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The Bridge Communities Classic Golf Event

The Bridge Communities Classic
Thursday, August 18, 2022
11 AM-7 PM
Cantigny Golf Club
27W270 Mack Road, Wheaton

We welcome golfers and guests to The Bridge Communities Classic, presented by Becker Logistics. 

Enjoy a day of exclusive 18-hole access to one of Chicagoland’s finest golf venues. Cantigny’s championship course is repeatedly rated among the best in Illinois, including Golf Digest’s “Best in State” list.

Golfers will enjoy lunch followed by an afternoon of friendly competition. Afterward, you will continue the comradery during an entertaining reception, including dinner, drinks, awards, auctions, and more!

Make it a Double Eagle Experience

Golf Outing Schedule

11:00 a.m. Registration, Lunch, Drive, Putt & Practice for Prizes
  1:00 p.m. Shotgun start
  6:00 p.m. After Golf Party, Cocktails and Buffet dinner with awards, program, and auctions

Golf is a scramble format, skill holes contests, hole-in-one car prize, and on-course raffles Complimentary snacks and beverages during play


Sponsors

Hole in One Challenge Sponsor

  • Jaguar Land Rover of Hinsdale, Bill Jacobs

Classic Presenting Sponsor

  • Becker Logistics

The Turn Sponsor

  • M. Brown & Associates

Dinner Reception Sponsor

  • John & Alicia Rasnic

Reception Bar Sponsors

  • Wheaton Bank
  • Glen Ellyn Bank
  • Naperville Bank
  • Bolinbrook Bank

Beverage Cart Sponsors

  • Carl & Susan Pelletieri
  • Edward Jones Investments

Putting Contest Sponsor

  • Top Tier Valet Service

Good Weather Sponsors

  • Marquette
  • Ryan Hill Group

Check-In Sponsors

  • Premier Packaging
  • Coldwell Cares

Swag Sponsor

  • JMG Financial Group

Promo Sponsor

  • Conlon Commercial

Hole Sponsors

  • Home Light
  • John Fisch
  • Heather Bejda (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago)
  • Buildingstars
  • The Janik Family
  • The Moore Norton Law Group
  • Deb Diver Interior Design
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