Swing into Action for the Turtle Bay Foundation 8th Annual Golf Tournament

Grab Your Clubs and Join Us

The Turtle Bay Foundation 8th Annual Golf Tournament will be held at the Arnold Palmer Golf Course on Thursday, October 28, 2021.

  • Check-In at 10:00 a.m.
  • Shotgun at 11:00 a.m.

All proceeds benefit the Turtle Bay Foundation, the charitable giving arm of the Turtle Bay Resort. Since its inception in 2012, the Foundation has donated nearly $1 million in grants to nonprofits making a difference in our North Shore and Ko‘olauloa communities and scholarships for hundreds of students pursuing their dreams of higher education.

You can also make a positive difference by bidding in the Turtle Bay Foundation online silent auction for a chance to win a three-night stay at the newly renovated resort, among other incredible prizes.

Explore the opportunities below to participate in the Turtle Bay Foundation 8th Annual Golf Tournament. Heavy pupus and drinks will be served as you play your way through the course. Click on the option you’re interested in to register and pay, and a Turtle Bay Foundation representative will be in touch with more information. The deadline to enter the tournament is October 8, 2021.

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BALL DROP ENTRY – $10

Purchase a ball that Paradise Helicopters will drop above the driving range! The ball drop will be the grand finale of the golf tournament. The closest ball to the hole will win a two-night stay at Turtle Bay Resort and two rounds of golf. Chip off for any first-place ties, and top five balls win prizes!

 

TEE SPONSOR – $500

This entry includes an on-course tee sign during the tournament.

 

PUTTING GREEN SPONSOR – $1,000

Sponsor the putting green area before the round by featuring your company or promoting your products through a putting contest and giveaway. Our professional staff will assist with organizing this opportunity.

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GOLD SPONSOR – $1,500

This sponsorship level includes entry for one team of 3-players. Each player receives lunch, tee gifts, a tournament shirt, and three certificates for a round of golf on Palmer. Members of the team also receive a tee sign during the event, recognition throughout the event, and reserved parking.

 

PREMIER SPONSOR – $5,000

This sponsorship level includes entry for two teams of 3-players. Each player receives lunch, tee gifts, a tournament shirt, and three certificates per team for a round of golf. Both groups also receive a tee sign during the event, recognition throughout the event, and reserved parking. Additionally, we are pleased to offer each individual on the Premium Sponsor team the following:

  • Three additional rounds of golf
  • A one night stay at Turtle Bay Resort
  • Private, one-hour golf clinic with a Turtle Bay PGA Professional
  • Prominent recognition throughout the event
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PRESENTING SPONSOR – $10,000

This sponsorship level includes entry for two teams of 3-players. Each player receives lunch, tee gifts, a tournament shirt, and three certificates per team for a round of golf. Both groups also receive a tee sign during the event, recognition throughout the event, and reserved parking. Additionally, we are pleased to offer each individual on the Presenting Sponsor team the following:

  • Three additional rounds of golf
  • A one night stay in our Ocean View room at Turtle Bay Resort
  • Private, one-hour golf clinic with a Turtle Bay PGA Professional
  • A three-course dinner for two at Alaia, Turtle Bay’s fine dining restaurant
  • A guided, 45-minute trail ride for two via the Turtle Bay Stables
  • A restoration team-building experience for up to 25 individuals with the North Shore Community Land Trust at Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point)
  • Plant and dedicate a tree honoring your organization at Turtle Bay’s Kuilima Farm
  • Prominent recognition throughout the event

Not a golfer? Consider Making a Contribution

If you are unable to join us on the course, please consider making a donation to the Foundation, which supports five key areas important to our North Shore and Ko‘olauloa communities:

  • Education and Job Training
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Preservation of Historical or Cultural Sites
  • Health Care
  • Sports and Recreation