5th Annual Phil Wells Golf Excursion: September 13th at the Moraga Country Club. Shotgun start at 12 noon, followed by cocktails and dinner. $ 300 per golfer, includes lunch, welcome gift, prizes, dinner, and silent auction. The proceeds will go to UC Davis Football scholarships. To register or for more information, contact John Silverfoote, [email protected]

Hope 100 golf marathon: September 13th at Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton. The event starts at 6 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. $ 2,500 per golfer (golf for two) includes: green fees, cart (one per golfer), three meals, hosted bar, loot, competitions and prizes (including 75,000 hole-in-one challenge). Golfers can register as an individual and try the 100 holes on their own in one day or split the challenge among friends. The event is fast paced, just drop your ball and play. Most people complete 18 holes every two hours. Although score is not a primary concern, prizes are awarded in relation to scores. Proceeds from the event will benefit Hope Hospice patient care and community programs, including free bereavement support and training for caregivers. Register at hope100golfmarathon.com or contact Marc Rovetti (415) 310-9703 for more information

Putting dog companion for puppies Golf Classic: September 17th at the Cinnabar Hills Golf Club in San Jose. The best shotgun ball scramble format starts at 12:30 p.m. $ 275 per golfer includes golf, range balls, cocktails, lunch, dinner, welcome gifts, multiple competitions and a silent auction. Golfers are greeted by a dog companion at each hole. Proceeds will go to Canine Companions, a nonprofit that provides carefully bred and expertly trained service dogs to children, adults, and veterans with disabilities free of charge. To register or for more information, visit www.canine.org/puttingforpups

Father Berris golf classics: September 20th at the Silver Creek Valley Country Club in San Jose. The event starts at 10 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 11:45 a.m. $ 190 per golfer, $ 720 per foursome: includes cart, lunch, on-course refreshments, dinner, prizes and tea gifts. The proceeds from the tournament will provide scholarships to seminarians and programs to benefit the youth of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. To register or for more information, visit www.FrBerrisGolf.org or send an email to [email protected]

Promote mental health: September 24th at Coyote Creek Golf Club in Morgan Hill. Four-person scramble with a shotgun begins at noon. $ 250 per golfer, includes: green fees, cart, packed lunch, competition prizes, donation raffles, silent auction and dinner. Dinner by the Green-only tickets are available for $ 75 each starting at 5:30 p.m. Hole sponsorships available. Event hosted by the Valle Monte League, a women’s nonprofit dedicated to fundraising through mental health authorities to achieve better mental health in the community. Visit www.vallemonte.org/golf-tournament to register. For more information or questions, contact Laurie Woodward at [email protected]

HSSV putt front paws: September 27th at the Olympic Club, Lake Course, in San Francisco. Reception, range training, and breakfast begin at 9:00 am, followed by a shotgun start at 11:00 am. $ 10,000 per foursome: includes golf, golf cart, lunch, on-course refreshments, prizes, awards, and post-game cocktail. Dog companions will greet golfers at each hole. The proceeds will benefit the Humane Society Silicon Valley. To register or for more information, contact Jenna Torres at [email protected], 408-262-2133 x106

Peter Pabst SJ Legacy Golf Tournament: September 27th at the San Jose Country Club. 11:30 a.m. shotgun launch. $ 400 per golfer, includes: golf, cart, bag drop, on-course food and drink stations, multiple competition holes, and reception. Sponsoring opportunities available. The online auction runs from September 17th to 27th. The proceeds will go to the Sacred Heart Crèche Schools and the Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School. For more information, visit Legacygolf2021.givesmart.com or contact Rhonda Nourse (408) 314-8906, [email protected]

Rotary Club Morgan Hill Golf Classic: October 1st at Coyote Creek Golf Course in Morgan Hill. Events begin at 10 a.m., followed by a shotgun launch at noon. $ 200 per golfer or $ 800 per foursome or $ 225 and $ 900 after September 28th. Includes: golf, cart, lunch, drinks on the course, cocktail reception, dinner and tournament prizes. Proceeds from the event will benefit the club’s philanthropic programs: youth grants, fellowships for the local community, and international support projects. To register or for more information, visit www.golfclassic.morganhillrotary.org

Libbey Family Fund golf tournament: October 2nd on the Lone Tree Golf Course in Antioch. 10.00 a.m. check-in, followed by 10:48 a.m. tee off. US $ 120 per golfer, includes range balls, par 3 competition, box lunch on the course, best ball scramble, tee prizes and raffles. Proceeds from the event will help fund scholarships and aid for students and families in East Contra Costa County. To sign up or for more information, visit libbeyfamilyfundforeducation.com

Cal Poly Alumni Charity Tournament: October 10th at Franklin Canyon Golf Course. 11:30 a.m. start time. $ 150-200 per golfer or $ 750-800 per foursome includes: golf, BBQ lunch, 20-door win tickets, drink tickets, silent auction and three mulligans. Lunch tickets and hole sponsorship only available. All funds raised will be used to support scholarships for Cal Poly Bay Area students. To register or for more information, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/cal-poly-alumni-21st-annual-greater-bay-area-golf-tournament-tickets-156153408047

Hemophilia Golf Tournament: October 25th at Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton. Shotgun start at 10 a.m. USD 650 per golfer, including 18-hole course (course designed by J. Nicklaus), range balls, cart, meals, drinks and gourmet dinner. The funds raised will support the Northern California Hemophilia Foundation. To register or for more information, contact Andrea Orozco at andrea.hemofoundation.org, (510) 658-3324

To submit a hole-in-one or golf tournament, contact Nick Roth at [email protected]