JOIN US FOR OUR ANNUAL B Brave Golf Tournament!
Here’s your chance to enjoy the Woodside Club, an exclusive, members-only country club situated on the former Burden Estate with championship caliber golf, fine dining, and a first-class country club experience. Golf at one of Nassau County’s top courses and support the A-T Children’s Project!
In honor of Brandon
Event Day Itinerary
10:00 AM: GOLFER CHECK-IN
11:30 AM: shotgun start | scramble format
5:00 PM: DINNER CHECK-IN
Hole-in-One contests: Amazing prizes on all Par 3’s!
Dinner, Silent Auction, Raffle, and Awards following Golf
GOLF & Sponsorship Opportunities
Early birds: $250/person | $310/person after August 2nd
Includes: 18 Holes of golf & cart; Hole-in-One contests; Breakfast, lunch & dinner
Reception & Dinner only
Early birds: $110/person | $120/person after August 2nd
$5,000 Tournament Sponsor
Includes corporate foursome with Reception Sponsor benefits PLUS your logo/name as
PRESENTER of B Brave A-T Golf Tournament on all materials
$3,000 reception Sponsor
Includes corporate foursome with Eagle Sponsor benefits PLUS signage at reception bar, recognition in press release, reserved table at reception & option to include company materials in goodie bags
$1,400 corporate foursome
Includes golf package for 4 and benefits of Eagle Sponsor
$600 Eagle Sponsor
Includes benefits of Birdie Sponsor PLUS recognition on golf cart, during cocktail hour and dinner reception, and on Brandon’s Facebook page
$325 Birdie Sponsor
Includes tee sign on course, dinner, recognition on tournament website and program
Raffle or auction item donors needed. Download an item donation form.
Please send electronic image of company logo to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 15th deadline.
For more info or to donate items, contact Darryl or Danielle Payne at 631-834-1432 or email@example.com.
Fair market values: Golf package is $175; Corporate Foursome is $700; Reception and Tournament Sponsors are $700; Birdie and Eagle Sponsors are $105; Reception/Dinner is $105. Anything over the fair market value is tax deductible.