We promised in last week’s post to provide a more robust round-up on the 2015 CAI Illinois Golf Outing — and here it is!

We were blessed with some incredible weather, a far cry from the monsoon that laid its mark on last year’s Golf Outing. Mild temperatures and bright sunshine made for a great day of networking, camaraderie and, of course, golf.

The event continues to grow year over year — and this was our biggest one yet! Kudos to the hard work of the volunteer committee, our generous sponsors and, of course, all of you for supporting this annual event. It’s always tremendous fun to plan and even more fun to see our members enjoying themselves.

The 2015 Golf Outing at A Glance

This was the 26th Annual CAI Golf Outing held at the always beautiful Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont. A record number of golfers pulled on their shoes and hit the links this year — 329 in total, including three foursomes on Dubsdread.

Forty-two additional people joined those golfing for happy hour and nineteen registered for a little friendly bean bag tournament. The bean bag tournament was a new addition to this year’s event — and by the looks of things, it will continue to grow. A new tradition had been created!

Photos of the 2015 Golf Outing

Kimberly Fivelson, Chair of the Golf Committee, awards the CAI Traveling Cup to John Santoro. His foursome had the lowest combined score on Dubsdread. Photos courtesy of Bruce Powell Photography. You can view the entire gallery here.

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