Schamu Golf Outing, Auto Classic and Lawn Party

Monday, June 17 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Elkridge Club, 6100 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21212


11:00 am – Golf registration opens
11:30 am – Golfer’s lunch and range opens
1:00 pm – Tee-off
3:00 pm – CEU Seminars (two 1hr credits available)
4:00 pm – Lawn games and golf clinic
5:30 pm – Cocktail party and car show

Join AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation for the annual Schamu Golf Outing, Auto Classic and Lawn Party. Yes, a lawn party! This year we’re adding lawn games and lots of fun for everyone not playing golf. We’ll also have the classic car show and cocktail reception on the Elkridge Club porch where guests can enjoy Southsides and good food while admiring one-of-a-kind treasures dating from the Jazz Age to present day.

For Golfers:

Dust off your mashie, buff your niblick, and iron your plus-fours! Enjoy 18 holes of golf on the Elkridge Club course. For the first year, the AIA Baltimore and BAF golf outings are combining for one spectacular game of golf. Registration opens at 11:00 am with lunch at 11:30 am. Bring cash for mulligans (just in case!).

Golf attire required for all golfers: Collared shirts, no steel spikes.

For Lawn Partiers:

Bring out the seersucker and vintage hats and parasols for the lawn party! Starting at 3:30, we’ll have a number of leisurely lawn games like croquet and bean bag toss, and more! If you’re new to golf or want to brush up on your skills, join us for a golf clinic with the Elkridge Club Golf Pro. Revel in the sunshine and enjoy the grounds of the Elkridge Club.

Car Show and Cocktail Reception:

At 5:00 pm, the car show and cocktail reception begins on the Elkridge Club porch. The reception includes a full bar, including the club’s famous Southsides. Rare vehicles from the Jazz Age to the present day will be on display. It’s the perfect way to spend a summer evening!

Car Show & Cocktail Reception included with golf ticket.

Proceeds of the event will be donated to the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF): a non-profit, educational organization that promotes public understanding and appreciation for Baltimore’s architecture and built environment, and AIA Baltimore’s outreach and education programs.


Our sponsors play a large part in making the annual outing a success. Attracting dozens of architects and other A/E/C professionals, the golf outing provides many great opportunities for corporate giving and marketing.

Learn about sponsorship opportunities