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Brig Gen Robert L. Scott, Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament


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2025 Updates Coming Soon!  Tournament will be held at Idle Hour Club.

The Brig Gen Robert L. Scott, Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at Idle Hour Club on April 7, 2025. Enjoy a day of golf, fellowship, and share in honoring our next Macon’s great!

2024 Tournament Photos

Review of the 2024 Tournament – Honoring Carolyn Crayton

This year the Museum of Aviation recognized the unwavering support and selfless generosity of Carolyn Crayton. As a member of the Board of Directors, her leadership was critical to the long-term success of the Museum. Her robust, steadfast support has affected countless lives through the various Museum programs. This dedication and service reflect similar values and commitment to the Museum of Aviation as to that of Brigadier General Robert L. Scott. For this, the Museum of Aviation is forever grateful.


Beautification Project
In her honor, the Museum will pay tribute to Carolyn with a Beautification Project on the Museum Campus.

Beautification Donation


7:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
12:00 p.m. Honoree Celebration
12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Lunch Buffet
1:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
Awards Presentation following afternoon round

Golfer Perks

Breakfast or lunch in the clubhouse, greens fee, riding cart, range balls, and distinctive commemorative golf swag. All are welcome to attend the luncheon in honor of the next Macon Great and the Awards Presentation following the tournament.

Registration and Information – Please note: Two rounds of golf.  Please let us know 8:00am or 1:30pm.

Coming Soon!

Individual Registration – Please note: Two rounds of golf.  Please let us know 8:00am or 1:30pm.

Coming Soon!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Coming Soon!

With your support, we continue to tell the story of our American heroes and inspire future generations!

Committee Chairman
Colonel (ret) Fritz Heck is the Chief of Advanced Programs and Simulation at AFRC Headquarters. He is responsible for oversight of the Advanced Programs portfolio of the Air Force Reserves as well as the support for all Reserve-owned simulator programs. He facilitates matters pertaining to the oversight of Air Force Reserve flying hour program, the largest single program in the Air Force Reserves, at over one billion dollars.

Colonel Heck began his career upon graduation from the Air Force Academy in 1987 followed by undergraduate pilot training at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. He served in the Air Force as a fighter pilot in the RF-4C, F-4G Wild Weasel, and F-15E. After 13 years on active duty, he received a Reserve appointment and joined the 339th Flight Test Squadron at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. He retired from the military as the Chief of Standardization and Evaluation for HQ AFRC at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. A career Instructor Pilot and Evaluator, Colonel (ret) Heck is a command pilot with more than 3000 flying hours in multiple fighter aircraft.


Oliver Bateman, III
Justin Bradley
Malcolm Burgess, Jr.
Carolyn Crayton
Guy Eberhardt
Danny Gibson
David Hollingsworth
Lowell Register
Spencer Strickland

Contact: Gwen Davis | | 478-926-3558

2023 pictures.

2023 photos






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