Glacier Bank and the Montana Chamber Foundation’s Ace in the Hole Reception hosts 600 attendees, making it one of the largest networking opportunities in Montana every year.
The public is welcome to attend and enjoy the reception, BBQ, and vendors.
2024 GOVERNORS’ CUP GOLF TOURNAMENT FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 26-27, 2024
Started as the Centennial Golf Classic during the 100th Celebration of Montana’s statehood in 1989, the Governors’ Cup, organized by the Montana Chamber Foundation, annually plays host to more than 400 golfers, private industry and government leaders, as well as policy makers for the two-day, 36-hole 5-person scramble in the Flathead Valley at Buffalo Hill, Meadow Lake, and Whitefish Lake (South) Golf Courses facilitating business development and networking opportunities for nationally and locally recognized businesses competing for bragging rights and looking to grow their professional networks.
More importantly, the proceeds from the event benefit the Montana Chamber Foundation’s workforce development and entreprenuership initiatives in collaboration with private industry, the Montana Office of Public Instruction, Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs), and the Montana University System to better equip our Montana students grades 6-12 on their path into the world of work.
CONGRATULATIONS to Hole in One Winner Chris O’Boyle with InterBel Telephone Cooperative pictured here with Courtney Kibblewhite, Board Chair – Montana Chamber of Commerce, and James Easton, Workforce Development Specialist with the Montana Chamber Foundation. He sunk his ball on the 15th hole at Whitefish Lake South Golf Course and gets $40,000 toward the vehicle of his choice at Don “K” Dealerships Whitefish. The last time the tournament saw a Hole in One was more than a decade ago.
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PINION AT BUFFALO HILL ADF LEGAL AT MEADOW LAKE
For questions or additional information contact Ed Bartlett ([email protected] or 406.431.6014).
Montana Chamber of Commerce
616 Helena Ave. Ste 300 • PO Box 1730 • Helena, MT 59624