|Where:||Reems Creek Golf Course Weaverville, NC|
|When:||Monday, November 5th, 2018 with first team teeing off at 11:00 am|
|Cost:||Price held at $50.00 per player and includes your cart, Lunch box and light snacks
Please note: Your round of golf must be prepaid no later than October 26th, 2018.
|Sponsored by:||WNC Safety & Health Conference
Proceeds from this year's event will go toward the Virginia Parker Scholarship Fund.
|For Questions Contact:||Chuck Cronk||(828) 669-2941 x 303|
|Please Note:||Note: In case of bad weather, the golf event will NOT be cancelled unless the course becomes unplayable. This will be the decided only by the Reems Creek golf course Superintendent.|
Kick off your Conference by participating in the Annual Captain's Choice Golf Tournament!
The Annual Western North Carolina Safety and Health Conference will be here before you know it so don’t wait until the last minute to register. You can sign up with a foursome, pair or sign up as an individual. It’s no problem. We’ll team you up to have a great time and meet others in the safety and health field. Please join us for food, fun and great door prizes
Now Accepting Hole Sponsors
We are now accepting offers for "hole sponsors". At $100.00 per hole it’s a very affordable way and great opportunity to get your company’s name in front of those playing this beautiful course.
(NOTE: You can also register for golf using Attendee Registration)
The Reems Creek Golf Club in Weaverville, N.C. offers a secluded setting that captures the splendor and rustic beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and that has regularly won four stars in Golf Digest's “Places to Play.” Most of our holes on this par-72 mountain course have elevation changes that test your ability to pick the right club to fit our terrain. You'll also find that most of our par-4s here are target holes that require accuracy and strategy. One example of a great placement hole is our 5th. You're hitting downhill on this short par-4 (348 yards from the back and 251 from the front). You'll see a large lake off to the left along the fairway and another one in front of the green. It can be hard to play this hole without crossing water. The 9th hole here is a great par-5 that plays at 532 yards from the back and 455 from the forward tees). You tee off and hit up to a plateau about 200 yards from the tee box where you'll make your second shot. Then you hit downhill while trying to avoid the bunkers in front of the green. It's hard to reach the green in two; you really need two good shots to do it.