11th Annual Combat Golf Tournament – Sept. 21


 We have revised the event to be safe for our players and volunteers,reduced the price, and are looking forward to seeing you for a fun day at the course!

This is not just your ordinary golf tourney!

Join the Dana Point 5th Marine Regiment Support Group (DP5MRSG) for the most fun you’ll ever have on the links!

It will once again take place at the challenging Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club, 26772 Avery Pkwy, Mission Viejo, CA 92692. Proceeds go to the DP5MRSG to provide support to our brave defenders and their families, as well as the Wounded Warrior Battalion West at Camp Pendleton.

The event is always a sell-out, so better jump in now! Play golf yourself or sponsor a Marine or Wounded Warrior in the Tournament.  Just $150*  includes golf, box lunches (loaded on your cart by gloved and masked golf course personnel.)  range balls, and a player swag bag. After the Tournament, there will be a  no-host cocktail hour with substantial hors d’ oeuvres on an outside patio, an awards ceremony, and an up-close view of the chopper ball drop.

The Tournament is organized along COVID guidelines. One person per cart, unless players request to ride together. Pins will stay in the hole, except on Par 3’s, where we will have our volunteers tending the pins. Registration will be set up with social distancing. The driving range will be open, but there will be no putting contest, and unfortunately, no flak jacket/helmet experience. Masks will be required (we will provide one in your swag bag), and all our volunteers will be masked and gloved.

Check-in for the golf scramble format starts at 9:00 AM. The Tournament begins at 11:00 AM.

The business community and local organizations have come out in force to support the annual event, including sponsorship from The Toll Roads and the City of Dana Point.  A few sponsorships remain; for more information, contact Patti Short, Event Chair, at 949.500.4951.

*If you are already registered at the $200 fee, please contact Patti: 949.500.4951

*Photo Credit: Mark Montgomery Photography