13 Jun Supporting Local Heroes, Walters’ 5th Annual Charity Golf Classic
This August, Walters Management will host the 5th Annual Charity Golf Classic benefiting Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station. This year’s major sponsors include Epsten, Grinnell, & Howell, Pacific Green Landscape, O’Connell Landscape Maintenance, Pacific Properties Service, Park West Landscape, and Pro – Tech Painting. While the Charity Golf Classic is about raising funds for a great cause, it also offers an opportunity for attendees to mingle with the veterans who have personally benefitted from WFFS.
Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station is a local organization that was founded in 2004 to provide assistance and support to military men and women who have been medically retired or discharged. The foundation provides vital assistance to these men and women who are making the difficult post-service transition back into civilian life. Freedom Station provides the housing and services necessary for a successful transition. The Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station is a cause close to the heart of Walters Management which has many ties to the military community. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the Walters Management Charity Golf Classic will go towards the foundation’s goals for providing quality-of-life items, support services, and transitional housing for those who have served their country.
Our local industry partners play an important role in making this event a success. It is through their participation that Walters Management is able to host this event in support of Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station. Last year this event raised over $46,000 for WFFS thanks to their generous donations and participation in this event.
The tournament will be held on Tuesday, August 30th at The Crosby Club at Rancho Santa Fe, an upscale golf course in North County. The Crosby has been the course of choice for the last two years due to its beautiful views and innovative design crafted by Fred Couples and Brian Curley. As many guests are experienced golfers, it is important to keep the pace of play and provide a course that promotes friendly competition for a fun day out on the green.
As we get ready for this year’s Charity Golf Classic, we would like to thank all those who are participating and especially Executive Assistant, Sherrie McNaughton, for all the hard work she has put into making this event a reality.