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Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing

The Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing  
Wednesday, July 31st
Otter Creek Golf Course

11522 East 50 North, Columbus, Indiana

Columbus Youth Hockey/Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing is just a few short weeks away.  Each year the Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship makes it possible for children, in our community, to play hockey.  This exciting golf outing raises the funds necessary to provide these scholarships.  There are many ways you can participate and help fund these scholarships:

  • Become a donor! Donations of any amount are tax-deductible and appreciated.
  • Become a sponsor! Sponsorship opportunities begin at $100 and include sponsoring a food and beverage cart and personalized tee signs.
  • Show up and play! Please join us for a shotgun start at 1:00pm.  Sign up individually for $125 or as a team of four for $400.  Registration fee includes free beverages on the golf course and dinner.  


The Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship Fund is administrated by The Heritage fund of Bartholomew County.   Scholarship disbursements totaled over $5,400 for the 2018-19 season, providing the opportunity for youth of Columbus to play Columbus Youth Hockey house league and Columbus Flames travel hockey.

For sponsorship information or to sign up for golf, please contact Allison Clark 812-350-8351 or If you wish to mail a donation, please make the check out to the following: 

CYH/Ritz Golf
P.O Box 484
Columbus, Indiana 47202-0484


The Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship Committee 
Buck Ritz, Brian Clark, Allison Clark, and Brad Bennett

Columbus Youth Hockey – Bryan Ritz Memorial Scholarship Fund is administered by The Heritage Fund, the Community Foundation of Bartholomew County.


Now accepting new sponsors for the 2019-2020 season!

2019 Hockey for Heroes Tournament

The Icemen will present the 2019 Hockey for Heroes Tournament check to 300 Miles Because He’s My Brother on July 6, 2019.  The tournament raised $1500 and we are honored be donating these funds to this organization!

300 Miles Because He's My Brother Logo

22 Veterans commit suicide a day, Kyle is running 300 miles to bring awareness, and to let those 22 know that they are not alone. I would like to see that 22 turn to 0.