Infoblox and PGA Champion, Jim Furyk have teed up an invitation-only virtual event, and you’re invited!
Learn from Victor Danevich, CTO System Engineering at Infoblox, how in this new hyperconnected world, of intelligent apps, IoT, machine learning, and blockchain, that Next-Level Networking is key to maintaining a secure, rock solid network that’s : Always on, Data Driven, Secure, Hyperscale, Anywhere.
Moderated by Golf Channel commentator, Steve Sands, the Infoblox Invitational 2020 will give you the opportunity to get some pointers that will take your game to the next level. Jim made golf history this year, becoming the third player ever to win his first two starts on the PGA Tour Champions. You’ll have the chance to submit your questions directly to Jim and watch him showcase his unique golf swing!
Register now to reserve your spot in the gallery! Infoblox Invitational 2020: Tee it Up with Jim Furyk!
- Hear stories from one of the all-time golfing greats and U.S. Open champion, Jim Furyk
- Participate in live Q&A with a future golf Hall of Famer – ask Jim anything, from tips to improve your own golf game to thoughts on the current season being played without fans in the gallery
- Learn how to take networking and security to the next level with Infoblox CTO, System Engineering, Victor Danevich
Attendees will receive a complimentary sleeve of Titleist ProV1x golf balls along with a set of PGA Championship ball markers and hat clip.
We will select one lucky winner to receive our raffle item, a Callaway Epic Flash Star driver (the driver Jim uses). *Must be present to be win.
Space is limited, so register today: Infoblox Invitational 2020: Tee it Up with Jim Furyk!
Jim Furyk, Professional Golfer
Since turning pro in 1992, Jim Furyk has become one of the world’s most elite and consistent golfers. After joining the PGA Tour in 1994, he won at least one tournament each year between 1998 and 2003, the second-best streak of winning seasons behind Tiger Woods. In 2003, he won his first major championship at the U.S. Open when he tied the record for the lowest 72-hole score in tournament history.
Jim’s success continued as he finished second on the 2006 money list and was named the PGA Tour Player of the Year in 2010. In addition to winning 18 times on the PGA Tour, Jim has also represented the United States in seven Presidents cups in addition to 10 Ryder Cups, most recently in 2018, where he was named the Captain of Team USA.