League School’s fourth annual “Fore” Autism Golf Classic takes place at the end of September. Join us for an enjoyable day on the golf course while giving back to the School:
Mark Your Calendar – Monday, September 28th
8:30 AM – Registration
9:30 AM – Shotgun Start
2:00 PM – Awards Luncheon
As we all continue to navigate the Covid-19 crisis, the health and safety of our guests remain our primary concern. We will work closely with the Walpole Country Club to ensure all state regulations and guidelines are followed. As a result, the event’s format and times may be subject to change. All participants will be notified of any changes in advance. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Join the growing list of sponsors who help make this event a success. We have a number of sponsorship opportunities to fit within your budget.
Corporate Sponsor Opportunities ($3,000-$10,000): We encourage corporate supporters to consider an Event, Golf Cart, or Luncheon sponsorship opportunity. These include golf for four, and visible company promotion. Learn more about available sponsorship opportunities and REGISTER HERE.
Small Group Sponsor Opportunities ($1,500): Our popular small group sponsorship includes golfing for four and a Tee/Green signage promotion of your company. REGISTER HERE.
All proceeds from this fun event will go towards improving learning opportunities for students with Autism. Thank you to the growing group of sponsors for their generous support. If you would like to learn more about being a sponsor or purchase a foursome for this event, VISIT HERE.
Not a golfer?
You can still be part of the day and make your impact. If you have an item or experience you would like to donate for raffle or auction, email Michelle Melanson, Special Events Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Check out images from the 2019 “FORE” Autism Golf Classic HERE
About the course
Walpole Country Club is a beautiful and challenging 18-hole championship golf course. Well-maintained, the Club has hosted a number of premier events including the 2012 Mass Open and the 2009 New England Open. Not just for elite players, the course’s moderate length and versatility also make it well suited for the average player.