Golf Week Magazine 2007: "18th Best Resort Course in the Nation"
Golf Week Magazine 2006: "Ranked #1 Public Access Course in West Virginia" - Fifth straight year receiving this number one ranking
Golf Week Magazine 2006: "Ranked #17 in the Top 40 Resort Courses in America"
Golf Week Magazine 2006: "Ranked #84 in the Top 100 Modern Golf Courses in US"
Washington Golf Monthly 2006: "One of the 100 Must Play Golf Courses in the Mid-Atlantic"
Travel & Leisure Golf: Rated in the Top 25 of the "Best 100 Courses to Play Under $100"
Better yet, there's no better chance to rub elbows with the GNCC stars - and your friends - than with a day off the track and on the links with the GNCC family. The game will be competitive, but the players surely aren't as good on the golf course as they are on the race course! So don't worry about the spikes or making sure you've got the right set of clubs. Just join the club by coming out and playing!
The GNCC Golf tournament is open to anyone and everyone, and the game is played with teams of four in a best-ball, scramble format. Golf costs $75 for each team member for a total entry of $300 per team. All signup will be conducted at the Ravens Club at Snowshoe starting at 7:30 am on Friday. The shotgun start begins at 9:00 a.m.. Teams can be selected or will be assigned randomly. And the winning team will have its name engraved on the GNCC Golf Trophy, which is on display in the lobby of the Racer Productions offices.
As always, the GNCC golf tournament is used as a fund raiser for an industry charity. This year's benefactor is the Rider Down Foundation (www.riderdown.org) which is a not-for-profit group that helps provide financial assistance, support and information for injured riders. Rider Down Foundation services all riders, amateur and pro, motorcycle or ATV.
The off-road racing industry is encouraged to sponsor a hole on the course for $250, and all proceeds go to the Rider Down Foundation. The sponsorship is tax deductible, and sponsorship will garner plenty of attention. The event is expected to garner media coverage in industry publications, as well as on the Can-Am GNCC TV Series on Versus Network. Sponsors can set up banners or product at the hole they choose to back.