The Eagle Alliance-hosted Crypto Cup Golf Tournament

The annual Eagle Alliance hosted Crypto Cup Golf Tournament provides critical funding each year for the National Cryptologic Foundation.


The 20th Annual Eagle Alliance hosted Crypto Cup Golf Tournament benefiting the NCF is scheduled to take place on 7 October 2021. We know how excited everyone is to get back out on the course together. We can't wait for what always proves to be a fun day of friendly competition and great golf. And this year will be even more fulfilling as more of us will be able to venture out to participate.

Information about sponsorships, registration, and the raffle is provided below. Sponsorships and registration fees can be paid for via our secure online payment forms. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase at the event. If you'd like to share a flyer about the event with others - see below for a link to download a PDF version. Please stay tuned for the opening of registration.

This important annual fundraiser is always a lot of fun for all involved. It's a great day of golf, prizes, and more. See further below on this page to learn much more about the history of the Crypto Cup and to grab links to see photos and recaps from previous years.

2021 Sponsorship opportunities and player registration details: 

Beverage Cart Sponsor (One sponsor only) -$3,500 which includes:
❖Company name/logo on beverage cart windshields; recognition on the NCF website and during awards ceremony; and one foursome.

Corporate Tournament Sponsor (Multiple sponsors) -$3,000 which includes:
❖Company name/logo at a tee box; recognition on the NCF website and during awards ceremony; and one foursome.

Breakfast, Lunch, or Hot Dog at the Turn Sponsor (One sponsor each) -$2,500 which includes:
❖Company name/logo displayed; recognition on the NCF website; and one foursome.

Golf Cart Signage Sponsor (1 for windshield, 1 for insert behind pairing names) -$2,500 which includes:
❖Company name/logo on signs of each golf cart; and one foursome.

Mega Putt Sponsor (One sponsor) -$2,000 which includes:
❖Company name/logo displayed on putting green; and one foursome.

Awards Sponsor (Multiple sponsors) -$1,500 which includes:
❖Company name/logo displayed during the awards presentation; and two player spots.

***Reminder: ALL Sponsors are encouraged to provide a small logo item for the participant gift bags!

Individual Player Registration Fee: $140 Includes:
•18 holes of golf with bag service and carts
•Mega Putt Contest Entry
•Mulligans –now included!
•Continental Breakfast
•Lunch
•Beer Package (domestic, water, soda, Gatorade)
•Prizes for Top Teams and Special Contest Winners
•Participant Gift Package

Cash, check, and credit cards accepted for payment. Payments can be made securely by credit card via the Foundation website.
Make checks payable to: National Cryptologic Foundation, Inc.
Mail to: Eagle Alliance, 2711 Technology Drive, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701 Attn: Stephanie Brandhofer (Agostinelli)

Raffle: We will also return to our in-person raffle, but will highlight some of our fantastic raffle prizes online prior to the tournament. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase at the event. If you would like to donate a raffle prize, please contact the event coordinator, Stephanie Brandhofer (Agostinelli), at Stephanie.Agostinelli@gdit.com or 301-939-1480

For more information, please contact the event coordinator, Stephanie Agostinelli, via email: Stephanie.Agostinelli@gdit.com or telephone: 301-939-1480


HISTORY

In June 2002 Eagle Alliance sponsored its first golf tournament to benefit the NCMF. In past years, the annual Eagle Alliance tournament was dedicated to the memory of Tim Sheahan, Eagle Alliance's first Account Executive and a key contributor to the award and success of the GROUNDBREAKER Program.

The 18th annual tournament was held in June 2019, and the tournaments have provided over $700,000 to support NCMF operations. There is no question that without the annual contribution from this tournament there are a number of years when the NCMF would not have been able to meet its obligations in terms of support to the National Cryptologic Museum (NCM).

The winning team from each tournament is honored by a ceremony and reception at the NCM. Their names are inscribed on a plaque and they are "presented" the CRYPTOCUP trophy, which is kept on display at the NCM. Recent years have included a very popular Spy Tee-Off - see photos on the recap pages.

CRYPTO CUP RECAP PAGES

  • The 19th Annual Eagle Alliance hosted Crypto Cup Golf Tournament benefiting the NCMF was held on 24 September 2020 at the Compass Pointe Golf Course in Pasadena, MD. The tournament had been rescheduled from June to September due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite a challenging year and extra safety precautions still being in place, the event was a big success, raising over $33,000 for the Foundation. Congratulations to the team representing FedData who won first place! Please click on the date/title to see the full recap and results page.

  • Friday, June 28, 2019, 113 players gathered at the Compass Pointe Golf Course in Pasadena to enjoy a day of fun and competition for the 18th Annual Eagle Alliance Hosted Crypto Cup Golf Tournament to benefit the NCMF. The very popular "Spy Hole" raised $600 and yielded lots of great photos of our golfers in disguise! Eagle Alliance presented a check to the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation for $32,000, raising the total raised over 18 years to over $700k. The winning team scored a 60 and the 2nd and 3rd place teams had a score of 61! Click on the trophy or title to see the full recap page.

  • Thursday, September 27, 2018, 110 players gathered at the Compass Pointe Golf Course in Pasadena to enjoy a day of fun and competition for the 17th Annual Tim Sheahan Memorial Golf Tournament (aka Crypto Cup). The always popular "Spy Hole" raised $700 and yielded lots of great photos! Eagle Alliance presented a check to the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation for $35,000. The final amount will total over $46,000. The top three teams all had a score of 61! Click on the trophy or title to see the full recap page.

  • Friday, June 9, 2017 was a beautiful warm day with temperatures in the 80’s. A total of 124 players gathered at the Patuxent Greens Golf Course, in Laurel, MD, to enjoy a day of fun and competition. A total of over $34,000 was raised for the Foundation! This year featured another great Spy Tee Off hole, resulting is fantastic photos! The team from SCI took home the first place trophy and there were many other awards and an especially great array of raffle prizes. MANY thanks to Eagle Alliance, the sponsors, donors, volunteers, and participants who helped to make this important fundraiser a big success. Please click on the title or trophy image to see more recap, winner info, and lots of photos.

  • On 2 June 2016, 130 players gathered at the Patuxent Greens Golf Course in Laurel to enjoy a day of fun and competition. After 18 holes of play, everyone gathered together for a country buffet lunch and awards. Eagle Alliance presented a check to the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation for $32,000. The final amount raised actually totaled over $33,000, of which over $500 was raised at the Spy Hole where players posed as spies for team photos. MANY THANKS to Eagle Alliance for sponsoring this very imporant annual fundraiser for the NCMF! Click on the title or image to learn about the winners and see lots of great photos!

  • On 15 May 2015, the 14th Annual Eagle Alliance Tim Sheahan Memorial Golf Tournament (CryptoCup) benefiting the NCMF took place and was another GREAT success! We had 140 players, plus other supporters who came out to enjoy the day. Superior Communications, Inc. once again took the 1st Place title. Eagle Alliance presented the NCMF with a $38,000 check! Click to see lots of photos and learn about winners, sponsors, and more. Thank you to everyone for your support!

  • On 6 June 2014, Eagle Alliance sponsored its 13th Annual Tim Sheahan Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation, Inc. It was a great day of fun competition. SCI Communications once again took the 1st place title. Eagle Alliance raised $38,000 for the NCMF as a result of this important annual fundraiser. Click on the image to see photos and all the details. You can also see photos from the Volunteer Award Luncheon HERE.

  • On 20 June 2013, Eagle Alliance sponsored its 12th Annual Tim Sheahan Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the NCMF at the Patuxent Greens golf course in Laurel, Maryland. SCI Communications took the 1st place title. Eagle Alliance presented the NCMF with a $40,000 check as a result of this fantastic annual fundraiser. Click on the trophy or title to see all the details.

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