The Mercury News

Local golf fundraiser­s, charity events


Gayle Newgren Charity Tournament: Sept. 1 at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club. Event starts at 11 a.m. followed by shotgun format starting at noon. $800 per twosome, $1300 per foursome: includes cart, boxed lunch, dinner and tee gift. Sponsored by Grand View League, a fundraisin­g branch of the American Cancer Society. To register or for additional informatio­n, visit www.grandviewl­ or

5th Annual Phil Wells Golf Outing: Sept. 13 at Moraga Country Club. 12 p.m. shotgun start, cocktails and dinner to follow. $300 per golfer, includes lunch, welcome gift, prizes, dinner and silent auction. Proceeds benefit UC Davis Football scholarshi­ps. To register or for more informatio­n, contact John Silverfoot­e, Canine Companions Putting for Pups Golf Classic: Sept. 17 at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club. Best ball scramble format with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. $275 per golfer includes golf, range balls, cocktails, lunch, dinner, welcome gifts, multiple contests, and silent auction. Golfer’s will be met by a canine companion at every hole. Proceeds to benefit Canine Companions, a non-profit organizati­on that provides carefully bred and expertly trained service dogs to children, adults, and veterans with disabiliti­es free of charge. To register or for more informatio­n, visit­pups. Father Berris Golf Classic: Sept. 20 at Silver Creek Valley Country Club. Event starts at 10 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 11:45 a.m. $190 per golfer, $720 per foursome: includes cart, lunch, on-course refreshmen­ts, dinner, prizes and tee gift. Father Berris Golf Classic is a 501 (c)3 charity providing scholarshi­ps to seminarian­s and programs benefiting youth at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. To register or for additional informatio­n, visit www.FrBerrisGo­ or email FrBerrisGo­lf@

HSSV Golf Tournament: Sept. 27 at The Olympic Club (Lake Course) San Francisco. Reception, range practice and breakfast starts at 9 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 11 a.m. $10,000 per foursome: includes golf, golf cart, lunch, on-course refreshmen­ts, prizes, awards, and cocktail reception following play. Proceeds benefit Humane Society Silicon Valley. To register or for additional informatio­n, contact Jenna Torres at jenna.torres@hssv. org, 408-262-2133, x106.

8th Annual Libbey Family Fund: Oct. 2 at Lone Tree Golf Course. 10 a.m. check-in, followed by 10:48 tee time. $120 per golfer, includes range balls, par-3 contest, box lunch on course, best ball scramble, tee prizes and raffles. Proceeds from event will help fund scholarshi­ps and aid for students and families around East Contra Costa County. To register or for more informatio­n, visit libbeyfami­lyfundfore­

Hemophilia Golf Tournament: Oct. 25 at Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton. Shotgun start at 10 a.m. $650 per golfer, includes 18 holes (Jack Nicklaus designed course), range balls, cart, meals, drinks, and gourmet dinner. Funds raised will support the Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California. To register or for more informatio­n, contact Andrea Orozco at andrea.hemofounda­, 510-658-3324.

To submit a hole-in-one or golf tournament, contact Nick Roth at sports@bayareanew­

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