The Stewards of the Chesapeake Presented by Landscape Supply

  • 16 Oct 2017
  • 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Baltimore Country Club, Lutherville-Timonium, MD
  • 82

Registration

  • Include Hole Sign and you can sit at the sponsored hole to network and interact with players.
  • Closest to the Pin Sponsor with recognition on the sponsored hole
  • Long Drive Sponsor with signage recognition on contest hole
  • 1 Tee Sign

The Stewards of the Chesapeake



Presented by

Baltimore Country Club

Lutherville-Timonium, MD

Monday, October 16, 2017


Supporting Sponsors



Awards Party Sponsor



Lunch Sponsor


Putting Contest Sponsor


Other Sponsors

PondHawk by LINNE IndustriesPocono Turf,
Nufarm, Crop Production Services, Rain Bird, McDonald & Sons, Harrells

Sponsorships & Entry Fees

If you would like to sign up for multiple sponsorship / entries, you will need to do each one separately or you can email or call Tyler Eastham teastham@gmail.com/ 757-329-3577 for assistance.

  • Hole Sponsor - $500
    Manned hole for networking with a hole sign
  • Closest To The Pin / Long Drive - $500
    Signage recognition on contest hole
  • Individual Player + Tee Sponsor - $400
    1 Player entry plus hole sign
  • Tee Sponsor - $300
    1 Hole Sign
  • Individual Player: $200
    1 Player Entry (will be placed on a team if you don't already have one)

Tournament History

The Stewards of the Chesapeake event was established in 2000 by the MAAGCS in order to develop a primary source of funding to support local research projects, support environmental efforts, and government relations as they pertain to the golf industry. MAAGCS members can invite their club or company representatives to participate for the preservation and improvement of both the game of golf and our environment. The tournament has raised over $100,000 since its inception, and proceeds benefit the MAAGCS BMP Project, Maryland Association of Green Industries (MAGI), various universities, the GCSAA and other groups supporting environmental issues, such as the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. In 2014 the proceeds were used to help fund the MAGI, which advocates on our behalf our industry with local, state and federal legislators.

In 2015 designation of proceeds went towards the important Best Management Practices program that the association is preparing to launch. The association has partnered with the University of Maryland, the GCSAA, corporate partners, allied associations, our own members and others who support this important cause. The initiative was kicked off in 2014 with a donation from GCSAA’s Environmental Institute for Golf. Developing Best Management Practices for our specific area will ensure that we have a sustainable approach to and can continue providing environmental, economic and social benefits to golf and society.  Your support of the Stewards of the Chesapeake event is a key element for our success.

Baltimore Country Club


Hosted by:


Tim Kennelly


Mark Jones, Jr.


Supporting Turfgrass Research, Scholarships &

Government Relations

In past years, money from this event has been allocated to supporting the BMP project. As this project in the final stages, funds from this year's tournament will be used to support local turfgrass research, turfgrass student scholarships as well as our Mid-Atlantic turfgrass lobbyist. In 2017 alone, MAAGCS will be contributing $15,000 to the University of Maryland's research initiatives which include examining turfgrass microbiomes and alternative fungicide products.

Eligibility

The event is open to all MAAGCS members and suppliers, their friends, colleagues (club professionals, GMs, board members) and associates at golf clubs in and around Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia. We encourage Maryland legislators to participate in this event, which gives promise to Maryland’s environmental stewardship. Clubs are encouraged to support this important cause by fielding a team.

Format and Rules

Format for the tournament is four-man Shamble. Each player drives and all players play from the selected spot. Two best balls net (80% handicap). USGA Rules govern play, as modified by Local Rules.

Schedule

9:30
Registration

10:00
Speaker: TBA

10:45
Lunch

12:00
Shotgun Start, on course beverages 

5:00
Awards Party with Heavy Hors d’oeuvres

Prizes

Prizes will be awarded to the overall winners. Other prizes will be awarded for closest-to-the pin and longest drive.

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