Tee Off With Special Olympics at the Charitable Golf Tournament
Mark your calendars for April 29, prefect your golf swing, and register now for the Special Olympics Charitable Golf Tournament at the Oaks Club at Valencia. Many of us drive The Old Road in Valencia and see the rolling hills, majestic oaks, and beautiful fairways and wonder what it would be like to play a round in such regal surroundings. Who wouldn’t want to play a course designed with consultation from two-time Major Champion, Mark O’Meara? Well, now is your chance! The Special Olympics Golf Tournament is a best ball scramble, held at the best time of year. Late April offers cool temperatures and amazing views of the green all around. The registration fee includes green fees and carts, practice balls, a putting contest, breakfast, fun holes on the course, lunch, and a variety of beverages course wide. Great value and great fun! 25 year golfer and repeat tournament participant, Jeff Miller said, “The Special Olympics golf tournament at the Oaks in Valencia is one of the best I’ve ever played. It’s a great course and a wonderful cause.”
If the idea playing a best ball scramble at one of the most beautiful courses around is not convincing enough to bring your foursome, maybe the amazing organization the event supports will. Every year, the Special Olympics Charitable Golf Tournament raises more than $30,000 in support of Special Olympics Southern California; an organization that provides inclusion, support, and athletic competition for people with developmental disabilities. Special Olympics Southern California provides everything at no cost to the athletes or their families, quite an endeavor when one considers the cost associated with hosting a sporting event that draws hundreds of participants.
If you are interested in playing, sign up now at www.sosc.org/theoaksclubgolf. Or learn more about Special Olympics at www.sosc.org.
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