Take a Swing for Charity

Houston Concierge Association Hosts 11th Annual Golf Tournament

Dust off your golf clubs and get ready for the 11th annual Houston Concierge Association’s Concierge Classic on Monday, November 2oth. The tournament will be held at the Wildcat Golf Club. Proceeds benefit The HCA Endowment Scholarship Fund for the University of Houston Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel & Restaurant Management.

The HCA’s previous tournaments have raised thousands of dollars. The HCA hopes to raise even more donations with this year’s golf tournament.

To participate in the tournament, all golfers must sign up with the HCA by November 14th. Only 150 openings are available. Participants may begin registering at 7 a.m. on the day of the tournament. The tournament begins at 8:30 a.m. All golfers can enjoy use of the driving range and putting green before the tournament begins. Corporate sponsorships are also available. Contact Guy Yount at 713-385-6960 for more info.

 

About the Houston Concierge Association

The Houston Concierge Association, founded in 1982, brings together concierges from Houston-area hotels. Members strive to promote Houston as one of the top hospitality and cultural centers in the world and draw upon each other to provide the best possible service to visitors. Association members come from the entire Greater Houston area.

About The University of Hilton Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel & Restaurant Management

Established in 1969 the College is regarded as one of the top hospitality education programs in the worlds, as evidenced by the successful careers of more than 6,100 alumni. Their graduates hold leadership positions throughout all segments of the hospitality industry, many of whom own their own companies or are board chairmen or hold senior executive positions.

About Wildcat Golf Club

Wildcat Golf Club is one of Houston’s premier public golf courses and features panoramic views of the Houston skyline. Wildcat Golf Club is located off Almeda Road and the 610 South Loop, just minutes from downtown and the Galleria.