Washington (CNN) - Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann will visit the golf mecca of Pinehurst, North Carolina later this month to raise money for her Republican presidential campaign.
"You are cordially invited to enjoy breakfast and a round of golf with Michele Bachmann, candidate for President of the United States," reads an invitation sent to Bachmann supporters in North Carolina Tuesday and obtained by CNN.
Bachmann is scheduled to "speak and mingle with donors" before visiting with supporters hitting the links on the Dogwood Course at the Country Club of North Carolina on Sept. 30, according to the invitation.
That's the final day of the third quarter fundraising period for the Republican presidential candidates.
Donors contributing $1,000 or higher to Bachmann's campaign get access to the golf course and a breakfast reception, along with special "recognition" from the candidate.
Other supporters are asked to give $500 or $150.
Bachmann spokeswoman Alice Stewart said in an email that the Minnesota Congresswoman does not play golf but "will be there to visit with golfers."
Bachmann also raised money in nearby Charlotte in August.