FIFTEENTH ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
BROOKLAWN COUNTRY CLUB
500 Algonquin Road, Fairfield, CT
Support our homeless Veterans with a day of fun, food, friendship, and laughter!
Includes: lunch, 18 holes of golf, contests, prizes, player favors, cocktails, and dinner
Event proceeds support Homes for the Brave’s mission to help homeless Veterans return to meaningful and productive lives.
$375 PER PLAYER/ $1,500 PER FOURSOME
We encourage players to find their own foursomes, but we will do our best to accommodate single players by matching them with other singles.
Includes: Lunch, player favors, 18 holes of golf, cocktails, and dinner
CORPORATE AD PARTNERSHIP: $1,800
Your partnership includes recognition on our website and signage on the course and at the awards dinner. You’ll also receive a complimentary foursome and entry into all on-course contests.
DINNER ONLY GUEST: $150
Please join us for cocktails and dinner if you are unable to enjoy the day out on the golf course beginning at 6:00 PM.
Registration Opens & Lunch Begins
Awards & Dinner
Corporate Ad Sponors
Brooklawn Country Club
Please join us at the championship Brooklawn Country Club to support our homeless Veterans. Your entry fee includes lunch, player favors, green fees and golf carts, on-course beverages, hole in one contests, cocktail party, live auction, and awards dinner.
Brooklawn has been the site of numerous amateur and professional championships including the 1974 USGA Junior Championship, the 1979 U.S. Women’s Open, the 1987 U.S. Senior Open, and the 2003 USGA Girls Championship. It will also be the proud host of the 2020 U.S. Senior Women’s Open. The club has a strong tradition of giving back to the game through our hosting of local and state championships including the Connecticut Open. They are also avid supporters of programs like The First Tee.
We offer each team a choice of formats. Please choose from the following when you sign up for the event:
No handicaps needed. This format favors the casual golfer.
Handicaps are required. This format suits the more serious golfer who wants to play their own ball on this championship layout.