Monmouth Park will host the first-ever Joes vs. Jocks Mini
Golf Festival sponsored by Monmouth Medical Center’s “Roll Out The Ribbons”
campaign on Friday, July 26 at the new Bluegrass Mini Golf course. The event will serve as the kickoff to
William Hill Haskell Weekend and help raise money and awareness for the
Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund.
place from 6pm-10pm after the races, the Joes vs. Jocks Mini Golf Festival will
feature mini golf, food trucks, a live band and much more.
As part of
the festival, 36 foursomes will have the opportunity to play 18 holes of mini
golf with members of the Monmouth
Park jockey colony as
well as other racing personalities. Each
foursome costs $100 and also includes unlimited mini golf the rest of the
night, a VIP gift bag, commemorative scorecard, souvenir ball, and prizes to the
of the Monmouth Park
jockey colony, I’m very excited to be a part of this first-time event,” said
13-time leading Monmouth
Park jockey Joe
Bravo. “I look forward to helping kick
off Haskell weekend and being able to play golf with some of the great Monmouth Park fans. It’s nice to see Monmouth Park
come up with such an exciting new event for such a great cause.”
“walk-up” golfers, wristbands for unlimited mini golf with family and friends
will be sold for $20 for adults, $15 for children 12 and under.
trucks will be in attendance for the Joes vs. Jocks Mini Golf Festival: Jersey
Shore staple Max’s Hot
Dogs, Pizza Vita – home of award-winning Neapolitan pizza – and Kona Ice
festival’s music will be performed live by the Rachel Allan Band, courtesy of
Rockin’ Country Thunder 106.3FM.
Thunder106 will also broadcast live from the event with multiple games
and giveaways throughout the night.
sponsor Monmouth Medical Center
will also be on-site at the event raising money and awareness for their
summer-long “Roll Out The Ribbons” campaign.
More information on that cause can be found at
interested in purchasing one of the 36 foursomes to play 18 holes of mini golf
with Monmouth jockeys and other racing personalities can find the entry form at
www.monmouthpark.com. For more information, call Brian Skirka at 732-571-6595 or email at