I’m about a month behind planning for this year’s 2012 Silicon Alley Golf Invitational, but rest assured, by Friday, I’ll have the date and venue which will get sent out to all of the players from last year to reserve their spot at some point over the weekend.
If you’d like to add your name to the list of potential players, please click here and sign up. This does not guarantee you a spot, but does get you on a list that will be notified if there is extra availability. Requirement to participate in the event is that you must be an active senior participant of the Silicon Alley ecosystem as either a founder/executive/partner/etc of a start-up, venture firm, technology company, or other type of organization. I hand pick every attendee at the event.
This is one of my favorite events as it brings together a fantastic group of business executives and puts us all in a neutral setting to have a good time and celebrate our industry. It’s nice to remove yourself from the day to day streets of NYC and set foot on the 6,300+ yard courses of Westchester, Rockland, and Northern New Jersey. We change the course up each year and I spent all of Saturday touring different golf clubs trying to pick the right atmosphere.
A lot of coordination goes into this day as it’s a labor of love and there is no “business” behind it to get things done. I might change a few things up from the previous years but it’s still too early to tell. Either way, the 2012 Silicon Alley Golf Invitational is going to be special and I’m looking forward to seeing you on the course.