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Outdoor O’More, Mallet Madness

Outdoor O’More, Mallet Madness

O’More College of Design if proud to present Outdoor O’More, Mallet Madness 07 the second annual Croquet Tournament on Saturday, September 15th. The event will be held at Battleground Academy and on the campus of O’More College of Design.

This year’s event details include courts at Battleground Academy and the Grand Championship court on O’More College of Design’s campus. The tournament starts at 7:00 a.m. There will be a Professional division and an Amateur division. Each game will last approximately 55 minutes. There will be three teams of two playing against each other. The winning team will advance to the next round. A fun time to be had by all!

The Amateur players will be offered a training session before they begin. For just a mere $75 dollars per Amateur/$150 per Professional, you will enjoy a continental breakfast, BBQ lunch, t-shirt, and one-year 9 wicket USCA membership. Also with each registration, you receive admittance to our Croquet Soiree and Silent Auction on September 14th from 6 to 8 p.m. at O’More College of Design. The Amateur grand prize winners will receive a $1000 purse to be divided between teammates. And the Professionals will receive a $1500 purse to be divided between teammates.

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about O’More College of Design in the community. Proceeds from the tournament will provide much needed scholarships for creative and dedicated students. With your help we can keep fanning the flame of creativity in our students and continue to give hope for a bright future.

So put on your knickers and argyle socks and join us for a little friendly competition! If you have any questions, please call Merry Sedlak at 615-794-4254 ext. 239 or visit us online at To register.

O’More College of Design is a distinguished, four year, accredited college awarding bachelor of fine arts degrees in Interior Design, Fashion Design and Merchandising, and Visual Communications. The College has been located in the historic district of Franklin, Tennessee since its beginning in 1970.