Golf Tournament

All bets par off, grab your clubs and make the course be with you on Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Raptor Bay Golf Club

About the Tournament

Courtesy of the AGC Service & Supply Council, and for the benefit of the AGC Education and Research Foundation, AGC will host its first Winter Golf Tournament at the close of its 2022 Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management. The location will be the Raptor Bay Golf Club, which lies less than five minutes from the conference venue in Bonita Springs, Florida.

The tournament will take place on Wednesday, January 26, 2022, with a shotgun start at 12:00 Noon. Please join your fellow golfers for what promises to be a great annual event! The par-71 championship course at the Raptor Bay Golf Club poses unique challenges for golfers of all skill levels.

Registration for the event includes golf cart, box lunch, post-tournament reception and round-trip shuttle service from and to the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point. Net proceeds will all go to the AGC Education and Research Foundation.

AGC Education & Research Foundation

Important Event Details

The field will be limited, so make a point of registering early! The registration fees are the following:

Foursome: $1,200.00

Single: $350.00

Optional Club Rental:
$75.00 with Pro V1 golf balls
$65.00 with Velocity or similar golf balls

*On the registration site, you will be asked to pick whether you would like left- or right-handed clubs.

Buses will begin running from the front door of the resort to the golf course when the conference ends at 11:45 am. Buses will begin running from the golf course back to the hotel at 6:00 pm.

Sponsorships Available

Opportunities to sponsor this Winter Golf Tournament are available to everyone interested in supporting the AGC Foundation, including sureties, bond producers, insurance carriers and insurance brokers. For details, click here or contact AGC’s Jeff Wilson at jeff.wilson[@]

About the AGC Education & Research Foundation

Established in 1968, the AGC Education and Research Foundation awards scholarships to construction management and engineering students to help with the ever-rising cost of college tuition. The Foundation also recognizes an Outstanding Educator and notable James L. Allhands student essay through its awards programs. In addition, the Foundation provides research that supports its mission of furthering industry goals. Two of the research initiatives started by the Foundation include the Industry Residency Program and Industry Case Studies.

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About the AGC Service & Supply Council

The AGC Service & Supply Council provides AGC service and supply members with a voice in the association. Since 1997, the Council has worked to represent the interests of the more than 10,000 service and supplier members that contribute significantly to the largest and most prominent association serving the U.S. commercial construction industry.