Sidekicks Players Display Skills on the Golf Course
(ALLEN, TEXAS) The Dallas Sidekicks attended the 33rdAnnual Golf Classic for the Allen-Fairview Chamber of Commerce on September 13th at Heritage Ranch Golf and Country Club. This event helped to raise money for the Chamber to help the local community. Dallas Sidekicks players Raul De La Gala and Billy O'Dwyer along with front office staff members played golf for the event.
It was a beautiful day outside for a round of golf and our players and front office staff members mingled with Sidekicks fans and made some new fans throughout the day.
When asked what he thought about the event, De La Gala said, "It was a great experience to golf at Heritage Ranch Country Club, it's a beautiful golf course! As a Sidekicks player, it's an honor to contribute to our local chamber and local community."
O'Dwyer chimed in as well, "It was a lot of fun getting to know the people behind the scenes that make the city of Allen tick. Also, it was great getting to spend some fun, quality time with people that work behind the scenes with the Sidekicks organization that allow things to run so smoothly."
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