A day of golf, camaraderie, competition and community support for Orlando Science Center.
Hosted by Bright House Networks
TBA March 2014
We welcome back our loyal supporters and invite new sponsors and players to join us for the 31st Annual Cosmic Golf Challenge. Not only will your donation have a direct impact on the children of Central Florida but it is also an opportunity to showcase your company to Orlando’s business leaders and professionals.
Heartfelt thanks to Bright House Networks and all the companies and golfers providing support for the Orlando Science Center today. The Science Center served over 385,000 learners last year, including 80,000 youth. Cosmic Golf Challenge provides funds to further our mission to inspire science learning for life.
When: TBA March 2014 Where: Grand Cypress Golf Club, Orlando, Florida Format: Four Person Scramble Entry Fee: $550 per player or $2,000 per foursome
Fun is Par for the Course When You Drive for Science!
The Orlando Science Center recently held its annual Cosmic Golf Challenge at the Grand Cypress Golf Club on Thursday, March 28. Sponsored by Bright House Networks and Cisco Systems, the event hosted nearly 200 golfers who putted for progress with proceeds supporting Orlando Science Center and its educational programs.
It was a beautiful day for golf, fun and science as the Grand Cypress Golf Club hosted the 29th Annual Cosmic Golf Challenge benefitting the Orlando Science Center! Sponsored by Bright House Networks and Cisco Systems, golfers took part in an 18 hole best ball tournament to support education programs that encourage children to explore the world around them through science.
Thanks to participation, hole sponsorships and raffle and mulligan purchases, the event raised the most money to date! Enjoy these photos that had competitors putting for progress!
28th Annual Bright House Networks Cosmic Golf Challenge
More than 200 golfers scrambled for science by participating in the 28th Annual Cosmic Golf Challenge at ChampionsGate Golf Resort on April 7. Sponsored by Bright House Networks and Cisco Systems, the event raised funds for educational programs at the Orlando Science Center.
Various corporate teams and individual players came together to putt for progress during 18 holes of best ball tournament play on two separate courses. Hole sponsors, buying “mulligans” and raffle prizes also generated revenue. Don Reid Ford and Mullinax Ford donated cars for hole-in-one prizes on each course. Players enjoyed lunch, dinner, an awards ceremony, drawings, contests and prizes.
University of Central Florida’s Head Football Coach George O’Leary addressed the golfers at the awards dinner that following the tournament. As UCF’s head football coach for the past seven years, O’Leary has seen the Knights through several historical “firsts” and an abundance of victories. He spoke about the importance of education and its relationship to sports.
For almost three decades, Bright House Networks has helped raise vital funds for the Orlando Science Center. Participation in this event supports education programs that encourage children to explore the world around them through science.
Unique hands-on learning takes place within and outside the Science Center’s walls for youth of all ages. Live programming and exhibit experiences spark a child’s curiosity and encourage them to see the impact science, technology, engineering and math have on their life and future career opportunities.