2022 Sister Cities International Golf Classic

2022 Sister Cities International Golf Classic

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$10 – $650

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Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort

1003 Brick Kiln Boulevard

Newport News, VA 23602

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Join us for our Annual Golf Tournament - now in our 12th year!

About this event

$100 per Player / $400 Foursome

$650 Hole Sponsor with Foursome (Save $100!)

$350 Hole Sponsor (17)

$500 Exclusive Drink Cart Sponsor

$500 Exclusive Hole-In-One Sponsor

Tournament Features:

  • 9 AM Shotgun Start
  • 4-Person Captain's Choice
  • Complimentary Coffee/Juice at Registration
  • Snacks and Water in Each Cart
  • Putting Contest
  • Hole-In-One Contest
  • 2 Complimentary Drink Tickets for the Beverage Cart
  • Post-Play Lunch Buffet
  • Cash Prizes for 1st & 2nd Finishers in 3 Flights
  • Cash Prize for Men's/Women's Longest Drive
  • Cash Prize for Closest to the Pin

About Sister Cities:

The U.S. Sister Cities movement was founded on September 11, 1956 at a White House Conference on Citizen Diplomacy lead by U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower urged attendees to "help build the road to an enduring peace" and "work out not one method but thousands of methods by which people can gradually learn a little bit more of each other". Originally part of People to People (PTP) then, the National League of Cities (NLC), Sister Cities International (SCI) became a separate, non-profit corporation in 1967. Today, SCI is the nation’s foremost citizen diplomacy movement with more than 2,300 communities participating in 130 countries.

Since 1982, Newport News has supported a Sister City program. Today the City boasts international partnerships in Japan, China, Germany, and France. As of 2021, SCNN is also actively pursuing a new relationship in Ireland.

*View the original film of President Eisenhower's 1956 speech below.

About Eric Chen:

SCNN's annual golf tournament is held in memory of longtime Sister Cities supporter and City staffer, Eric Chen. Eric passed away in the spring of 2013, but his love of international relations and golf are honored in our tournament.


If you have any questions, or need additional documentation, contact SCNN's Executive Director, Kate Helwig at 757-697-3129 / info@sistercities-nn.com

or, 2022 Tournament Chair, Dr. Willie Carrington / wcarring@cox.net

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