Annual Women’s Golf Tournament


6th Annual LGBT Golf Fore Good Tournament

Horizons Foundation’s 6th Annual LGBT Golf Fore Good Tournament was a huge success on Friday, June 12th at the gorgeous Chardonnay Golf Club in the Napa Valley. Thank you to all who made it our most successful tournament to date! We are already looking forward to spending the day on the course with you again next year. See our highlights of the 2015 tournament and join us next year  on June 17, 2016»

Horizons Foundation’s Annual LGBT Golf Fore Good is the Bay Area’s premier lesbian charity golf tournament. Since 2010, the event has drawn hundreds of women from across the Bay Area for a great day of golf and fun, and has raised over $100,000 in support of the LGBT community.

LGBT Golf Fore Good welcomes golfers of all levels, and features unique contests and prize holes to give everyone a chance to be a winner. After play, golfers, volunteers and revelers meet in the clubhouse for dinner, trophies, and dancing.

DJ AirsunWomen’s Tee Dance
Thanks to all who joined us for the after-party with DJ Airsun from Love in the Mix.



Most importantly, LGBT Golf Fore Good supports Horizons’ mission to help meet the needs, secure the rights, and celebrate the lives of LGBT people.

For more information about the 2016 tournament or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kelly Sherman, Corporate Relations and Event Manager, at or (415) 398.2333, ext. 115.

Thank You to our 2015 Sponsors!

JKZ SponsorshipPresenting Sponsor

Brio Financial Group

birdie Sponsors

Granite Solutions Groupe

Johnston, Kinney and Zulaica LLP

MassMutual Financial Group

Wine Sponsor

Constellation Brands featuring Robert Mondavi Winery and Ravenswood Winery

Vodka Sponsor

Tito’s Handmade Vodka

Media Sponsors

Chris Carnes List

San Francisco Bay Times

Best Dressed Foursome prize is sponsored by Saint Harridan

GFG Sponsors

Photo Galleries from Past Events

Photos by Ana Grillo

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