Annual Women’s Golf Tournament

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Annual LGBTQ Golf Fore Good Tournament

Horizons Foundation’s 8th Annual LGBTQ Golf Fore Good Tournament will take place on Friday, June 16th at the gorgeous Chardonnay Golf Club in the Napa Valley. Registration is OPEN!

Horizons Foundation’s Annual LGBTQ Golf Fore Good is the Bay Area’s premier all-women’s 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.

LGBTQ 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.

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

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Thank You to our 2017 Sponsors!

PRESENTING SPONSOR

BIRDIE SPONSORS

PAR SPONSORS

MAJOR IN-KIND SPONSORS

MEDIA SPONSOR

For more information about the tournament or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Anthony Morin, Corporate Relations and Event Manager, at (415) 398.2333, ext. 115 or amorin@horizonsfoundation.org.

Registration is NOW OPEN!

2016 Winning Players and Teams

1st Place Team- Birdie Birds 2nd Place Team – Rainbow Pride 3rd Place Team
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Longest Drive – Jeanne Alderson   Best Dressed Team – Wonder Women
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Don’t miss out on this
fabulous and fun event!
Register Now!

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Photos by Trish Tunney

These are some highlights of the day in 2016 – follow us on Facebook, and we will make sure you know when all of the foursome photos are ready for you after this year’s tournament! Enjoy!

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