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7:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
12:00 – 1:15 p.m. Lunch Buffet
1:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
Awards Presentation following afternoon round.
River North Country Club – Directions Here
Formerly known as Healy Point
Breakfast or lunch in the clubhouse, greens fee, riding cart, range balls, and distinctive commemorative golf swag.
All are welcome to attend the Awards Presentation following the tournament!
Brig Gen Robert L. Scott, Jr. – The Hero
The 19th Annual Brig Gen Robert L. Scott, Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament is a four-person scramble. There will be two rounds of golf to choose from; 8:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. This spectacular golf tournament is held annually at an exclusive country club, in honor of the achievements of Macon’s hometown hero during World War II. Best known as author of the book, God is My Co-Pilot and for his WWII air combat service, Robert L. Scott captured the attention of the nation in desperate need of a hero. Challenged to carry on the winning tradition of General Chennault’s famous Flying Tigers, Colonel Scott led by example – downing a total of 13 Japanese airplanes with nine more listed as “probables”. The life and character of this famous American airman is so much more… soar with us in celebrating of our very own hometown hero.
Registration and Information – Please note: Two rounds of golf. Please let us know 8:00am or 1:30pm.
Individual Registration – Please note: Two rounds of golf. Please let us know 8:00am or 1:30pm.
With your support, we continue to tell the story of our American heroes and inspire future generations!
Colonel (ret) Fritz Heck is the Chief of Advanced Programs and Simulation at AFRC Headquarters. He is responsible for oversight of the Advanced Programs portfolio of the Air Force Reserves as well as the support for all Reserve-owned simulator programs. He facilitates matters pertaining to the oversight of Air Force Reserve flying hour program, the largest single program in the Air Force Reserves, at over one billion dollars.
Colonel Heck began his career upon graduation from the Air Force Academy in 1987 followed by undergraduate pilot training at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. He served in the Air Force as a fighter pilot in the RF-4C, F-4G Wild Weasel, and F-15E. After 13 years on active duty, he received a Reserve appointment and joined the 339th Flight Test Squadron at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. He retired from the military as the Chief of Standardization and Evaluation for HQ AFRC at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. A career Instructor Pilot and Evaluator, Colonel (ret) Heck is a command pilot with more than 3000 flying hours in multiple fighter aircraft.
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