Six reasons to play in the Robert Felix Memorial Golf Tournament
Winter Management Conference is fast-approaching, and you’re probably daydreaming about the many amazing, tempting things to do during your stay in Hawaii. The Tree Care Industry Association Foundation (TCIAF) wants to suggest one outdoor activity you shouldn’t miss, and has the proof to back it up. Here are six solid reasons to play in the Robert Felix Memorial Golf Tournament on Tuesday, February 6, 2018.
Support the future of the industry, and have fun doing it! Organized and hosted by TCIAF, proceeds from this annual event are earmarked to benefit students of arboriculture. By playing in this tournament, you’re truly helping shape the future of our industry!
Golf on the Ka’anapali Kai course is an experience like no other. This alone earns you bragging rights, even if your game has more triple bogeys than aces. While you work on your drive, take in the lush scenery of Hawaii and enjoy the ocean breeze.
Golf is a game that involves a lot of downtime, so it affords plenty of opportunity for quality conversation. You can work on your swing while meeting new people and establishing valuable industry connections.
Because you work hard all year, and now’s your chance to play! What better chance to let loose and have a little fun… on a Tuesday… in February… in Hawaii!
Two words: “Beverage cart.”
Because we’ve made it easy for you. Registration includes a shared cart, green fees, lunch, beverages, and an awards reception with prizes!
All jokes aside, this is an event that simply cannot be missed. Pre-registration is required, and spots are limited! Head to TCIA.org to register for the Robert Felix Memorial Golf Tournament, or call 800-733-2622.
Thanks also to all our supporters who help make this event happen! View the complete list and learn how can get involved, here.