Florida State in 1993 prevented three consecutive national titles.
Heritage Hills also finished three busy days of Junor Camp this week.
Each day featured contests. Emerson VanPelt and Brigham Robinson were age six to nine winners on Day 3 while Kenzie Michaelis and Reid Loop trimphed among 10 to 14 years old.
Day two featured chipping champions: Maya Price and Kaysen Hazlitt from ages six to 9; Kapri Loop and Cruz McCarty in 10 to 14.
Day one brought Putting Champions of the World.
Hayden Smalley and Eva McCarty won the age six to nine group. Presley Timmerman and Keaton Loop were champions of 10 to 14.