AUBURN HILLS — On Thursday, August 15, the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce, an organization dedicated to supporting its members and the local business community, is hosting its annual Auburn Hills Open…Fore Business golf outing, one of the Chamber’s most popular events. The outing will take place at Fieldstone Golf Club, Auburn Hills’ top-rated municipal course.
“The Auburn Hills Open is a great way for any business or persons working or living in Auburn Hills to enjoy a fabulous event in support of the Chamber,” said Gordon Marmion, PGA Professional and General Manager of Fieldstone Golf Club.
Bernie Sinz, Auburn Hills Chamber Board member and Golf Committee head, highlights the network opportunities that the Auburn Hills Open presents. “The Auburn Hills Open is always highly anticipated. It is an event that allows the local business community to familiarize and get more comfortable with organizations within and outside their own business focus. Participants have fun and network, rallying together in support of the local business community,” he said. “This traditional golf event is a great method to connect and communicate in a fun and friendly environment as well as contribute to the positive growth in the city.”
Registration is open through August 14. Tickets are $650 for a team and $175 per individual. Included with the purchase of tickets are 18 holes of play, three meals, a day of networking, contests, mulligans, 50/50 and raffle prizes, and four drink tickets.
Businesses currently supporting this annual favorite include Oakland University, Royal Park Hotel, Crittenton, Umicore, Baker College Auburn Hills, Express Employment Professionals, Michigan Commerce Bank, Hirotec, City of Auburn Hills, Andrews Hooper Pavlik, PLC, Lake Trust Credit Union, Quality Inn, DBusiness Magazine, Rochester Soccer Club, General Development, Bayer Material Science, GKN Driveline, Engle & Associates, PC, Group Transportation Services, Affordable Plumbing, ITT Technical Institute, Kundinger Controls and Snelling Staffing Services.
At 8:30 a.m., guests will register, enjoy a continental breakfast, practice on the putting green and have an opportunity to network. There will be a shotgun start at 10 a.m., and lunch will be provided at the turn. The dinner and prize reception will begin at 4 p.m. A dinner only option is available for non-golfers at $35 for Chamber members and $45 for others.