Prizes include a $4,000 cash prize for the winning foursome, as well as a Honda car for anyone who scores a hole-in-one.
All proceeds benefit the Centro Mater Foundation, which provides childcare services to South Florida's immigrant population. Programs include care for infants and toddlers, a pre-school program and after-school care.
This year's tournament is scheduled for 11 a.m., March 18, at International Links Miami-Melreese Country Club.
Miami-based BEA Architects, led by Bruno-Elias Ramos, principal-in-charge, provides planning, architectural, civil, structural engineering and interior design services as well as construction management. The firm has designed passenger terminals in Europe and the Americas.