Golf Tournament

The Annual Golf Tournament is more than a conference tradition. By those who choose to attend, they know it as a conducive environment for networking in a laid-back setting as well as a thoroughly enjoyable way to kick-off the entire NAID & PRISM International event amongst peers. This is true for pro-golfers and occasional golfers alike since the tournament is a scramble.

The 2019 Annual Golf Tournament sponsored by Vecoplan, LLC will be held on April 10, 2019, at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, Colorado.

This beautiful 18-hole course showcases incredible views of the Rocky Mountains and expansive views of the plains, which is probably why this course has been listed by Golf Week as a “course of distinction”.

This course offers seasoned golfers enough challenge while still remaining pleasurable for the occasional golfer. Green Valley Ranch Golf Club is the annual home to the Colorado Open, Colorado Women’s Open, and Colorado Senior Open. Due to the prestige of holding these elite tournaments, the course has also won numerous awards from Colorado AvidGolfer Magazine including “Best Denver Region Course”, “Best Risk/Reward Hole” (#18), and “Best Course Conditions”.

Sign-up to attend the Annual Golf Tournament sponsored by Vecoplan when you register to attend the 2019 NAID & PRISM International Conference & Expo. There is a $125 per player fee for this activity.

“The golf tournament was a lot of fun. I think I shot a 55 over; that’s pretty good. If you think you’re a bad golfer, you’re probably better than me so come out and join us next year for the golf tournament.”

-Jay Ricker, Shred Northwest

 

Golf Tournament Includes:

 

– Green Fee, Cart w/ GPS

– Unlimited Practice Balls

– Round Trip Transportation from Event Hotel to the Golf Course

– Banquet Dinner

– Plus, it’s a Fun Networking Opportunity

Kick-off the 2019 NAID & PRISM International Conference with this fun and friendly competition.

Weather Policy

Regardless of current weather conditions of predictions, golfers must show up at the assigned time for the event. Only at the assigned time of the event will a decision be made whether to cancel the event.