The Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington will host its 40th annual Wellington Golf Tournament, which has been renamed the Neil S. Hirsch Wellington Golf Classic, on Friday, Nov. 5 from noon to 6 p.m. at the Wellington National Golf Club, located at 400 Binks Forest Drive in Wellington.
The Neil S. Hirsch Wellington Golf Classic will be led by a committee including Elliot Bonner, John Hornberger, Ray Mooney, Craig Morris, Max Westerman and Johnny Meier.
Golfers should register early for the event. An early bird foursome costs $1,000. Regular price after Sept. 1 is $1,200.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the Neil S. Hirsch Wellington Golf Classic is a fun tournament that continues to grow each year. The afternoon begins with registration and boxed lunches, followed by scramble play on a beautiful golf course. Enjoy the ever-popular rocket launcher and a hole-in-one contest throughout the day. Following golf, enjoy an awards celebration encompassing light bites, cocktails and an auction.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington, one of 13 Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. The clubs provide enriching programs to more than 10,000 boys and girls from ages 6 to 18 during non-school hours and an opportunity to attend summer camp. The programs at the clubs promote educational, vocational, social, recreational, health, leadership and character-building attributes in a positive and safe environment. The club experience provides children with the guidance they need to make a healthy transition from childhood to young adulthood.
Founded in 1971, Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County is a not-for-profit youth development organization. The clubs provide more than a safe, fun and constructive alternative to being home alone — they offer a variety of award-winning developmental programs to help youth build skills, self-esteem and values during critical periods of growth. The 17 clubs throughout Palm Beach County serve more than 10,000 children ages 6 to 18. For more information, visit www.bgcpbc.org or call (561) 683-3287.