Annual Charity Golf ScrambleFall 2017

V-Soft Cares’ Fourth Annual Charity Golf Scramble

The 3rd Annual V-Soft Cares Charity Golf Scramble has ended! We can’t wait to see you in 2017 for number four!

For our 2016 charity Golf Scramble, V-Soft Cares was proud to partner with Aiden’s Legacy, a pediatric children’s cancer nonprofit organization. Aiden, a 12 year old young man and twice cancer survivor, also has the distinction as being the Kentucky Children’s Miracle Network spokesperson for 2016. Thank you for joining us in supporting this amazing charity to help those children battling cancer and their families.

For more information on the 3rd Annual Golf Scramble, please click here.

If you’d like to sponsor the 4th Annual Golf Scramble in 2017, please email us at



Prestigous Valhalla Golf Club
15503 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40245

includes: lunch and dinner, a round of scramble golf at Valhalla, raffle prize entry, driving range, and the opportunity to connect with community leaders

Please note that sponsors are given priority to play. If you want a sure opportunity at this exclusive event, review the sponsorship level guide and contact Jessica Gassler, Sponsor Chair, today.


Registration 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Lunch 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Shotgun Start 1:15 PM
Dinner  5:30 – 6:30 PM
Silent Auction 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Awards & Raffle 6:30 PM


This will be a scramble with a few wrinkles – we’re looking forward to you joining us to experience the splendor of Valhalla!


We will have many exciting prizes being offered at the event. Here is just a sampling of the prizes we will be raffling off:

  • Raffle Prizes TBD


We have multiple sponsorship opportunities available for those who want to assist with this event. Please review the sponsorship level guide and contact Jessica Gassler, Sponsor Chair today to get in on this exclusive opportunity. Reach her at (502) 425-8425 or by emailing



Email or call Jessica at (502) 425-8425

“When we launched Aiden’s Legacy, we realized the money would be a secondary priority. The education and awareness of pediatric cancer was first and foremost. The more people who know about it, the more people can be involved and there is potential for more money to be raised.”- Gena Johnson, Aiden's mom