Lenders Cup Golf Tournament – 2022
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Thornapple Pointe Golf Course
7211 48th Street
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
Please note that the outing will take place regardless of weather, with the exception of a thunderstorm/lightning.
- What is the Lenders Cup Golf Tournament? It is a golf tournament held annually where the banks and credit unions that had loans approved with GLCF over the last fiscal year compete against each other. The winning team will have the overall lowest score, receive bragging rights, a cash prize, and the GLCF traveling trophy!
- How do I get invited from year to year? Do at least one deal with us every year! Lenders with at least one loan approved through GLCF over the course of our fiscal year will receive an invite. Once all invited lenders have responded, GLCF will work on putting foursomes together based on where each lender works. If more players are needed to make a foursome, we will reach out to those participating from your bank or credit union so you can recruit additional players.
- What if I received an invite to golf and I would like to play, but I don’t want to compete? We would love to have you! We also have non-competing teams comprised of board members and loan committee members. Let us know that you would like to attend and play for fun, and we will place you in a non-competing foursome.
- What if I received an invitation and I don’t play golf but would still like to participate? Your bank or credit union is still eligible to compete. Please call us and talk about different options, and we would also love for you to join us at our post-round celebration.
- Do all the players in my foursome have to be bank or credit union employees to be eligible to compete? Yes.
- Is there a cost to participate? No, this is a complimentary event.
Lenders Cup Tournament Winners!
2021 – Greenstone Farm Credit Service
2020 – Event Cancelled Due to COVID
2019 – West Michigan Community Bank
2018 – West Michigan Community Bank
2017 – Independent Bank (formerly Traverse City State Bank)