FHCA’s 2023 Golf Tournament will take place Monday, July 24, at the Shingle Creek Golf Club. The Club is onsite at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, which is home to FHCA’s 2023 Annual Conference. Known for its large, undulating greens, plush fairways and an abundance of water hazards, the Shingle Creek course presents challenges to players of all levels. It has consistently been rated as one of Orlando’s best golf courses since opening in 2003. Manicured tropical landscaping, state-of-the art technology and GPS systems on its golf carts are just a few of its many features.
All tournament participants receive a light breakfast and gift bag upon registration, refreshing beverages and snacks on the golf course and a casual lunch at the Winner’s Circle Awards Ceremony. With every swing you’ll help support FHCA’s programs to beneﬁt long term care professionals, including educational scholarships to enhance members’ career development and grassroots initiatives that ensure the voices of long term care providers are heard among key policy makers.
The tournament is capped at 144 players and will sell out. All registrations must include player names; TBDs will not be accepted.
Download the sponsorship packet to learn about 2023 tournament opportunities. Contact Kristen Knapp at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-510-4389 for more information.
- 1st Place Team Prize
- Men's and Ladies' Closest to the Pin Prizes
- Men's and Ladies' Longest Drive Prizes
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