George Puls, Jr. ’44 Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament

In the mid-1980’s, the Nueces County A&M Club and the 12th Man Foundation formed the Corpus Christi A&M Club’s Scholarship Golf Tournament as a scholarship fundraiser for the club. The tournament was a huge success, and, to this day, remains one of the club’s most successful fundraisers. On June 26, 1990, the Nueces County A&M Club, the 12th Man Foundation, and the Association of Former Students decided to name the tournament in honor of George Puls, Jr. ’44. Mr. Puls was the driving force in the organization and promotion of the tournament.

All proceeds collected from this tournament fund the Nueces County A&M Scholarship Program for local high school students. The George Puls, Jr. ’44 Memorial Golf Tournament is open to the public.

2021 Golf Tournament Information

The 2021 golf tournament will be held on Friday, June 11th at River Hills Country Club.
8:00 AM–Registration opens and breakfast will be served
9:00 AM–Shotgun start
12:30-1:00 PM (dependent upon last team finishing)–Lunch and awards (including honoring our scholarship recipients)

For more information or questions, please contact golf chairperson Brice Thomas ’14 at or 361-549-2394.
Registration is limited to 144 players and the deadline to register is June 1st!
Payment via PayPal is preferred.
**There is a $2 “shipping” fee which helps us cover the PayPal fees. There is nothing physically shipped to you!
**To add multiple items to your cart (such as the game package extras), please use the “continue shopping” button in the top right-hand corner of the PayPal site!

2021 Golf Tournament

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Sponsorship levels include:

  • 12th Man Sponsor–$1200
  • Maroon Sponsor–$750
  • White Sponsor–$300

In 2018, Mr. & Mrs. George Puls, III, gave the Nueces County A&M Club a generous donation of $20,000.
To properly thank the Puls family and to have Mr. Puls, Jr. ’44’s legacy live on, the club’s board of directors created an endowed scholarship through The Association of Former Students in Mr. Puls, Jr. ’44’s name.