Scramble for Skills 2014

BYF is proud to host the Scramble for Skills Recruitment Drive and Golf Tournament CII Edition in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 20th and 21st, 2014.

The 2014 Scramble for Skills is not your average golf outing, here’s why:

  • Practice with the Pros before you play. The event kicks off Sunday, July 20th with full teaching lessons from PGA Professionals. You’ll receive lessons in full shots, short game, and putting—don’t kid yourself, you need this.
  • Buy a Professional to stack your team. Sunday night features an evening reception, dinner, and auction for your chance to buy a PGA Professional for Monday’s tournament—don’t kid yourself, you need this.
  • You play golf, scholarships are provided. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit students entering the construction industry.

Register Online.
Golf registrations may be made as you register for the CII conference. Conference registrants may also add golf registration to their existing CII registration.

Sponsorship opportunities are available.

View the complete event details.


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