We hope everyone is having a great start to the year and already looking forward to this year’s National Retired Military Golf Classic! As we continue to get closer to the 2024 tournament, we want to offer a few reminders regarding the handicap and flighting processes.
Each year, the National Retired Military Golf Classic budgets $1 from each player’s entry fee to enter that player into the tournament’s Hole-In-One Pot, with the 2023 pot growing to $600! After the tournament, the pot is then split amongst all players who made a hole-in-one throughout the week.
We hope everyone is looking forward to the 40th Anniversary of the National Retired Military Golf Classic! We would like to share with you a list of responsibilities that we will be giving the “A” players on each team this week.
Reginald Asby isn’t going to win the 40th annual National Retired Military Golf Classic, but by at
least one metric, he is the most prolific player in tournament history.
In advance of the 40th Anniversary of the 2023 National Retired Military Golf Classic, the committee is proud to welcome a new professional tournament management team in Golf Tourism Solutions (GTS).
Golf Tourism Solutions, home to the game’s premier tournament operations staff, is taking over management of the 40th annual National Retired Military Golf Classic (NRMGC), a 72-hole event that will be held May 30 – June 3 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.