Date: Monday, June 10, 2019
Time: 8:00a Meet & Greet, 8:30a Tee Time
Place: Tri Mountain Golf Course
1701 NW 299th Street
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Green Fees: 9 holes - $34 (includes cart)
Note: We will be scoring only the first 9 holes for the official tournament. Players are welcome to play 18 with advance reservation. Additional fees will apply.
Contact: Jeff Bowe at email@example.com to register!
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Contact Jeff Bowe at 360-481-5233 for more information on these opportunities or to confirm your participation.
Sponsorship fees support the Washington Society of Association Executives Annual Conference.
Contact Jeff Bowe to register!
This year’s golf committee is excited to announce that we’ve secured our course for the 2019 WSAE Golf Tournament, now known as Swing, Slice & Shank. We’ll be at Tri Mountain Golf Course, just 15 minutes north of our host hotel in Vancouver. To bolster this year’s turnout, we’d like everyone who participated last year to mentally commit to recruiting one player for next year. Remember, there are no skill requirements and newbies are encouraged to participate! For each player you recruit who subsequently participates, your name will be entered in a drawing for a great prize!
Plus, we’ve added more in 2019!
Promoting the event to newbies should be extremely easy based on the amusing day and joyful camaraderie that we experienced last year. If someone is hesitant to participate because they’ve never played golf, here is a helpful link you can send to beginners on Golf 101. This article may even boost their desire to finally take-up those lessons they’ve had on their to-do list.
“Learning to play golf is one of the greatest things you can do, both professionally and personally. Golf is a game for life and when you consider the joy through relationships that are developed in golf you can begin to see why. Golf has bridged communication gaps between parents and adolescent children, it has introduced and forged lifelong friendships and yes, it has led to new business opportunities. The relationships are not forced and contrived, because a passionate golfer can appreciate another who shares his or her zeal for the game.” Written by Hazeltine National on Aug 9, 2012