National Grain and Feed Foundation Golf Tournament, sponsored by CoBank
Thursday June 3, 2021 | 1:00 p.m.
The Broadmoor West Course
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Each year, NGFA members compete on the golf course to the benefit of the National Grain and Feed Foundation , the research and public education arm of the grain, feed and processing industry. 100 percent of the money raised from National Grain and Feed Foundation Golf Tournament tickets supports the Foundation, which relies on contributions from companies and individuals to fund projects that benefit the entire industry, including safety education and training, policy research and regulatory compliance. This year the tournament will take place at The Broadmoor West Course.
Set in the Cheyenne Mountain foothills of Colorado Springs, The Broadmoor Golf Club is consistently ranked among the best in the world. Our two iconic courses were designed by some of golf’s greatest names, and have played host to numerous national tournaments, including the U.S. Women's Open and PGA Cup Matches. Presidents, politicians, celebrities, and many of the game’s greatest athletes have all played at The Broadmoor, and our distinctive courses have challenged them all. Experience The Legend for yourself and discover why The Broadmoor remains one of the world’s most celebrated golf destinations. Get ready for rolling fairways, multi-level greens, and demanding hazards at the stunning yet formidable West Course. At 6,800 feet, this 18-hole course has more doglegs and steeply-angled greens than the East Course, and offers breathtaking views of both the mountains and Colorado Springs.The West Course plays tighter off the tee, with more heavily tree-lined holes than the East Course, and also gives players an array of spectacular approach shots. Don't let the stunning mountain views distract you; our West Course may look like a postcard, but it offers a very challenging and rewarding round of golf. The West Course was also the host site of the 1998 PGA Cup Matches.
Registration for the NGFF Classic is limited to the first 144 players, so register to play today. Players will be given the opportunity to assemble playing groups as the event nears. The cost is $245; of that amount, $31 represents a tax-deductible contribution to the Foundation. The entry fee includes greens fees, carts and all contests. Please note that lunch is on your own before the tournament begins. Once again, NGFA-member sponsors will provide fabulous prizes to the low-scoring foursome, longest-drive winner, closest-to-the-pin winner, longest putt winner, and hole-in-one on a designated hole.