The Last Drive 2024 - Eagle Nation Collective
Thursday, February 29, 2024

The Last Drive 2024

Benefiting the Mens and Women's golf teams at Georgia Southern University! Each $100 donated equals 1 ticket entered into the chance drawing opportunity.

Thursday, February 29, 2024 6:30 pm
Thursday, February 29, 2024 9:00 pm
3772 Country Club Rd. Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Cost for non-NIL members: $100

To continue their success in the classroom and on the course, it is vital for each golf program to have the resources necessary to compete at the highest level. The purpose of “The Last Drive” is to facilitate an engaging way for donors to contribute to the overall health of the programs in areas like technology, training, gear, related team events, and facility maintenance. Your donation includes entry(s) into a chance drawing to win special prizes listed below.

*Each $100 donated equals 1 entry in a chance drawing opportunity.*


Donate to Enter For a Chance to Win!

Drawing and Auction Prizes include Foursomes at Select Golf Courses and MORE!

Golf Courses:

  • Ohoopee Match Club
  • Peachtree Golf Club
  • Frederica Golf Club
  • Ocean Forest Golf Club
  • The Tree Farm
  • Ford Field and River
  • Ansley Golf Club
  • Athens Country Club
  • Atlanta Athletic Club
  • Bartram Trail
  • Belle Meade C.C.
  • Bermuda Run C.C. (NC)
  • Big Canoe Golf Club
  • Brunswick C.C.
  • Capital City Club
  • Chechessee Creek Club
  • Colleton River Club
  • Doublegate Country Club: Golf and Dinner Package
  • Dublin Country Club
  • East Lake Golf Club
  • Forest Heights C.C.
  • Georgia Southern Golf Course
  • Glen Arven C.C.
  • Golf Club at Cuscowilla
  • Harbour Town Golf Links
  • Kenmure C.C. (NC)
  • Kinderlou Forest
  • Polo Country Club
  • Reynolds Lake Oconee Creek Club
  • Richmond Hill Golf Club
  • River Forest Golf Club
  • Savannah Golf Club
  • Savannah Harbour
  • Savannah Quarters
  • Sea Island
  • Sea Palms
  • Secession Golf Club
  • The Georgia Club
  • The Landings Club
  • The Standard Club
  • Woodmont Country Club

Other Prizes:

  • JUVE Integrative Wellness Package
  • 2-Night Stay in Luxurious Downtown Savannah Townhome
  • 2023 PGA Championship Flag signed by Champion, Brooks Koepka
  • Yeamans Hall Club / Beach Stay Charleston, SC Package
  • Custom Gifts from TrueBlue Ball Markers
  • (2) 1-Hour Golf Lessons with PGA/Forest Heights Teaching Pro, John Smith
  • Custom Spartina Flats Fishing Rod
  • Bottle of Blantons
  • Premium Wine Package
  • Exclusive Georgia Southern Golf Gear
  • VIP Hunting Experience at Broomsedge Rod and Gun Club
  • VIP Experience for 8 at GSU Golf Complex
  • RBC Heritage Saturday Ticket Package
  • RBC Heritage Sunday Ticket Package
  • …and MORE!!

Donor does not have to be present win. This event is open to the public.

6:30PM: Social Hour with Appetizers and Open Bar
6:45PM: Silent Auction Begins
7:30PM: Chance Drawing(s) and Live Auction
8:30PM: Closing Remarks

PLEASE NOTE: All Proceeds from the event will go towards raising funds for both the Men’s & Women’s Golf programs. This event is not officially affiliated with Georgia Southern University, as all proceeds will be gifted to the Georgia Southern University Athletic Foundation as a donation.

For more information on this fundraiser, please contact or call 912-678-5953 or 912-515-9726



  • What is name, image, and likeness (NIL)?

    NIL comes from the right of publicity, which is an intellectual property right that protects a person’s right to use their name, image, likeness, or other components of their identity (e.g., nickname, pseudonym, voice, signature, likeness, jersey number, or photograph) for commercial benefits or promotional purposes.

  • When was compensation for name, image, and likeness (NIL) activities approved by the NCAA?

    On July 1, 2021, the NCAA enacted the Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) policy. This was a direct result of O’Bannon and Alston’s legal cases.

  • What is the NCAA’s policy on compensation for name, image, and likeness (NIL)?
    • Student-athletes (including recruits) CAN engage in NIL Activities that are consistent with the laws of the state where the school is located;
    • Student-athletes CAN use a professional services provider for NIL Activities;
    • NIL CAN NOT be used as a recruiting inducement (i.e., compensation for NIL Activities cannot be contingent on enrollment at a particular institution);
    • NIL CAN NOT be paid on a performance-related basis (i.e., pay-for-play); and
    • All NIL activities MUST be quid pro quo: there must be an exchange of goods or services for compensation related to one’s NIL.
  • What is an approved NIL-related activity?

    An approved NIL activity occurs when a student-athlete provides a service using their NIL in exchange for some form of compensation at market value. The most important concept associated with an approved NIL-related activity is “an exchange of services.” The student-athlete provides a service using their NIL, and the recipient of that service compensates the student-athlete in return. NIL activities include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Social media influencing and other promotions
    • Personal appearances at businesses, conferences, camps, parties, TV ads, radio ads, print ads
    • Endorsements of a third-party
    • Student-athlete-run camps and private lessons
    • Autographs
    • Sale of student-athlete-owned apparel and personal items
    • Student-athlete-run businesses
  • Are there any limitations on NIL deals?

    Yes. Student-athletes cannot enter into deals that promote any third party related to or associated with the development, production, promotion, distribution, wholesaling, or retailing of the following: tobacco products, including but not limited to any tobacco product, alternative nicotine products, electronic nicotine delivery system; alcohol products, beverage, or brand; adult entertainment products and/or services; gambling/sports wagering in any format (i.e., in person, online, etc.); prescription pharmaceuticals; NCAA banned substances; weapons (including but not limited to firearms and ammunition), political advertising, or other opportunities that go against Georgia Southern University values.

  • May a student-athlete receive money/goods without providing a service?

    No, if a student-athlete receives money or goods without providing a service, it would be considered an extra benefit under existing NCAA rules. The student-athlete would be deemed immediately ineligible and must go through the NCAA’s reinstatement process before returning to competition. All NIL activities MUST be quid pro quo: there must be an exchange of goods or services for compensation related to one’s NIL. However, there can be no compensation tied to athletic performance such as statistical achievements, wins, or awards.

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