Date(s) - 09/21/2017 - 09/22/2017
GA Invitational Golf Tournament
This legacy annual golf tournament is the largest golf outing in middle Georgia and consists of three separate rounds played over two days. It is held at Pine Oaks Golf Course on Robins Air Force Base, GA. This championship layout features gently rolling fairways and a distinct variety of holes that wind through old southern oaks and majestic pines. Strategically placed bunkers around the greens provide a great challenge for even the sharpest of the short game!
- Separate prizes awarded for each round.
- Foursomes compete in a “scramble” handicap format.
- Players receive a commemorative golf shirt as well as a breakfast or lunch buffet.
The unforgettable and traditional “Plantation Supper”, held in the Century of Flight Hangar at the Museum of Aviation, for players is on Thursday evening. Finally, the golf tournament concludes with a barbecue awards dinner on Friday evening at the Pine Oaks Golf Course on Robins Air Force Base.
The Museum of Aviation relies on the generosity and support of gracious donors. Your gift prepares the next generation by helping the Museum educate and inspire our visitors, recruit the future workforce and for those who have contributed the Air Force history. Please consider being a champion by donating to the Georgia Invitational Golf Tournament.
For registration and detailed information on the two day tournament or Plantation Supper, simply click the following link.
In order to host a successful and first class golf tournament, we need volunteers! Do you enjoy meeting and greeting or possibly being a spotter on a beautiful day at Pine Oaks Golf Course? Please check out the volunteer benefits below. Enjoy breakfast or lunch, devour steak and shrimp at the Plantation Supper, receive a commemorative volunteer shirt and more!
You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about participating. Or call Dan at 478.926-4242.
A very special thanks to Colsa Corporation for donating a 70″ Vizio television! All proceeds from the raffle, which will be held at the Friday BBQ, will go towards the Museum of Aviation’s STEM Education Programs.
The Museum of Aviation Education Center operates Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and History-focused education programs and field trips for learners ages 4 to adult under five major programs. Rigorous, goal setting experiences challenge students to solve problems. Programs are aligned to state and national education standards. Education programs and field trips highlight career opportunities and workforce development strategies and are conducted both on the school site and at the Museum of Aviation.
2017 GEORGIA INVITATIONAL
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