Exchange Club of Fort Bend Brings Back the Duck Golf Tournament with Big Changes for the Betterment of the Community

The Exchange Club of Fort Bend is not only known for their community service but for their history of annual fundraisers such as the Duck Golf Classic. According to Club President, Chad Bridges, “We are excited to bring back the Duck Golf Tournament after not having the tournament in 2020. Keeping in mind the safety of our community, we raised funds with a virtual fundraiser in 2020. We still served our community and helped to keep everyone safe.”

The Club is excited to announce that this year’s Duck Golf Tournament to be held on November 8, 2021 has moved to a new location. The Quail Valley Golf Club and City Centre is the location for the 12th Annual Duck Golf Classic.

District Attorney, Brian Middleton and Dr. Malik Kutty are serving as this year’s Honorary Chairs. Both men embody the meaning of community service and are excited to lend a hand to the 2021 Duck Golf Classic, the Exchange Club of Fort Bend and the community the Club serves.

By supporting education, law enforcement, veterans, domestic violence and child abuse victims, health care, and mental health issues, The Exchange Club of Fort Bend helps to bridge service gaps and therefore nurtures a safer community for all.  This year, more than ever before, these issues are at the forefront as people continue to struggle with the pandemic.

Teams can be sponsored by individuals or companies. Sponsorships range from $2500 – $250. Individual golfers are $125. There are several benefits and eligibility is based on the level of sponsors. Please go to for more information or to participate in the 2021 Duck Golf Classic. Sponsors at the time of this release are:

Husein Hadi for JP Precinct 4, Mona Haque, MD, Luxe Plastic Surgery, The Kutty Law Firm, John Healey,

Aquarius Home Service, Charles and Cindy Amaro, First Step Diagnostics, Faisal Charania, Dogwood Brands, Christian J. Becerra for Judge 434th, Qaisar “Q” Imam and Bushra Cheema, MD., Steve and Kelli Metzenthin, Sugar Land CPAs, James Patterson, Ferrel and Shirley Bonner, and Michael Easton, East ProLaw.

The Exchange Club of Fort Bend is a local 501C3 community service club that is one of many local expressions of a National Organization represented in over 500 cities across the nation. The Club strives for a better community through fundraising and volunteerism. The Club donates an average of $30,000 per year and countless volunteer hours to Fort Bend County nonprofits. Areas of service include Americanism, Youth, Community Service and ultimately, The Prevention of Child Abuse.

The Exchange Club of Fort Bend meets for lunch on Wednesdays at the Sugar Creek Country Club. Guests are always welcome. If interested, please contact