Golf Tournament

2018 Charity Golf Invitational

Benefiting ASCE GA’s Nicaragua Drinking Water Initiative

Thursday, April 19, 201811:30 a.m. Shotgun Start

(Driving range opens and registration begins at 10:30 a.m.)

It is our great pleasure to invite you and your colleagues to the American Society of Civil Engineers Georgia Section 2018 Charity Golf Invitational. This is an excellent opportunity for ASCE Georgia members, guests, sponsors and vendors to network & support a great cause.

Proceeds from the tournament will go to continued efforts in the remote Nicaraguan villages along the Rio Grande de Matagalpa, specifically to ensure the availability of safe drinking water.

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To register, complete this tournament registration form and mail it to the address stated. For more information or to make individual donations to the cause, please contact Annie Blissit at (404) 281-4857 [email protected]. All donations are tax deductible!


Golf Club of Bradshaw Farm
3030 Bradshaw Club Drive
Woodstock, GA 30188
(770) 592 – 2222

Entry Fee- $150 per player ($600 per foursome)

EARLY Registration Form Download

$125 single player and $500 per foursome
Until April, 1, 2018

8:30 AM – Continuing Education Credit (1 PDH)
9:30 AM – Continuing Education Credit (1 PDH)
10:30 AM – Registration
11:00 AM – Lunch
11:30 AM – Shotgun Start
5:00 PM – Awards Dinner


More Information Coming Soon!


More Information on the Cause:
Our group was very impressed with both organizations we partnered with on the 2016 bridge project in Nicaragua. Rivers of the World, in partnership with Nicaragua-based Peace and Hope Frontier Mission (PHFM), serve 13 villages along the Rio Grande de Matagalpa. In April, thanks to the support from ASCE Georgia’s 2016 Charity Golf Tournament, a team of ASCE Georgia members designed and constructed a 90-foot pedestrian bridge that will provide safe crossing for children and other villagers to their local school and church, particularly during rainy season. Check out the finished product below!

While in Nicaragua, PHFM Executive Director, Peter Coleman took the team to visit some drinking water wells in nearby villages that were experiencing contamination issues. We were able to take a rough sample of the water for testing. The testing revealed non-compliance with our EPA standards and the presence of lead, copper, iron and manganese. We know all too well the impacts of heavy metals in drinking water. In effort to improve access to decontaminated drinking water, we are looking to partner with Rotary as part of their Global Grant program to raise money to provide a solar-powered advanced filtration unit for the villages.


Previous Projects

Nicaragua Pedestrian Bridge


Photos from past Golf Tournaments:

2017 Charity Golf Photos

2016 Charity Golf Photos