That’s a wrap!

Our 2015 Golf Outing has come to a very successful close, and we couldn’t have pulled it off without the generous support of our sponsors, our volunteer committee members and those of you who pulled on your golf shoes and dusted off your clubs for a great day of networking and fun at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club.

This year’s event boasted the single largest number of golfers ever, too!

The Golf Outing is one of our favorite networking and social events of the year — for good reason! A day spent on the course enjoying the conversation with homeowners, property managers and business partners in support of the work CAI Illinois does is great reminder that our volunteers and members are among the best around.

You can expect a lengthier write-up of the event (including official photography) next week, but in the meantime, enjoy these photos captured by staff yesterday.

Thank you again for your continued support — and we’ll see you next year on the links!

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