We currently have a single spot open and a running wait list for this tournament. To be placed on the wait list, contact Lauren Grinewich at Lauren.Grinewich@tennysoncenter.org
We're excited to announce that Sanctuary Golf Course has re-opened to safely allow guests to participate in this year's FORE! Our Kids 2020 Golf Classic! As you can imagine, to ensure everyone's safety and health, this year's event will look a little different; however, the unique opportunity to play Sanctuary Golf Course, Colorado's most exclusive, beautiful course while supporting the healing journeys of Tennyson's kids will continue!
This year's event will include a shotgun start at 11:00 a.m. with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. We will have grab-and-go breakfast and lunch and on-course beverages for all participants. Unfortunately, our traditional Fleming's steak dinner and breakfast buffet will be on hold until next year's event.
Schedule of events:
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.: registration, grab and go breakfast, practice facilities open, bar open
11:00 a.m.: shotgun start
11:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.: lunch at the turn
4:00 p.m.: depart upon completion of play
We encourage all to join us this year to continue the amazing support of our kids and families while enjoying a picturesque course with views of Pike's Peak in the distance.
Sponsorship options are also available below. And, this year, we are allowing individual golfers to participate in the tournament for $750 via the link below. Don't miss your opportunity to play at one of the most exclusive courses in the country while supporting the children and families of Tennyson - space is limited!
For questions about the event, please view our FAQ document.
The registration deadline is August 12.
Sanctuary is played exclusively by invitation or through one of the approximately 25 charity events hosted annually. It is known for its elevated tees, towering pines and 180-degree mountain views encompassing Pikes Peak to the South and Longs Peak to the North. Thanks to the dramatic terrain, a foursome typically feels the entire course is theirs-even when play is at capacity.