Solid support of local sponsors will keep the Nashville Golf Open coming back

Solid support of local sponsors will keep the Nashville Golf Open coming back

Four-year deals with four local corporations mean Tour event will run at least through 2022

AUTHORS David Boclair

A quartet of local companies has signed on as sponsors for the Nashville Golf Open, which will take place May 2-5 at Nashville Golf and Athletic Club.

The Club, off Moores Lane in Brentwood, has been the tournament’s home since its inception.

Enterprise Solutions, Thompson Machinery, LP Building Products and Team Construction each agreed to four-year contracts that designate them as Proud Partners for the Tour event. Those deals ensure the tournament’s future at least through 2022.

“Each year, we’ve seen increased support from the Middle Tennessee business community,” Tournament Director Charlie Clarkson said in a release. “Having these four companies on board really makes a statement about the value of an event like this and gives us a solid base for the next few years. This is a significant step and we greatly appreciate these Proud Partners.”

The NGO debuted in 2016 with a five-year contract that ran through 2020. Two years ago, PGA Tour veteran Brandt Snedeker signed on to support it and the event officially was rebranded as the Nashville Golf Open benefiting the Snedeker Foundation.

Additional corporate sponsorships, including pro-am entries and signage, are available. More information is available at

“Enterprise Solutions is proud to have helped get the Nashville Golf Open started in 2016 as we saw the return of professional golf to Middle Tennessee,” Jim Seabury, president and CEO of Enterprise Solutions, said. “We are glad to continue our support of the tournament as it brings great young golf talent to Nashville and supports the Brandt Snedeker Foundation.”

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