May 31, 2017 | Check-in 9:30am | Brunch 10am | Shotgun Start 11:30am | Dinner ~5:00pm
THFC is honored and grateful to once again be among the select nonprofits chosen to hold a golf tournament at the prestigious, exclusive Sanctuary Golf Course in the foothills south of Denver. This year's fundraiser is May 31.
Sanctuary was created in 1997 as a place for service organizations committed to developing unique relationships with those who support their efforts to improve our community. Play is limited not by membership, but to support charitable organizations. That philosophy of stewardship has enabled it to nurture valued Colorado nonprofits like The Home Front Cares for more than a decade. Read more about Sanctuary at the bottom of this page.
Your participation in this tournament will help provide a financial bridge to pay for essential life expenses for Colorado Military and Veteran Families. We are happy to say that $800 of your $1,000 donation is tax-deductible and will go straight to supporting THFC's mission.
The Home Front Cares is proud to partner with the City of Colorado Springs for the 2017 Veterans Cup.
Register online: you may register for individual or foursome tee times in the blue box to the right, or for a sponsorship at the bottom of the page. Additional sponsorships available, please call 719-209-4613 for details.
Register and pay by check: please download and complete this form and submit, along with your payment, to:
The Home Front Cares.
Attn: Golf Tournament
1120 N. Circle Dr, Suite 7
Colorado Springs, CO 80937-8516
Registration ends May 17th | Limited to 120 total golfers
Includes: Brunch & awards dinner | Cart and range balls | On-course beverages & snacks | Goodie bags | Use of Sanctuary’s exquisite club house
The Home Front Cares Development Department:
Designed by renowned course architect Jim Engh, the course protects a private oasis of 220 acres from residential development, effectively complementing 12,400 surrounding acres of dedicated open space. The course’s irrigated area comprises 85 acres.
Sanctuary wildlife includes elk, deer, foxes, coyotes, mountain lions, bobcats, black bears, porcupines, wild turkeys and golden eagles. No effort is made to keep wildlife from impacting the greens and fairways. Ongoing maintenance keeps the appearance of damage minimal.
It is estimated that a golf ball travels 11 percent farther at Sanctuary’s altitude compared with sea level. The many elevation drops and shifting wind patterns make club selection an interesting challenge.
“Simply the most spectacular golf course I have ever seen.” - Gary McCord, CBS Golf Analyst, Senior PGA Tour Professional