RANCHO SANTA FE — Nearly 100 players hit the links Jan. 31 for the 18th annual All for the Community Golf Classic to raise money for the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center.
The all-day event, held at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, teed off at 10:30 a.m. with a putting contest, massages and lunch. The shotgun scramble began at noon and was followed by the All Fore Fun after-party that included dinner, a silent auction and an awards ceremony for contests such as closest to the hole, longest drive and straightest shot.
“People had a great time,” said Erin Leahey, the community center’s executive director. “The after-party was fun. We’re all super excited. We met our budgeting goal.”
Auction items included golf and fitness packages, weekend getaways and spa treatments.
The cost to participate was $495 per player or $1,800 for a foursome. Golfers also received entrance for one guest to the after-party.
The event is the second largest fundraiser for the community center, accounting for more than one-third of its budget.
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