Trident Technical College is the third largest college in South Carolina with over 13,000 students and proceeds raised from the event helps to change lives. Funds raised provide substantial support for student scholarships, the student emergency fund, faculty/staff development, academic equipment in the classrooms, and other critical needs throughout the college.
The TTC Pro-Am features 25 foursomes paired with a Lowcountry professional to hit the course at the Country Club of Charleston. Golfers enjoy lunch followed by a putting contest by East Coast Musty Putters. Players are given the chance to try their luck in hopes of scoring big in friendly competition of closest to the pin and longest drive, as well as hole-in-one prizes for both the amateur and professional golfers.
One of Charleston's most prestigious courses, The Country Club of Charleston was designed by legendary golf course architect, Seth Raynor, and opened in 1925. For many local golfers, it was a rare opportunity to play this private course, which hosted the 2013 USGA Women's Amateur Championship and will host the 2019 U.S. Women's Open.
Following golf, players and guests are invited to enjoy a special after-party featuring the Culinary Institute of Charleston’s distinguished alumni. Alumni chefs working in our local community prepare elegant signature dishes from oyster stew and enchiladas to delicious desserts and specialty cocktails.
Sue & Doug Stevens
Waterstone Financial Services
Thank you to the chefs who participated in the 2017 CIC Distinguished Alumni Party!
Michael O'Shaughnessy of Cassique
Patrick Kish of Swig and Swine
Lauren Browner of Wild Dunes
Peden Rucker of Fish
Jonathan Kaldas of The CODfather, Proper Fish & Chips
Anna Abram of Bishop Gadsden
Christopher Holme of Slightly North of Broad
Corey Elliot of Country Club of Charleston
Jillian Rowan of Red Drum
Bryan Voss of Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits
Ulfet Ralph of Little St. Simons Island
Jordan Fagan of Cru Catering