The 2014 Engineering Golf Tournament is brought to you by our signature sponsor LJA Engineering.
Monday, April 7, 2014
12:30pm shotgun start
Sienna Plantation Golf Club
One Waters Lake Boulevard
Missouri City, TX 77459
featuring a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, provided by Jim Chambers
The Dean's Cup is a competition between teams that represent different departments in the college. The Dean's Cup trophy will be displayed in the UH Cullen College of Engineering Dean's Office. The winning team members names will be added to the cup each year, and plaques will be awarded to the winners. Also, $1,000 of discretionary funds will be awarded to the winning department.
To be eligible, teams need to have at least one member affiliated with their department of choice (alumnus, student, or faculty/staff member in chemical engineering, civil & environmental engineering, electrical & computer engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering). Teams without a direct connection to a department will be free to choose which department they will represent. Individual entrants will be placed on teams that represent their discipline.
ARRIVE at 11:00 a.m. to check in, enjoy a light lunch, practice a bit. This scramble tournament gets off to a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.
PLAY in the University of Houston Engineering Golf Tournament, and have a good time with friends assisting the UH Cullen College of Engineering academic programs. Individuals and teams are welcome. Get together some friends or corporate team.
PARTICIPATE as an individual player ($170), corporate sponsor ($750 for a four member team and hole sponsor sign), or hole sponsor ($250 for one tee sign). Other forms of sponsorship are also available (19th hole, beer cart, door prizes, and many other opportunities). If you can’t take the day off to golf, make reservations to join us for dinner at 5:30 pm for $20.
ENJOY a light lunch, the company of friends on the course, then help yourself to dinner, cash bar, and more fun as door prizes and awards are presented.
Net proceeds go to the UH Cullen College of Engineering.