Play in the Chamber’s 21st Annual Golf Classic on May 10, presented by Security Federal Bank
Join the Augusta Metro Chamber on Monday, May 10 at Gordan Lakes Golf Club for the 21st Annual Golf Classic, presented by Security Federal Bank. Spend the day out of the office networking with other members and executives. The Golf Classic is ideal for business development and team building with a round of golf and opportunities to highlight your company through sponsorships and prizes.
Brand new this year will be a complimentary golf clinic on the driving range hosted by Carl Paulson, former PGA touring pro and current host of the SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio “Inside the Ropes.” Paulson will also be broadcasting his radio show from the Gordon Lakes Clubhouse - interviewing Chamber leadership and members along with senior leadership at Fort Gordon.
Additional highlights include free practice range, player raffle, lunch and dinner. Participate and receive prizes for Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Putting Contest and a Hole-In-One grand prize. The afternoon will also feature a Silent Auction for a chance to win an E-Z-GO golf car courtesy of Textron Specialized Vehicles.
Early bird pricing is available for both corporate and hole sponsors. Register by Friday, April 16 to benefit from a price discount. Corporate sponsorships are $650, includes logo recognition and a team of four (price increases to $700 on April 17). Hole sponsors are $350 (price increases to $400 on April 17). Foursome is $450 and includes player gift, round of golf, lunch and dinner for four (price increases to $500 on April 17). Single golfer is $125 and includes player gift, lunch and dinner (price increases to $135 on April 17). Advanced registration is required to play. Sign up at AugustaMetroChamber.com.
The Augusta Metro Chamber’s Annual Golf Classic, on the beautiful 27-hole golf course on Fort Gordon, is an opportunity for our region’s business community to networking and enjoy a fun day out of the office in the tradition of Chamber business development.
Kathryn Freemon, Communications Coordinator
Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce