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 2020 Annual Golf Tournament will be held on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. There is an additoinal per player fee for this activity.
*Rental clubs are available from the course for a fee.
Kick-off the 2020 NAID & PRISM International Conference with this fun and friendly competition.
“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
In designing this premier golf course in Orlando, Florida, two-time British Open Champion Greg Norman and his team put special emphasis on preserving the area’s well-balanced ecosystem thriving with ponds, wetlands, live oaks, and cypress heads.
The result is a breathtakingly beautiful resort golf course that is enhanced by rare natural elements. Wide fairways, strategically placed hazards, generous landing areas, and subtly contoured greens provide a challenging but fair test of a golfer’s abilities.
This course offers seasoned golfers enough challenge while still remaining pleasurable for the occasional golfer. The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes, has been the host of the PNC Father-Son Golf Tournament ( A Senior PGA Tour Challenge Event), been named Marriott Golf Property of the year in 2011, and was ranked Ranked in Conde Nast Traveler Magazine’s “Top 100 Golf Resorts in North America” 2004 – 2011.
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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.