The Chapel Haven Golf Tournament has a new date and a new host course!
Please mark your calendars for the 4th Annual Chapel Haven Golf Tournament, taking place Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019 and take note that the tournament this fall will be held at Race Brook Country Club in Orange, CT.
We are also seeking sponsors!
Last year, we turned golfers away! So register now, either online or via our brochure.
To register online, click here: https://www.chapelhaven.org/golf-registration/
To see more details, click here for our brochure: 2019 Chapel Haven Golf Tournament
“The last two years, we have filled the tournament to capacity and we are very proud of that. Last year’s golf tournament raise drew 153 golfers and raised in excess of $20,000 toward increasing employment opportunities for Chapel Haven adults,” said Golf Chair Peggy Baker.
The growth of the Chapel Haven golf tournament was a big factor in seeking out a new location.
“Our golf committee visited several area courses and received competitive quotes. We felt that the package and amenities offered by Race Brook will make the 2019 tournament a standout experience,” Peggy said.
Questions? Call Peggy Baker at (203) 217-4691 or Catherine DeCarlo at (203) 397-1714, ext. 148.
About Race Brook Country Club:
Race Brook Country Club is located on nearly 300 acres of gorgeous property in Orange, close to the Merritt Parkway. The course offers an 18-hole, 6,027-yard Championship course; great chipping areas, a practice green, easy club drop-off, and a spacious 8,000 square-foot ballroom for dinner, auctions, raffles, prizes, award ceremony. Founded in 1912, Race Brook Country Club ranks as one of the oldest private country clubs in CT. The course was designed by Robert D. Pryde, a native of Scotland, a course architect and the first coach of the Yale University golf team. The original 18 holes from the No. 1 course opened on July 14, 1913 on the original 145 acres owned by the club.On September 23, 1926 another 18 holes were opened on the additional 125 acres purchased in 1924, making Race Brook Country Club the first 36-hole country club in New England.