Register today for the 2022 GBRIA Golf Tournament & Gumbo Cookoff Nov 3 – Baton Rouge
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Golf: Registration/Breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m.
Shotgun Start 8:30 a.m.
Format: 4 person scramble
Scoring: Par is Your Friend
ABOUT THE EVENT
ATTENTION GBRIA Annual Partners:
Platinum and Gold-level partners are prepaid for a Pelican Package (which includes: 4 golfers, 4 mulligans, 4 red blasts and a hole sponsor sign.) Platinum Partners also receive a prime tent location.
Silver and Bronze-Level partners are prepaid for 2 golfers.
Additional golfers may be added at $625 each.
All registered golfers receive a ditty bag upon arrival.
Gumbo Cook-Off: Gumbo cooks will have a location near the Golf Clubhouse to cook a pot of Chicken and Sausage Gumbo to be judged by the Ascension Jambalaya Association.
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2022 Oil and Gas Events Baton Rouge
If you are wondering when the 2023 GBRIA Golf Tournament and Gumbo Cook off will be this year, look no further. This year the Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance will have their Golf and Gumbo Cookoff on November 2, 2023 at Pelican Point Golf Club in Gonzales, Louisiana.
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