Texas Power of Influence Golf Outing
Monday, April 18, 2016
TPC Craig Ranch - McKinney, Texas 
8000 Collin McKinney Pkwy
McKinney, TX 75070

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Building from the successes of the Randy Walker Power of Influence held annually in Illinois, the American Football Coaches Foundation will hold its seventh annual Texas Power of Influence Golf Outing on Monday, April 18, 2016, at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas.

This charitable golf outing is an initiative of the "Crossing the Goal Line" campaign launched by the American Football Coaches Foundation® (AFCF®) in 2006.

It has become tradition with the AFCF Golf Outings to hold an auction and dinner reception following the golf outing. The auction features sports memorabilia, tickets to events and football games, and many other unique items. Additionally, the event features a guest speaker. This year's guest speaker will be announced soon.

Many other coaches and notables have attended and participated in past years. Please continue to visit the AFCF website for updates regarding the special events that are planned for this important event.

Hotel Reservations
  • For those who are traveling for the event, the AFCF has reserved a Room Block at the Courtyard Dallas Allen at the John Q. Hammons Center, 210 E Stacy Road, Allen, Texas.
  • Guests are welcome to reserve rooms via telephone by calling the central reservations line (1-800-627-7468) or the hotel (214-383-1151). Ask for the American Football Coaches Foundation Block or ask the reservationist for the group code AFCP.

You can also reserve your room online by clicking HERE. This link will direct you the hotel's website with the special rate.
Special Room Rate: $109 USD per night
Start date:  4/17/16
End date: 4/19/16
Book By: 3/27/16 

Registration & Sponsorships Now OPEN!                               

For information regarding sponsorship and participation,
please call Mike Taylor at (847) 609-4187.                            

Past Golf Outings


Special Thanks to our Sponsors!






“Coach George Smith is not only an influence on young people, but the influence is multiplied many times in the beliefs of the young people he helped mold into amazing human beings. George is an outstanding coach, but more importantly, he is an outstanding gentleman.” —Tina Jones, Principal of St. Thomas Aquinas High School