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The 9th Annual SMTAI Golf Tournament takes place on Thursday, September 29, 2016, and the Maple Meadows Golf Club. This championship course features a modern combination of links and a prairie design. It’s conveniently located just 10 miles from the Convention Center. Wrap up the week with a day on the links.

COST:
$80 per player, $320 per foursome team
Price Includes:

  • · Round of Golf (18 Holes)
  • · Golf Cart per 2 Golfers
  • · Drink Tickets
  • · Hot Buffet Lunch
  • · Chance to win performance prizes (i.e., longest drive, closest to pin, 1st-3rd place foursomes)

8:30 am Shotgun Start
50+ Players
Best Ball Scramble
Prizes for Performance
Hot Buffet Lunch
Networking!  

To register, click here.

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