Print Version | Newsletter Home | NAAA Home
National Agricultural Aviation Association eNewsletter
Voice of the Aerial Application Industry
August 8, 2019
2019 Ag Aviation Golf Tournament Oct. 19–20

NAAA members are invited to join your Arkansas brethren for a fun weekend of golf and fellowship Oct. 19–20. The Red Apple Inn and Country Club in Heber Springs, Ark., is hosting the 2019 Ag Aviation Golf Tournament. This year’s proceeds will benefit the Miracle League of Arkansas, a baseball league for children with intellectual and/or physical disabilities.


The $150 entry fee covers two rounds of golf, happy hour and dinner at the Red Apple Inn on Saturday evening and a complimentary T-shirt. The tournament starts at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, with a two-man scramble format. The final round tees off Sunday, Oct. 20, starting at 8:30 a.m. (A dinner-only fee of $35 is available for non-golfers.)

Inn rooms, two-bedroom condos and three-bedroom condos are available at the Red Apple Inn for $135, $215 and $260, respectively. Call the Red Apple Inn at 1-800-733-2775 and use the reservation code “AG AVIATION” to reserve your room.

To register for the Ag Aviation Golf Tournament, complete the registration form and mail a check to:

Brenda Watts

102 Norris Lane

Watson, AR 71674
(please include T-shirt size on the check)

The tournament organizers, a small group of Arkansas aerial applicators, decided to donate proceeds from this year’s golf tournament to the Miracle League of Arkansas to help the organization repair its flood-damaged ballfield. On June 7, the Miracle League’s specially equipped ballfield was flooded with water from the overflowing Arkansas River. More than 24,000 tiles were damaged in the flood that must be removed, cleaned, sanitized, repaired, reinstalled and repainted. The nonprofit organization launched the Flood the Field with Love campaign to raise funds to repair the field.


For more information, please contact the 2019 Ag Aviation Golf Tournament organizers. Contact information for members of the tournament committee is available here.

<< Previous Article
Share this article:  LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
Add a CommentAdd a Comment
View CommentsView Comments ()
This newsletter is intended for NAAA members only. NAAA requests that should any party desire to publish, distribute or quote any part of this newsletter that they first seek the permission of the Association. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of the National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA), its Board of Directors, staff or membership. Items in this newsletter are not the result of paid advertising and are only meant to highlight newsworthy developments. No endorsement by NAAA is intended or implied.
NAAA Updates Checklist for Pilots Subject to the Discharge of a Firearm Targeting an Ag Aircraft
Activists Groups Sue EPA Over Chlorpyrifos Decision
Switzerland Launches Extensive Unmanned Air Traffic Management System
NAAA Submits Comments on Leading Edge Associates’ Request for Exemption from Several Part 137 Regulations
NAAA Launches Instagram Account
2019 Ag Aviation Expo Pre & Post-Expo Orlando Fun & Disney Travel Agent Available to Assist
NAAA and NAAREF Board Meetings Oct. 11-12
Putter Over to NAAA Expo NAAREF Fundraiser, It’s a Hole Lot of Fun
Less than a Month Left to Apply for $20K in Scholarship Aid Available for Aspiring Ag Pilots
We Love Our Members! Check Out All Your Support Has Helped Us Accomplish! Please Continue Your Support
2019 Ag Aviation Golf Tournament Oct. 19–20

September 23–27

Operation S.A.F.E. Analyst School

Carlisle, AR Municipal Airport 

Dennis Gardisser


October 3–4

Colorado AAA Operation S.A.F.E. Fly-In

La Junta, CO

Jessica Freeman



October 11–12

NAAA and NAAREF Board Meetings

Grand Hyatt Denver 

Lindsay Barber


Full Calendar of Events



NPDES PGP Compliance Tools
NAAA/NAAREF Safety Videos
Agricultural Aviation Mag.
NAAA "Ag Wings of Tomorrow" Scholarship Application
Tower Outreach Tools
Tower Marking Warning Letters
NAAA UAV Safety Stuffers
NAAA UAV Encounter Checklist
Shooting-Response Checklist
NAAA Media Relations Kit
Ag Aviation 101 Presentation
NAAA Professional Operating Guidelines Booklet
Aerial Applicators Manual
Contact Us
Search Back Issues
National Agricultural Aviation Association, 1440 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 202-546-5722 | Fax: 202-546-5726 |

To ensure delivery of NAAA eNewsletter, please add ''
and '' to your email address book.

If you are still having problems receiving our emails, see our whitelisting page for more details.
National Agricultural Aviation Association