2019 Madison Ave Open

Monday, July 15th
Mount Kisco Country Club

10 Taylor Rd
Mt Kisco, NY 10549

Schedule:
10:30am: Registration, Brunch, Putting Contest
12:45pm: Shotgun Start
5:30pm: Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres
6:30pm: Post-round Reception, Auction, Awards Ceremony
                       
Join us as we head to Mount Kisco Country Club for a day of golf and frivolity at this classic Westchester venue.

This year we are introducing two new formats to allow for golfers of all levels to enjoy the day.  If you enjoy the social camaraderie of Scramble, there will be a field of like-minded golfers; and if it’s a Best Ball challenge you are looking for, join up with your favorite partner as we will have a highly competitive twosomes Best Ball Tournament.

The day will be packed with fun and games, including a pre-tournament putting contest, a hole-in-one contest, longest drive, closest to the pin and a birdie contest, with winners walking away with great prizes. Guests will also be able to bid on a bevy of fantastic items up for auction before the tournament and during the post-round dinner buffet.

As always, all proceeds from The Madison Ave. Open will benefit the AICP Foundation, a cause devoted to promoting diversity initiatives in the commercial production industry.

AICP Foundation:
Established in 2008, The AICP Foundation raises funds via events and other donations with the goal of training and nurturing young talent – and promoting diversity – in the advertising and film industries.

Format:
Each player will choose to play either in the “Best Ball” or “Scramble” competition.

All players in the foursome must play the same competition (Best Ball or Scramble) and within each foursome, there will be 2 twosome teams competing in the overall tournaments.

Best Ball – For the Glory of Competition
Using handicaps, the team mates in the twosome will play their own golf balls throughout and the lower score between them on each hole counts as the team score.

Scramble – For the Fun of It
Each player in the twosome hits a tee shot on each hole, the best shot is selected, then both players play from that best shot. The players continue selecting the best shot until one player hits the ball into the hole. The team score is the total of the best shots. (This format is perfect for beginners—no handicap required).

Special Contests Throughout the Course Will Include:
Closest to the Pin                                Longest Drive
Hole in One Contest                           Birdie Contest

Questions:
Katie Mulligan
P (212) 929-3000
E katiem@aicp.com

Several sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, please email Neal Lattner (neall@aicp.com)

View Photos from past outings on the AICP Flickr Page.