CTA sponsors putting challenge at BOMA Boise golf tourney

By: Travis Estvold
29 September 2014

On Sept. 18, members of CTA Boise manned the “Putt for a Putter” challenge tent on the practice green during BOMA Boise’s 24th annual golf tournament at Banbury Golf Course in Eagle, ID.

Loads of golfers tried to sink a roughly 50-foot putt, including Nate Hutton of ESI Express, who nearly won when his perfectly on-line shot bounced off the cup; but it was Roger Friend of The Russell Corporation — whose putt came within 18 inches of the hole — that scored a new Bridgestone True Balance TD-01 putter, courtesy of CTA.

If you’ve never heard of the Boise chapter of BOMA (the Building Owners and Managers Association), their mission is to “represent, educate and promote the interests of professionals who own, manage, or support commercial real estate in Idaho.” Visit their website for more information.

Write a comment