NBAA2011 Golf Tournament

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The NBAA 15th Annual Chairman’s Charity Classic Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, October 9, 2011, at Revere Golf Club in Henderson, NV, in conjunction with the NBAA 64th Annual Meeting & Convention. NBAA Chairman of the Board Patrick Cunningham will preside over this year’s tournament.

Since the tournament was founded in 1997, it has raised over $400,000 for various charities. All proceeds from the 2011 event will benefit NBAA Charities, which raises funds to support philanthropic organizations and initiatives that use general aviation airplanes for humanitarian purposes. For more information about NBAA Charities, visit


Revere Golf Club
2600 Hampton Road
Henderson, NV 89052

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10:00 am
12:00 pm
Shotgun Start
4:30 pm
Awards Reception


Complimentary transportation will be provided. The bus will depart the Las Vegas Hilton (north tower) at 9:45 am and will depart the Encore (north lobby bus pick up) at 10:00 am. Return transportation to these hotels will depart after the conclusion of the Awards Reception.

Registration & Pricing

Player positions are available for $295; foursomes for $1,180.

Registration is available through the NBAA2011 registration site.

Sponsorship Opportunities

With hundreds of golfers, this year's NBAA Chairman's Charity Classic Golf Tournament will feature numerous quality sponsorships. All sponsorships include recognition on the sponsorship banner at the course and most packages include player positions in the tournament. Learn more.

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