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Swing and Serve with CNCC

from12:00 PM to - 8:00 PM UTCChantilly National Golf and Country Club14901 Braddock Rd Centreville, Virginia, United States of America 20120
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CNCC Swing and Serve Presented by HITT

Please join us for the CNCC Annual Golf & Pickleball Outing. We sell out every year – don’t delay your registration.

The day begins with breakfast, networking and optional warm up at the driving and putting range. We have a traditional shotgun start at 9:30 AM and the format will be Captain’s Choice with two contests: Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin. If golf isn’t your thing, we are introducing Pickleball this year! Join us for private instruction and matches at the club. We complete the day with a reception and lunch where we celebrate the contest winners, draw for raffle prizes, and send you off with a parting gift.

The mission of the CNCC Golf Series is to create an inclusive environment that opens the door for everyone in commercial real estate to play golf. Since beginning this series over 15 years ago, CREW has provided a non-pressured environment for women and their allies to learn and play golf. Members and players tell us that our outing is a big draw for newer golfers – who feel freer to experiment and participate in the game. We welcome all golfers, new and seasoned, to join us in supporting this mission.

Schedule of events

  • 8:30 AM - Golf Check in, Breakfast

  • 9:30 AM - Golf Shotgun Start

  • 10:00 AM - Pickleball Check In

  • 10:30 AM - Pickleball Start

  • 1:00 PM - Reception, Lunch, and Raffle

  • 4:00 PM - Event Concludes

Registration Options

Registration closes June 10.

We are a 501(c)6, not-for-profit professional organization that relies on the integrity of the commercial real estate professionals who attend and benefit from our events to meet their commitments. By registering for this event, you are indicating you will pay the required fees. Learn more on our Event Policy page linked in our footer.

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Chantilly National Golf & Country Club

Before Chantilly National became the area’s leading country club, it was a dairy farm owned by John Rose and his son, Roy. From 1921 to 1951, the Roses tended livestock where our members gather, and in 1937 built the barn that serves as our beloved clubhouse. The Roses sold their farm in 1951 to the Wimsatt Farm Syndicate, and in 1958 the Kena Temple Shriners of Alexandria bought the land. Construction began in 1959 under famed local golf course architect Ed Ault, and the course opened for play on Memorial Day, 1960. Steeped in history, Chantilly National remains a pillar of the community. Members gain exclusive access to unparalleled golf, tennis, swimming, and dining amenities, supported by year-round programming for all ages that foster enduring friendships and a tight community.