This year’s event aims to bring together alumni and friends of the Columbia golf program. Participants have the opportunity to play with student-athletes on the Columbia men’s and women’s golf teams.
The Tuxedo Club is a private member-owned country club located in the Ramapo Mountains, approximately 45 minutes northwest of New York City. The club was established in 1886 and the golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones.
Information on the Eighth Annual Jack Rohan Alumni Golf Tournament:
Eligibility: The event is open to alumni, friends of the program, faculty, work colleagues, avid golfers and special invitees! Participants can coordinate their own threesomes or choose to be placed into a group. Every threesome will be paired with a member of the team or a Columbia coach. The field is limited to the first 39 players.
Format: As is customary of the Jack Rohan Trophy, the tournament format will be a shamble in foursomes.
Lunch: A buffet lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Prizes, Awards and Team Recognition: Immediately after the round, tournament prizes will be awarded for Low Net Team, Closest to the Hole, and Long Drive. Additionally, members of the Columbia men's and women’s teams will be recognized. All of the attendees are invited to celebrate this special moment with the Columbia student-athletes.
For more information and to register for this great event, click here.