BILLY D'ANTONIO SUMMER CLASSIC
Sunday, August 2, 2020
PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE 8th ANNUAL BILLY D'ANTONIO SUMMER CLASSIC BENEFITTING NATIVITY PREPARATORY ACADEMY.
This year's tournament will be held remotely via 18Birdies
Remote Tournament Guidelines
Take your foursome out to golf anytime between today, July 14th and end of day August 1st.
Golf will remain a scramble style format. You can play any course of your choosing.
To enter the tournament:
Only one person from your team must download on their phone the 18Birdies App using the Button below.
After downloading, click the "Play" button in the bottom middle of your screen. Then select the yellow "Tournament" button.
From there, you will Enter the Billy D Tournament 4 Digit Code: 2172
Enter your team name, choose your course, then play your round while using the virtual scorecard.
OVER $300,000 RAISED SINCE 2013!
This year we will taking our raffle online! Please take a look at our VIP raffle items, buy a few tickets, and cross your fingers! Winners will be announced at the tournament "reception" on August 2nd.
HOW IT WORKS
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE
YOU WILL GET A CONFIRMATION E-MAIL WITH A FORM TO CHOOSE YOUR RAFFLE ITEMS
CHOOSE YOUR ITEMS AND CROSS YOUR FINGERS!
ONE TICKET: $25.00
FIVE TICKETS: $100.00
ABOUT THE CAUSE
All proceeds of the Billy D'Antonio Summer Classic are donated to Nativity Preparatory Academy, a Roman Catholic middle school designed for highly self-motivated, economically disadvantaged students whose potential for academic success has been compromised by negative social and economic factors affecting them and their families.
All the funds are invested as a "Gift of Education". This gift supports a student's tuition cost to attend Nativity Prep for an entire academic year. This is the most powerful gift a young boy or girl can receive given the long term impact it can have for them over time.
After a year teaching at Nativity, Billy made the difficult decision to leave the school he cared so much about and to work as a treasury analyst at John Hancock in Boston. He did not, however, forget his students at Nativity, as he asked about them often, and visited the school when he was home for the holidays. Truly, a piece of himself was left at Nativity, the school he really came to cherish.
Tragically, Billy passed away in March of 2013 while he was living in Boston. With a heavy heart, those who knew Billy closest, his family and friends, especially those from John Carroll and McQuaid, began to think of ideas to turn this incredible sadness into something positive for others, as Billy himself would have done. In the Spring of 2013, a committee met and conceptualized what is today known as the annual “Billy D’Antonio Summer Classic,” a tournament whose proceeds go towards supporting a cause near and dear to Billy’s heart, Nativity. This tournament combines three of Billy’s loves—golf, Nativity, and a great time with friends—and is an incredible way to honor someone who touched so many lives in his short 23 years on earth.