"Most fun charity golf tournament I’ve ever played in!"

"I felt like a pro on the PGA tour. What a great experience. I'll be back next year."

"A completely unexpected experience that was really wonderful."

the 2nd annual SECCA Slam for Art
will be held on october 23, 2018

It's official! The 2nd Annual SECCA Slam for Art, to benefit the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, will return to the scenic Salem Glen Golf & Country Club in Clemmons, NC, on Tuesday, October 23 (rain date is October 24). 

This is the world’s most artistic charity golf tournament.

This is a one-of-a-kind golf experience that combines the thrills of playing a Jack Nicklaus-designed championship course with an unforgettable contemporary art experience. The tournament raises funds for the most renowned contemporary art museum between Washington, DC, and Atlanta. 

For one day only, we transform this course with artful experiences on that bring to life the work of famous contemporary artists like Keith Haring, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Jackson Pollock and more.

This is a traditional Captain’s Choice Tournament with a shotgun start. However, from the time you tee off, until the time that you arrive for the awards you’ll want to have your camera with you, along with a good set of clubs. Around every corner of the course are visual displays, fun contests and artistic experiences that will make this the most memorable tournament that you will ever play.


Sponsorships are available on a first come, first served basis. You can register for Hole Sponsorships HERE. Additional sponsorships, that offer your company terrific visibility beyond hole sponsorships, are available. Contact us at SECCAslam@gmail.com.

Last year, sponsorships sold out, and so did the tournament. Don't wait!

Come  volunteer at the tournament. It's a great group of people who love art and golf. There are many volunteer opportunities before and during the tournament. Check it out! 

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Join the fun at this unique golf tournament. We will post information about the 2018 tournament shortly, but check out the 2017 tournament



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