Golf Division

For details on each of Bruno Event Team's current golf events, click on the links to the right.

Bruno Event Team - Sports Marketing and Event Management - GolfAngelo Bruno and his son, Ronald, combined their business skills and connections with their love for golf in 1991 to bring a Champions Tour event to the Birmingham area. This event was to provide first-class golf entertainment while raising substantial monies for Alabama charities. The Bruno Memorial Classic, which later became the Regions Charity Classic was the first Champions Tour event for the Birmingham-Hoover metropolitan area, and donated over $11 million for charity through 2010.

On August 23, 2010 the Regions Charity Classic became a major championship on the PGA TOUR Champions and is now called the Regions Tradition. The tournament is played annually at Greystone Golf & Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama. To date, the tournament has raised more than $15 million for charity. For more information, please visit

Bruno Event Team - Sports Marketing and Event Management - Golf

Bruno Event Team was awarded its first USGA contract for the 1999 U.S. Women's Open in West Point, MS. Since then, Bruno Event Team has managed more than 20 USGA  events and has secured contracts for more than five over the next four years. Besides working on USGA and PGA TOUR Champions events, Bruno Event Team has also managed events with the PGA TOUR, Tour (formerly the Nationwide Tour) and the LPGA. Today, no other management team in golf has as much experience in the start up and successful completion of tournaments in new markets.

Bruno Event Team - Sports Marketing and Event Management - Golf

Bruno Event Team is experienced in the following event management areas:

        • Integrating sponsorship proposals
        • Developing marketing and grassroots initiatives
        • Establishing and maintaining vendor relationships
        • Volunteer recruitment and management
        • Financial management
        • Tournament merchandise
        • Developing best practices
        • Professional support staff