The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Golf Tournament on Oct. 20 at the Fort Myers Country Club. Once again, the Chamber is bringing back the famous helicopter golf ball drop. This event will include a “Taste of the Chamber;” lunch will be provided to the players as they make their way around the course. The awards ceremony and cocktail hour will take place on the 10th tee box on the golf course.
The tournament is a best ball scramble. Registration and sponsorship forms can be found online at www.fortmyers.org. Tournament fees are $125 per player, $550 per foursome. Entry fees include: cart and greens fee, “Taste of the Chamber,” beverages throughout the day and on the course, cocktail party, awards ceremony and goody bag. The Chamber will also be offering corporate foursomes for $700 which includes raffle tickets, mulligans, team photo and a Tee Sponsorship.
“The Chamber is excited to be partnering with the Fort Myers Country Club to help celebrate 100 years,” said Colleen DePasquale, executive director. “This sold out annual event is a day of relationship building and fun. Even if you are not a golfer you can join us in the evening for the helicopter ball drop, food and music.”
For more information on raffle prize donations and sponsorship opportunities please contact Landen Drake at 239-332-3624, ext. 213 or via email at Landen@fortmyers.org. Please send all event questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, please visit www.fortmyers.org or stop in at the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce office Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following sponsors for their support: Victory Layne Chevrolet, Scanlon Auto Group, Shoeless Joe’s, Iron Ridge Insurance, Lamar Advertising, Florida Gulf Coast University and Molloy and DeHaan-Garland, a Practice of Ameriprise Financial, CenturyLink and Suncoast Credit Union. All tournament proceeds will help benefit the GFMCC’s efforts in supporting Lee County education, networking events for local businesses, and civic and commercial growth programs.