Monday Activities & Tuesday Pass the Gavel

Monday, February 19

The Club at Renaissance
12801 Renaissance Way
Fort Myers, FL 33912
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Golf Pairing List
The Club opened its doors in 2003 featuring a championship Arthur Hills designed golf course hailed as one of the best in southwest Florida. Shortly thereafter, in 2004, the David Humphrey-designed clubhouse was completed. Its Mediterranean-inspired design immediately garnered awards and accolades for architecture and interior design from some of the nation's most respected associations and publications. In addition, the golf course earned Golfweek Magazine's America's Top 40 New Golf Courses 2005.
Golf Fee
(Includes cart/green fee, transportation to/from course & boxed lunch): 
  • $320 (no club rental)
  • $385 (includes club rental fee)
    • *very limited club rentals available
Where to meet for bus transportation:
 Edwards Drive, immediately in front of the Luminary Hotel. 
  • 1:00pm Shotgun Start 
  • Depart Hotel at Noon, or as soon as the session breaks on Monday. 
  • Depart at approximately 5:00pm or whenever all players are done with play.
  • Boxed lunch provide as you board the bus

Backyard Social - click here to check out venue

Monday, February 19 – 1-4pm
Where to meet for bus transportation: Edwards Drive, immediately in front of the Luminary Hotel. 
Click here to view Backyard Social attendee list
  • Indoor/Outdoor Venue with 8 Food Trucks and Games
  • Games
    • Duckpin Bowling Lanes
    • Dart Lanes
    • Cornhole
    • Shuffle Board & More
  • Buses depart hotel at 12:30pm and return from event 4pm
  • $85 per person
    • Includes Round trip transportation
    • $20 Voucher for use at 8 Food Trucks
    • Two Drink Tickets
Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center
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Tuesday, February 20– 6-9pm
Dress Attire: Dressy Resort Casual
collared shirts and dress shoes for men, and cocktail dresses or dressy separates for women

The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is a must-see with a colorful history. Dedicated to bringing world-class art events to the region. The Neoclassic Revival architecture of this facility is a masterpiece and was built in the early 1900s on a site that was originally a Native American Calusa settlement hundreds of years ago. The building has gone through many changes over the years to its current day art center.
  • 5-minute walk from the hotel
  • Enjoy sampling the various food stations as you explore the two floors of art exhibits and entertainment. Music will lure you to the rooftop bar where you can take in the beautiful views.