Golf Tournament Fundraiser
All proceeds support Western's Energy Management Program
An AAPL accredited, privately funded academic program
Date: Friday September 16th, 2016
Location: Legacy Ridge Golf Club
10801 Legacy Ridge Parkway Westminster, Colorado
Tee-off Time: 1:30 pm
Enjoy a day of golfing with your colleagues, Western students and alumni, while supporting a growing academic program.
Dinner included with registration and prizes & raffle for longest drive, closest to the pin and longest putt.
Why Support Energy Management at Western?
Energy Management is one of nine AAPL accredited programs in the nation and the only one in Colorado.
We have graduated over 100 successful land professionals to date, utilizing our industry funding to do the following:
-Employ passionate and experienced faculty
-Fund field trips and attend industry events like NAPE
-Provide scholarships to dedicated students
We are focused on quality not quantity at Western. We invite you to share in our journey as we scale, and grow your next generation of land professionals.
There are two easy ways to register and/or sponsor: You may pay via credit card or request an invoice from The Foundation.
There are 3 ways you can participate:
Register to play before June 1st: $150 per player or $600 per foursome
Register to play after June 1st: $175 per player or $700 per foursome
Sponsor an Energy Management student to play: $175 per student (tax deductible)
- Become a tournament sponsor
Tournament Sponsorship Opportunities
- $2,000 per hole
- 1 Foursome, Hole Sponsorship, Name on Sponsor Board, Invitation to Reception
- $1000 per hole
- Hole Sponsorship, Name on Sponsor Board, Invitation to Reception
- 2 Paid entry fees
- $500 per hole
- Name on Sponsor Board, Invitation to Reception
Platinum, Closest to the Hole, and Longest Drive sponsorships are also available, ask your Western contact how you can participate at this level.
Tournament SponsorsA special thank you to all of our tournament sponsors, your support is very much appreciated.
The graduates from Western's Energy Management Program are some of the best and brightest in the industry. Your participation is helping to shape and grow your next generation of land professionals.