Sentient Jet Sponsor Golf’s 2012 Tavistock Cup

By Community | March 13, 2012

Sentient Jet, cough one of the leading private aviation companies in the U.S. and the Official Private Jet Partner of the PGA TOUR, announced today it will sponsor the 2012 Tavistock Cup, a team golf event featuring professional golfers from around the world.

As part of the sponsorship, Sentient Jet Cards will host a luxury-viewing gallery on the 18th Hole and award exceptional prizes to Tavistock Cup competitors.

The ninth annual Tavistock Cup, which takes place March 19 and 20, 2012 at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, is an officially sanctioned PGA TOUR event showcasing the ultimate golf competition between four global clubs – Albany, Isleworth Golf & Country Club, Lake Nona Golf & Country Club and Queenwood Golf Club. The Tavistock Cup event will again be one of the most sought after tickets in sports as the invitation-only, no-ropes gallery is limited to approximately 3,500 invited guests.

“Sentient is honored to once again sponsor the Tavistock Cup and some of the world’s elite golfers as they compete to determine the World Golf and Country Club Champion,” said Kevin Vaughan, President of Sentient Jet Cards. “We look forward to offering guests a special environment at the 18 hole with a tremendous view and unparalleled comfort. In addition, we hope to add a little extra incentive to the tournament with opportunities for the golfers to win Sentient Jet Cards and experience for themselves the smartest way to fly privately.”

Among the highlights, Sentient will sponsor the competition at the Par 3, 13th Hole. Any golfer that records a hole-in-one will earn individual $25,000 Sentient Jet Cards for every member of his six-man team. Sentient will also award a $20,000 Sentient Jet Card to the individual winner of the “closest-to-the-pin” contest over the two-day competition. In addition, Sentient’s luxury viewing gallery on the 18th hole will provide invited guests with an exciting and comfortable view of all the great action on the final hole.

by Ismail Uddin