TOURNAMENT OF HOPE
Villa's annual golf tournament, the Tournament of Hope, is held at a local country club in the fall. The event is very popular and sells out quickly every year! Be sure to get your golfer or foursome reservations in early to secure your place. Tournament format is Shamble and each golfer reservation includes green fees, cart, lunch, hosted beverages, and dinner.
The Tournament has a different theme each year and includes a full day of golfing, cocktail hour, helicopter golf ball drop, and sit down dinner. Cocktail hour includes the helicopter golf ball drop, wine draw, and raffle. Dinner includes a program, live auction, and paddle raise. All event proceeds benefit the diverse programs that Villa provides for children, adults, and seniors with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
32nd Annual Tournament of Hope
October 14, 2019
Thank you to everyone who joined us for this year's Star Wars themed golf tournament! With your help, we raised over $260,000 for Villa's programs for children, adults, and seniors with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Photos from this year's event coming soon!
Thank you to our 2019 Tournament Sponsors!
Margo & Dan Bruich
Pana & Brian Gelt / Keyes Honda
Edmund & Mary Shea Family Foundation:
In Honor of Debbie Meymarian
Patty & Bob Zuber
Adams Campbell Co
Linda Lopez & Tony Borrego
Dottie & Byron Nelson
Watson Land Company
Player Gift Sponsors
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Sloan
Stone Tapert Financial
Licher Direct Mailing, Inc.
Owners Mary and Tom Bristow
Thank you to all of our supporters who made this year's Tournament of Hope a great success! Golfers enjoyed a beautiful day of golf and a fun evening at San Gabriel Country Club with the helicopter golf ball drop, wine draw, raffle, and live auction. With your help, the tournament raised $267,000 for children, adults, and seniors with intellectual/developmental disabilities. We are grateful to all of our sponsors and donors and hope to see you at next year's Tournament!
Photos from Tournament 2018 - "Around the World in 18 Holes"