Parking Management Company (PMC) hosted its first annual Music City Masters golf tournament on October 26, 2021 at the Hermitage Golf Course in Old Hickory, TN. The event was in support of PMC Cares, the company’s Scholarship and Employee Assistance fund with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. With the generous contributions of their sponsors and attendees, PMC was able to raise over $85,000 for the charitable fund.
PMC is proudly headquartered in Nashville, TN. The golf tournament was a celebration of all things Music City, highlighting the food and entertainment that Nashville is known for. Guests were greeted at registration with music by Jax Hollow, singer-songwriter and Nashville native. Inspired also by professional golf’s Masters tournament, PMC offered guests items such as Masters-themed green cups and pimento cheese sandwiches for lunch.
The Music City Masters welcomed 122 golfers in its inaugural year. During their 18-hole round, golfers had the opportunity to participate in a hole-in-one contest to win a new Mercedes, shoot an air-cannon (winner Coleman Goldsborough of JA Uniforms), taste-test PMC’s signature barrel-pick bourbon, and more. CEO Tee McCarley encouraged additional proceeds to PMC Cares by placing friendly bets with some of the golfers.
“It was incredible to have our PMC teammates, clients, and vendors together again in 2021. I was blown away by our partners’ generosity in support of PMC Cares,” said Tee.
The golf round was followed by a lively reception, featuring more music from local musician Mike Miz and band. Guests enjoyed a Southern-inspired barbecue dinner and had the opportunity to bid in both a silent and live auction. Auction items included valuable signed instruments, tickets to concerts and sports events, and weekend stays at amazing destinations.
To conclude the night, awards were given out to the first, second, and third place teams. To break their teams’ tie, PMC President Matt Cahill and VP of Business Development Scott Goins competed in a nail-biting putting contest. To the great entertainment of the audience, both executives made holes-in-one. Goins’ team was named victor based instead on their back nine score. In keeping with the theme, the winners received green, embroidered Masters jackets and will choose the menu for the first Champions’ Dinner, to be held the night before next year’s tournament.
PMC looks forward to hosting next year’s Music City Masters and encourages anyone who would like to support PMC Cares to attend! The company would also like to extend special thanks to Title sponsor Daily Pay and Diamond sponsors Paycom and Flash Parking for their valuable contributions.