Annual Golf Tournament
September 28, 2020, Sequoyah Country Club in Oakland
Established in 2003, CoreNet’s Annual Golf Tournament is a perennial favorite among members and guests. Hosted at the historic and serene Sequoyah Country Club in the Oakland Hills in June, our Annual Golf Tournament provides aces and enthusiasts of all skill levels. The hilly terrain and undulating greens challenge even the more experienced golfer, and the course has no parallel fairways or no like holes. The course is a demanding par 70 for men and par 72 for women, with one of the highest slopes of any layout in California. Players team in foursomes to cover the more than 6,000 yard, 18-hole course. More than 30 sponsors participate to make this event possible and provide an amazing array of activities, prizes and giveaways, food, beverages, golf carts, and other amenities for a full day of fun at every turn.
After careful consideration within the CoreNet Leadership we have decided to postpone our Annual Golf Tournament scheduled for June 15th at Sequoyah Country Club. In the hopes that guidelines will allow us to safely gather in the fall, we have reserved a new date of September 28th for this flagship event.
For annual platinum and gold level sponsors that have already selected your golf sponsorship, we will honor those selections for the September 28th date. For silver sponsors who have yet to select golf sponsorship or purchase foursomes, we will be revamping our schedule to open up purchases along with releasing remaining opportunities to the membership. We will announce those dates once they are determined.
In the meantime, our Chapter continues to bring value and community to our membership via all available means. We are working diligently to transform all of our events so that members and sponsors receive full benefits both virtually in the short term and together again when restrictions are eased. We continue our commitment to put your well-being and the health of our community first and will approach all upcoming decisions with an abundance of caution.