Charity Tournaments

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Charity Tournaments


DATE EVENT/CHARITY GOLF COURSE PHONE, WEB/EMAIL INFO

APRIL

22 HACEMOS Scholarship Classic Pevely Farms 314-292-9336, stlhacemos.com

22 Joe Balota Memorial/Siteman Cancer Center Triple Lakes facebook.com/JBMemorial joebalotamemorial@gmail.com

28 Danny Boy Golf Classic/Dan Devereaux Memorial Forest Park dannyboykids.com

29 Rise Above Foundation Woods Fort 636-295-5610

MAY

1 Knights of Columbus Charity Scramble Landings at Spirit 314-623-3646

1 West County Family YMCA Old Hickory 636-532-3100 cindy.wilhelm@gwrymca.org

1 Billiken Golf Classic Norwood Hills 314-977-8180, slubillikens.com

5 Forest Park Forever Forest Park 314-367-7275, forestparkforever.org

6 Aaron Hubbell Memorial, Friends of Kids with Cancer Pevely Farms 314-229-7854, aaronhubbell.net

8 Circle of Concern/St. Mark Presbyterian Church Aberdeen 314-610-5168, bob17@charter.net

8 South City Family YMCA & Carondelet Park Rec Complex Forest Park 314-768-9622 karolyn.carmack@gwrymca.org

8 Make-A-Wish Classic Norwood Hills 314-205-9474, www.mo.wish.org

12 White House Retreat Annbriar 314-416-6400, whretreat.org/golf

17 Downtown STL YMCA Tapawingo 314-436-4100 belynda.woods@gwrymca.org

17 Rotary Club of St. Louis/Ride on St. Louis Forest Park MaggieL@rotarystl.org

18 St. Louis LDA Scholarship Classic Missouri Bluffs 314-966-3088, ldastl.org

18 Edward Jones Family YMCA Whitmoor CC 314-439-9622 anderson.maestri@ gwrymca.org

18 St. Louis LDA Scholarship Classic Missouri Bluffs ldastl.org, 314-966-3088 chrisk@ldastl.org

19 Divots and Divas Ladies Charity (Soroptimist International) Eagle Springs 314-398-3940, soroptimiststlouis.com

19 Something For Kelly Foundation/Eating disorders Annbriar 618-698-5901 something4kellygolf@gmail.com

22 Friends of Kids with Cancer Whitmoor CC 314-275-7440, friendsofkids.com

22 Chaminade Golf Tournament Algonquin 314-692-6717, chaminade-stl.org

22 St. Louis Pro Players The Legends 314-402-9631, stlproplayers.org

JUNE

4 I Hate Cancer/Siteman Cancer Center Forest Park ihatecancerstl.com ihatecancerstl@gmail.com

5 O.A.S.I.S. Food Pantry Old Hickory 636-441-3981, oasisfoodpantry.com

5 Four Rivers Family YMCA Franklin County CC 636-239-5704, becky.cox@gwrymca.org

5 Golf Classic for Kids, benefiting Great Circle Algonquin 314-919-4785, greatcircle.org

8 Fisher House Veterans and families Forest Park 314-353-8000, fisherhousestlgolf.org

12 Wildwood Family YMCA Aberdeen 636-458-6636 Jodi.smedley@gwrymca.org

12 LGF Pancreatic Cancer Research Ironwood cecil.groetken55@gmail.com

12 Jeff Clinton Memorial/Marygrove Children Norwood Hills 314-830-6249 marygrovechildren.org

14 YMCA Trout Lodge & Camp Lakewood Tapawingo 573-438-2154 renee. …

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