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District 7770's 3rd Annual Rotary National Golf Invitational (RGNI) on Friday, June 23, in Myrtle Beach, SC.  Yes, this is our 3rd year!

This might be the best Rotary National Golf Championship to be played at the Golf Capital of the World on the Grand Strand at Murrells Inlet, South Carolina on a Clyde Johnston masterpiece, the Wachesaw Plantation East.

Architect Clyde Johnston created an alluring taste of Scottish design. The Scottish golf heritage is evident in the traditional mounding and rolling fairways that lead to the fast and true Tif-eagle greens. Freshwater lakes of this former rice plantation and scenic wetlands provide a tranquil background to enhance your golf experience.


Our Goal

Last year we raised over $30,000 for two very important charities – End Polio Now and The CART Fund

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In 1988 Rotary International made a promise to the children of the world to eradicate polio. Polio has been eradicated in all but two countries – Afghanistan and Pakistan. Rotarians have given over $2.1 billion. And as of today, there aren't any Wild Polio Cases or any Vaccine Derived Polio Cases reported. We can do this!


The CART (Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust) program was started in 1996 when Rotarians began emptying their pocket of change at weekly meetings. 100% of all donated funds go to Alzheimer’s research. CART has awarded over $9.2 million for grants to recognized US research institutions.

The Invitational isn't just for Rotarians.  Invite your family, friends and business partners to join you for a day of good golf and great fun.  This year we hope to have more teams - at least 30 teams or 120 players... that would be awesome! If you aren't a golfer, perhaps you can support RNGI by becoming a sponsor. There are a lot of ways to do that. Your support will not only reach Rotarians in our District but will also allow you to market to individuals and business owners outside of our District. Rotarians will promote the tournament and will enthusiastically promote the sponsors that make it happen. That is 3,500 Rotarians spreading the word to support your business.

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