This annual golf tournament is a special chance to improve kids' lives while playing Colorado's most beautiful and exclusive course. Sanctuary Golf Course is played solely by invitation or through charity events. Tennyson is one of approximately twenty-five nonprofits who are chosen each year to host one of these charity golf tournaments.

Schedule of events:

After breakfast and a shotgun start, players will enjoy a round of golf. Beverages and snacks will be delivered on the course, and everyone will celebrate at the end of the day with a cocktail hour. 

9-11 a.m. | Registration, Breakfast, Practice Facilities Open, Pro Shop Open, Bar Open

11:00 a.m. | Shotgun Start

4 p.m. | Tournament Ends

4-6 p.m. | Cocktail Hour, Networking, and Awards

Contact Us:

If you want to learn more about Tennyson Center for Children and opportunities for playing this tournament, please contact Jessica Snider or fill out a contact form.

[email protected]
(720) 855-3316



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Tennyson Center for Children
Please contact Jessica Snider, Director of Development, for more information.


Sanctuary Golf Course, North Daniels Park Road, Sedalia, CO, USA

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About Tennyson

Tennyson Center for Children opened in 1904 as an orphanage for kids in Colorado. Over the years, Tennyson has evolved to support kids and families impacted by neglect, abuse, or trauma. We help Colorado's most vulnerable young people find paths to healing through intensive in-home therapy, personalized education, and support services. Learn more at Connect on LinkedIn, Facebook, Youtube, and Instagram.


About Sanctuary

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 like the entire course is theirs-even when play is at capacity.