The FCBA Foundation will host its 26th annual FCBA Golf Tournament (health conditions permitting) at Westfields Golf Club in Clifton, Virginia, on Tuesday, September 20 at 1:00 p.m.
A familiar homestead to the FCBA Family, Westfields is known for its pristine golf course, fun layout, and welcoming facilities just a short drive from downtown DC. This is a great opportunity to not only play a fun course but also to enjoy a good time reconnecting with FCBA colleagues. Put your Eagle Foursomes together and compete for this year’s cup!
As always, all of the proceeds from the Tournament go straight to the FCBA Foundation to support its wonderful programs, including Scholarships and Summer Legal Internships. Over the years, the Tournament has raised over $400,000 for the FCBA Foundation charities.
Our goal and motto: “What a great concept: Do good and have fun at the same time!” We hope you can join us this year.
2022 TOURNAMENT DETAILS
■ Lunch has returned!
■ Shotgun start will be at 1:00 p.m. followed by a delicious post-round buffet BBQ dinner!
■ Two carts per foursome can be provided; however, we are bringing back the popular “walk-for-a-mulligan” challenge. Many players enjoyed the extra steps last year!
The Golf Committee always welcomes prize donations or those interested in assisting.
Contact Lee G. Petro at Lee.Petro@PillsburyLaw.com if you want to contribute.
*To promote safety and well-being, all attendees are required to be fully vaccinated under CDC COVID-19 guidelines prior to attending this FCBA event. On the day of the event, attendees are asked to complete the CDC COVID-19 Facility Access Tool to verify compliance. If there is a circumstance preventing vaccination, the attendee should follow the protocols outlined in the CDC access tool consistent with the CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level guidance. In attending this event, you acknowledge that the FCBA cannot guarantee that attendees will not be exposed to or contract COVID-19 and that by attending you may be increasing your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.