Enjoy a day of golfing at Brickyard Crossing …
Corrugated Week and the Corrugated Golf Classic offer an unmatched opportunity to network with the most influential corrugated professionals in the world. The 2018 Corrugated Classic Golf Tournament will start on Monday, September 24, 2018, at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course in Indianapolis, Indiana USA. Download a .pdf with all of the details that will get you registered and on the green before Corrugated Week begins. Deadline for registration is August 27, 2018.
The Golf Classic individual fee is $180 and includes greens fees, range balls, lunch, post golf goodies, and cart and bag service. A foursome can play for $800. All guests will receive a 10% discount in the golf shop on the day of the event. Winners and prizes will be announced on Monday afternoon at the Supplier Meeting taking place at 4:30 PM at the Indianapolis Convention Center.
For a $500 sponsorship of a hole on the course, your company can be recognized with an attractive sign on the course and promotion on the golf tournament page on the website prior to the event.
About Brickyard Crossing
Only Indianapolis could combine the grandeur and excitement of auto racing with the serene, natural beauty of a championship golf course. To call Brickyard Crossing a unique golf experience doesn't do justice to this Pete Dye designed course that includes a four-hole stretch inside the legendary, century-old Indianapolis Motor Speedway. As home to the two largest single-day sporting events in the world, the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400, this is a location used to excitement. While the golf might pale in comparison to taking a turn at over 200 mph in an Indy car, it is nonetheless quite a thrill to play on this hallowed ground.
The Brickyard utilizes Dye's signature railroad ties as well as large slabs of concrete along creek beds. The concrete was reused after the racetrack's walls were torn down and replaced with a cutting-edge safety barrier. Over the years, the Brickyard has hosted its share of celebrities, from the Beatles to Paul Newman and — more recently — Mark Wahlberg. Additionally, the Brickyard Crossing is one of only a few venues in the country to host PGA, LPGA and Champions tour events.