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DRMA Golf Championship - June 1

The DRMA Golf Championship will take place Monday, June 1, at Troy Country Club. The format will be play your own ball with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.

Please note that the registration form will be emailed on Monday, April 6. Registration forms with payment will be accepted via email, fax or mail (no phone calls, please). Cancellations with refunds will be accepted through May 15. All name changes must be made before May 26, no exceptions.

The price for golf is $175 per person (including cart and lunch). There will be a Happy Hour immediately following the outing where golf prizes will be given out. Happy Hour admission is included in the price of golf. You can also attend the Happy Hour if you do not register to golf. To register for the Happy Hour only, click here.


  • Use the registration form to provide the names of participants in your group. If you do not specify a group, you will be placed at the discretion of the outing committee.

  • Please do your part in keeping the event fun for all by observing golf etiquette – please don’t slow down the play.

  • Play will be stopped if lightning is detected in the vicinity in accordance with the golf club policy. However, the Happy Hour event will be held regardless of weather. No refunds will be made due to weather.

Happy Hour

  • Happy Hour will begin at 5 p.m.

  • Even if golf is cancelled due to inclement weather, the Happy Hour will be held.


Golf prizes will be awarded at the Happy Hour following the outing:

  • Low gross - $250

  • Low net - $ 200

  • Bankers handicap - $150

Other golf prizes will be awarded also


Proper golf attire is required; jeans are not permitted on the course or in the clubhouse.


Cancellations with refunds will be accepted through May 15.

Net proceeds from the outing will be contributed to the DRMA Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Consult your professional income tax advisor to determine the amount which may be deductible as a business expense or a charitable contribution.

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