2021 GIAA Annual Golf Outing
Join us for day of fun and sun at the 14th Annual GIAA Golf Outing!
**Registration is closed for this event**
14th Annual GIAA Golf Outing
Beaver Creek Golf Club
It's time to get out and enjoy some fun in the sun! Join us for the 14th Annual GIAA Golf Outing on July 15th, 2021. Help make this year's outing another successful one by registering as a golfer, sponsor, or spectator to contribute to one of our association's most popular events!
1120 NW Towner Drive, Grimes
Thursday, July 15th
Breakfast will be provided
Early bird registration: June 25th
Registration deadline: July 2nd
Any sponsorship purchases made after early bird signup will not be included on print advertising.
Please note that the course will not be able to accommodate individual carts for golfers.
*$30 per golfer charge will be assessed for registrations after 6/25.
To solidify GIAA's commitment to legislative lobbying for each spot purchased GIAA will be making a donation of $7.00 to the NAA PAC.
GIAA will be making safety and the well-being of our members the #1 priority. Masks required unless you are FULLY vaccinated.
Even as restrictions are lifted, your safety continues to be our number one concern. We will monitor and follow guidance from public health agencies on the safest way to welcome you to our events. Visit the CDC Updated Guidelines here.
Bring cash for extra raffle tickets, Par 3 Challenge, mulligans and any other items pertaining to fun!
All registrations include 1 lunch & 2 drink tickets.
Golfing event is open to everyone.
Individuals can sign up as a 'non-golfer' and join in the fun at the 19th Hole.
**All Golf Registrations must be paid in full by July 2nd to secure a spot in the 2021 GIAA Golf outing. Contact the GIAA at email@example.com or 866-562-4422 for alternative payment arrangement. If payment is not made by July 2 registration will be forfeited.**
**All Registrations and Sponsorships are Non-Refundable.**
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|9:00 AM||Shot Gun Start|
|2:00 PM||Raffle Drawing|
Cheater Package Details
2 Mulligans – a free shot for one person for a mulligan
3 Strings: each string to be used one time only on the green to either advance closer to the hole or to complete a putt. The 3 strings are 3, 6 and 9 feet long. Use of the string does not constitute a stroke. For instance, you hit the green in 2 on a par 4 and you are 8 feet from the hole, you can use your 9 foot string and score a 2 on the hole as if you holed it from the fairway. Strings shorter than your putt just get you closer.
1 Pink golf ball - to be used by 1 player, once only, teeing off from the forward tees on your hole of choice. For an all-woman team – 2 extra mulligans in place of pink ball.
Par 3 Challenge
On the Par 3’s, if an individual purchases $10 or more in raffle tickets and your ball ends up on the green on your tee shot, your raffle ticket purchase will be matched at the hole.