Plan to join us on Monday, May 19th as we kick off Montgomery IT Summit 2014 with our annual Tom Brantley Charity AFCEA Golf Tournament. Be a Wynlakes Country Club member for a day and golf one of the South's premier clubs.
Proceeds from the Golf Tournament benefit the Montgomery AFCEA Chapter Education Foundation. Since its inception, the Montgomery AFCEA Education Foundation has invested over $3 million dollars in scholarships and other benefits for Montgomery area students, helping to transform Montgomery into one of the fastest growing centers of technical excellence in the Southern United States.
Your registration fee covers all costs for this fun event, including three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), practice range balls, greens fees, cart rental, and snack and drink carts during the round. Teams are decided by handicaps given during registration. Play is a scramble format. Skill prizes are available, as well as prizes for the first six teams. The tournament consists of a morning and afternoon flight, with all golfers coming back together after the afternoon flight for dinner and recognition of the skill prize winners and the top teams. We wrap up our evening with a quick report on the proceeds from the event and a drawing for the door prizes.
PLEASE NOTE: Rental clubs are not available at Wynlakes.
PLEASE NOTE: Military and DoD Civilian Personnel must pay a registration fee and take leave to participate.
Take advantage of the many opportunities available to partner with us in sponsoring this event. A broad range of sponsorship opportunities exist for companies and organizations of all sizes. Click here for complete sponsorship information. Corporate sponsorship includes having your corporate logo displayed on the large LCD digital scoreboard during the tournament.
|Golf at Wynlakes Golf & Country Club offers an experience that is exciting and challenging. The 200 acre championship course winds through rolling hills, 14 shimmering lakes and large oaks with dangling moss. Beautifully manicured fairways and greens, colorful landscaping, and strategically placed fountains and bridges make each hole a splendid visual experience.
The golf course, designed by world renowned architect Joe Lee, opened in 1986 and was renovated by Billy Fuller and re-opened in 2006. Diverse course design features such as sculptured fairways, plentiful bunkers, and plateau greens enhance the challenge.