Monday, April 4, 2016
The Courses at Andrews
7:30am Shotgun Start; Scramble Format
$99 per person; $50 Golf Club Rental

Gather up your colleagues and take advantage of this great opportunity to golf at the courses at Andrews Air Force Base. We will be utilizing the South and East Courses and should be able to accommodate all comers.

Please note a few items before registering for this event:

  • This year, the golf outing is the kick-off event of the convention and is a 7:30am shotgun start, with a 6:30am departure from the hotel.

  • Because we are golfing on an active military base, you will be required to provide your Driver's License number and State when registering, as well as for any guests that you plan to pay for.

  • No one will be able to be added to the golf outing on site. All golfer names and information must be turned into the golf course by Wednesday, March 29.

  • From the longest tees, the South Course features 6,748 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by Brian T. Ault, ASGCA and opened in 1998. The course rating is 71.1 with a slope rating of 128 on Bermuda grass.

  • From the longest tees, the East Course presents 6,780 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by Frank Murray/Russell Roberts and opened in 1956. The course rating is 72.0 with a slope rating of 121 on Bermuda grass.

Reflecting a military presence, the classic sense of style and gracious hospitality,  The Courses at Andrews Air Force Base carries an air of true timeless elegance.  High-end amenities, exceptional facilities and an unforgettable golf experience are the standard at this military resort. The envy of many golf courses located in the Maryland and Northern Virginia areas, the courses were created from an extraordinary design and provide an enjoyable challenge for golfers at all skill levels. What sets Andrews apart is the scenery. Set next to the airfield, you may see an array of planes, including Air Force One. If you're not military and haven't experienced an AFB, its not something to be missed.

Click here to check out this video about the course.