12th Annual Special Olympics Santa Clarita and Tri-Valley Charity Golf Tournament

Thank you to everyone who attended and supported the Charity Golf Tournament at the beautiful Valencia Country Club on September 8, benefitting the athletes of Special Olympics Santa Clarita & Tri-Valley.

With your support, we raised much needed funding for individuals with intellectual disabilities while having a fun day of golf. We look forward to next year's tournament.

For more information, contact Laura Mayo at 661.253.2121 or scv.tv@sosc.org.

Golf Tournament Winning Teams

First Flight

  • 1st Place - Ellen Krause, David Moore, Dianne Stevenson and Jonathon Stevenson
  • 2nd Place - Darryl Gordon, Jeff Loth, Jerry Miller and Roger Stephenson

Second Flight

  • 1st Place - John Harrier, Barry Pontius, David Silver and Wesley Silvestri
  • 2nd Place - Steve Jones, Warren Stewart, Peter Stewart and Craig Geyer

Additional Tournament Awards

  • Straightest Drive - Gary Fisher and
    David Moore
  • Closest to the Pin #3 with 5'11" -
    David Moore
  • Closest to the Pin #7 with 20.5" -
    Warren Stewart
  • Putting Contest Winner - Aviv Ilan

How Your Support Helps Special Olympics

Special Olympics Santa Clarita & Tri-Valley enriches the lives of athletes with intellectual disabilities and their communities through sports, education, and athlete health.

Proceeds from the Charity Golf Tournament will not only provide free year-round sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, but also give them empowerment, joy, and improved health.

Meet Our Athletes

Watch stories about how your donation changes lives by visiting our Athlete Profiles page.

Training for Life

All proceeds from the Golf Tournament directly benefit Special Olympics Santa Clarita & Tri-Valley.

Special Olympics provides free year-round sports training and athletic competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Our programs help build the self-confidence of our athletes so they can work and give back to their community. They drive the athletes' determination so they can overcome hurdles. They give families hope that their children, siblings, and relatives will achieve their potential. We provide individuals with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to become more physically fit and live happier, healthier, and longer lives.

Created by the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation. Authorized and Accredited by
Special Olympics, Inc. for the Benefit of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities.

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