Sign up now for the Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Preserve Sharp Park - June 3!
- by: San Francisco Public Golf Alliance
Sign-up for Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Save Sharp Park, June 3
It's time to sign up for the Sixth Annual Alister MacKenzie Tournament at Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica. This year’s celebration takes place on Saturday, June 3.
This year we have cause to celebrate. Concluding 8 years of hard-fought politics and lawsuits, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in February voted 9-1 for a balanced plan to maintain the historic 18-hole links, while recovering snake and frog habitat in the Laguna Salada wetlands on the course’s west side. [CLICK HERE].
Sharp Park remains stunningly beautiful. But much work needs to be done to renovate this 85-year-old diamond-in-the-rough: we have plans to draw, agencies to persuade, friends to make. So we're still fundraising, and – more than ever -- we need your interest, your involvement and your financial support. Please join us – and bring your friends -- for the Sixth Annual Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Save Sharp Park, Saturday, June 3, 2017.
In case you missed it - or just want to be reminded how much fun we had – here is the photo report of our 2016 tournament [CLICK HERE] and SFPGA co-founder Bo Links on why the effort to save and preserve Sharp Park is so important:
Sign-up as a Sponsor - or help us find a Sponsor.
Make a silent auction donation of a guest 4-some at your golf course, golf lessons, or other goods
Save June 3 on your calendar, and pick your tee time: morning (7:30 a.m) or afternoon (12:30 p.m.)
High Drama at the 6th Annual Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Save Sharp ParkMonday, July 31, 2017150 golfers turned-out to celebrate the San Francisco Public Golf Alliance’s Sixth Annual Alister MacKenzie Tournament to Save and Preserve Sharp Park. We enjoyed fog in the morning, sun and wind in the afternoon, an exciting finish, and Dr. MacKenzie’s beautiful seaside links all day long.
In Memory of Sandy TatumSaturday, June 24, 2017His friends remember. The golf world remembers. San Francisco remembers. Public golfers remember.