2022 Homecoming Golf Tournament Sponsored by Glass Co.

The Department of Campus Recreation at the University of Texas at San Antonio is hosting the 2022 UTSA Homecoming Golf Tournament sponsored by Glass Co. on Friday, October 21, 2022.

This will be a 4-person, 18-hole scramble, which will be held at Canyon Springs Gold Club located at 24405 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio, TX 78260
This is a homecoming event for alumni, current students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends of UTSA.

The money raised from this event will be used to assist Campus Recreation student staff with attendance fees to national and regional conferences/workshops, which further their education and exposure to the fields of leadership development, university recreation, fitness and wellness, and facility management, outdoor recreation and higher education.

Date: Friday, October 21, 2022
Fee: $120/person or $480/team
Deadline: Wednesday, October 12
*To guarantee a polo shirt, participants must register by October 3
Check-in: 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Time: 1:30 pm Shotgun Start
Prizes: Longest Drive (men and women), Closest to the Pin (front and back nine), Overall Winners

The fee includes the Green Fee, cart, goodie bag, lunch, embroidered polo, drink tickets,  and door prizes.

For more information: Please get in touch with Andrew Chadick via email or phone (210.458.7566).

 Register for 2022 Homecoming Golf Tournament.

Thank you to our Sponsors! 

Title Sponsor

 Glass Co Logo

Presenting Sponsor


Longest Drive


Closest to the Pin


Hole Sponsors

Biolyte Logo

Tormax Logo

  Buckeye Logo


Positively Impacted Recipients of Our
Professional Development Fund

Abbas Bos
"I am so beyond grateful that I was given the opportunity to attend the
Wilderness First Responder Certification. Without the assistance from the
Professional Development Fund, I am not sure how I would have the
capability to cover this course.I want to thank Campus Receation for
allowing me to experience this event. It is truly a blessing and I am so
excited to apply what I learned on future excursions."

Alyssa Drake
"I am truly thankful for the Professional Development Fund for supporting
me with my Wilderness First Responder Certification. Through this
generosity, I acquired new skills, knowledge, and better understanding of
risk management, which helps me support my program while creating a safe
environment. Such opportunities open the doors and allow students to
grow exponentially as leaders in our communities."

 Fernie Perez
"I am extremely thankful for the Professional Development Fund. The Fund
allowed me to grow professionally and personally in many different aspects.
I was able to attend conferences and events both in and out of the state.
The best part about receiving these funds was always being able to bring
back the information I learned from the events and pass it along to other
students so they could grow. I would not be where I am today if I never
received the funding, as it has provided a solid foundation to build my
professional career."