The Annual Putt, Pass and Chip Championship is the No. 1 networking golf tournament in The Woodlands! Join us at The Woodlands Country Club - West/North Course for this shotgun-style format that includes 18 holes, lunch and a reception.
This Golf Tournament is sure to rank as one of your most enjoyable rounds of golf! We will kick off the morning with “Putting for Proof” and you will get to try our “Wheel of Misfortune” on the 18th Hole.
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Any Chamber member can drop off 120 items for player bags. Items can be company branded and can range from golf balls, hats, or sunscreen; the options are endless! Items must be approved by The Chamber and dropped off at The Chamber office by October 19, 2022.
If you would like to donate alcohol for our signature pre-tournament event, “Putting for Proof,” you may drop it off at the chamber at anytime. We ask that all donations be delivered by Wednesday, October 19, 2022. Don’t forget to decorate your bottles and attach your business cards if you would like!
The Woodlands Country Club - West/North Course
The West course, at 7,044 yards from the back tees, offers a test for golfers of all skill levels. It's towering oak trees frame the fairways, along with large undulating greens that average more than 4,500 square feet of surface area, huge greenside bunkers, and generous fairways. The par-4, 18th hole that borders Lake Harrison adds to the natural beauty and challenge of the West course. Originally designed by Joe Lee and Robert von Hagge in 1975, the Oaks course was redesigned by Jay Morrish & Associates in 1999. Jay Morrish is known as a studious and intelligent designer, having studied under Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and George Fazio. After spending 10 years working with Jack Nicklaus at Nicklaus Design, Morrish left in 1983 and partnered with former PGA Tour Player Tom Weiskopf. Morrish was named “Architect of the Year” by Golf World magazine in 1996 and continues to design championship courses with his son Carter.