Friends for Youth’s 28th Peninsula Golf Challenge

Started in 1987, the Peninsula Golf Challenge is recognized as one of the premier charity tournaments in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Monday, October 3, 2015, at the Sharon Heights Golf & Country Club in Menlo Park.
Registration opens at 10:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at noon.
The Peninsula Golf Challenge is a vital source of support for Friends for Youth. Just as Friends for Youth is committed to excellence in programming for at-risk youth, we strive to make the Peninsula Golf Challenge a prestigious event for our supporters. Limiting the field of play, monitoring the pace of play, and providing generous tee prizes are a few of the ways that we stand out. The Annual Peninsula Golf Challenge will be held once again at prestigious Sharon Heights, 2900 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park. 



Golf tournament entry is $400 per golfer. Registration includes green/cart fees, tee prizes, awards, lunch, dinner, and a tax-deductible $50 donation.



Reserve places at the cocktail reception, awards dinner and auctions.



We invite you to make a donation to Friends for Youth.




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An Ace, Eagle or Birdie Sponsor supports the matching of at-risk youth with caring adult mentors for a year including educational, life skills, and recreational activities.

Ace Sponsorship ($10,000)
Includes entry fees for up to one fivesome, and more.

Eagle Sponsor ($5,000)
Includes entry fees for up to two golfers, and more.

Birdie Sponsor ($2,500)
Includes entry fees for up to one golfer, and more.

Read more about sponsorship opportunities.

Tee Sponsor ($500)
A Tee Sponsor supports workshops on topics such as careers and abuse prevention as well as activities that expose youth to new experiences in culture, recreation and community service. Includes a sign placed at one of the tees and a listing in the tournament program.


Questions?  Email us at or call Becky Cooper at 650-368-4464.

FFY Short Description

Transforming the lives of at-risk youth through the power of mentoring