Stittsville Business Association 2nd annual charity golf tournament

This year, the Stittsville Business Association (SBA) will be hosting their 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Stittsville Golf Course (formerly the Glen-Mar) on September 5th with registration at 11:00 a.m.

All proceeds after expenses will go to help the Stittsville Lion’s Club “Light Up Village Square” this Christmas. Without our support the park could be in the dark. In 2018, the SBA provided $1,000 to the Stittsville and District Lions Club to keep the tradition ongoing!

The “Texas Scramble” format will be played to keep things moving — meaning the lowest score among your team members after each hole will count towards your overall score. The team with the lowest score at the end of 18 holes wins.

Any skill level, from first time golfer to seasoned pro is welcomed. The goal is to have fun, get to know local business owners, and enjoy the afternoon out on the course. All proceeds from the tournament will go towards some of Stittsville’s great local charities.

What does your tournament ticket include: Cart rental, green fees, lunch, and a delicious Chicken & Rib dinner.

For those of you non-golfers but want to support a good cause — you can purchase “Dinner Only” tickets and join us at 6:30 p.m. for a delicious meal and a chance to network with local business owners.

Optional: Holes are available for sponsorship. If interested in a sponsorship package, please e-mail

Here is the schedule:

Registration starts at 11:00 a.m.
Lunch to be served at 11:30 a.m.
Tee-off is at 12:30 p.m.
Supper will be served at 6:30 p.m.

To purchase tickets — Click Here to Purchase Your Tickets

The SBA supports local Stittsville businesspeople to ensure their success by delivering value to their members through a series of strategies and use of their combined voices to educate Stittsville residents on the high quality of the business services available right here in our community.

If you are a new or existing Stittsville business and want to find out more visit the SBA’s website to see how they can help you.



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