Calabasas, CA 91302 United States
What better way to spend a Monday than getting out of the office, enjoying time outside with colleagues and friends and raising money for a good cause. LATLC’s annual golf tournaments sell out nearly every year, drawing players and vendors alike with the promise of fun in the Southern California sun.
Since 2013, LATLC has held a golf tournament in the fall each year that consists of a round of golf, cocktail hour, silent auction, live auction and dinner. The tournament is a “scramble” format, consisting of four-person teams and vendors on each hole.
While the winners earn trophies, everyone is much more focused on raising money, enjoying each other’s company – and scoring the bragging rights that come with beating your friends and colleagues on the course! LATLC held its first-ever golf tournament at Mountaingate Country Club. It was a success – so much so, in fact, that we decided to host another tournament the following year. It has since become an event that many look forward to – and it raises six-figure sums to give to our partner charities!
LATLC’s Annual Golf Tournament was held in 2014 and 2015 at Trump National Golf Course in Rancho Palos Verdes. There, golfers enjoyed stunning ocean views set against one of the most beautiful courses in Southern California. After the tournament, golfers and guests enjoyed a cocktail hour with live music – played by attorney Neville Johnson – and dinner afterwards.
LATLC moved its golf tournament to the equallyimpressive El Caballero Country Club. An exclusive private country club hidden in the hills in Tarzana, “El Cab” is a golfer’s track, boasting a challenging design and impeccable conditions. At El Cab, the course is difficult and longer than most. That, combined with flawlessly-maintained greens, made it the perfect spot for a competitive scramble tournament. The third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh annual golf tournaments were all held at this jewel of a club. The last tournament, held in 2016, shattered all previous records with more than $250,000 in gross revenue, thanks in large part to the donation of hosted dinners by LATLC executive committee member Steve Vartazarian.