• Karen Hiltbrand, American Angus Association

Angus Foundation to Host Annual Golf Tournament


The 2021 Angus Foundation Golf Tournament will be hosted Tuesday, July 13, at Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island, Neb., in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS). The shotgun start will be at 8 a.m.


Funds raised at the golf tournament support key mission areas of the Angus Foundation, including youth leadership development, academic scholarships, educational resources and research for the breed.

“This year we are more excited than ever to host the 20th annual Angus Foundation Golf Tournament,” says Thomas Marten, Angus Foundation executive director. “Not only will this be a day that supports the Angus breed, but also a day to catch up and reconnect with the Angus Family after a year away from normalcy.”

Player registration is open until July 1. Adult registration is $100, and National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) member registration is $75. Players get 18 holes of golf, golf cart rental, continental breakfast and Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB) brand lunch. Mulligans will be available at the course for $10 each with a limit of one per player. After the registration deadline, adult players will be $110, and junior members will be $85.

Sponsorship options are also available to state and regional Angus associations, businesses, farms, ranches and individuals. There are different promotional opportunities at eight sponsorship levels. Sponsors will be recognized in the tournament program; tournament luncheon; post-event news release; Angus Journal; and the Angus Foundation website. Sponsorship spots include the following: luncheon, beverage/player cart, tournament prizes, clubhouse, hole-in-one tee box, hole and flag. Sponsorship deadline is June 11.

For player registration, sponsorship opportunities or more information about the golf tournament, contact Kris Sticken with the Angus Foundation at 816-383-5100, or visit angusfoundation.org.


Adapted from a release by Karen Hiltbrand, American Angus Association