Because golf style isn’t just about loud pants: here, your ultimate guide to doing the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational in supreme style.
As seen in Swing, an insert in the May 2017 issue of 360 West magazine. / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
The DEAN & DELUCA Invitational golf tournament begins Monday, May 22, at Fort Worth’s Colonial Country Club.
Read our complete tribute to the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, as seen in the May 2017 issue of 360 West magazine: click here
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The Colonial Invitational – in its inaugural year as the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational – begins May 23 at Colonial Country Club. We’re counting down the days with tributes to some of the tournament’s changemakers.
Susan Nix had a hard time finding her niche at Colonial Country Club. Admirable but futile attempts at golf and tennis proved neither were her sport. Deciding that her strengths could be put to better use than sitting at the pool all day, she took up volunteering. Thanks to Nix’s passion and poor putting skills, the Colonial Golf Tournament has benefited from 35 years of her dedicated time, marketing savvy and contagious enthusiasm.
Here’s why we head to the Dean & Deluca Invitational golf tournament every year – because a birdie is the real hole in one.
Through the Birdies for Charity program, charitable organizations use the awareness and magnitude of a PGA Tour event to further their fundraising efforts by soliciting pledges from individuals and corporations for every birdie made during the tournament. This year’s tournament is May 23-29 at Colonial Country Club.