Fall Golf Tournament

Our Golf Tournament was held on Monday, October 23rd, at St Johns Golf and Country Club, starting at 9 a.m. 

The 18-hole Clyde Johnston-designed course is the community’s centerpiece with just the right amount of challenge for novice and avid golfers alike. A great place to hone your skills, St. Johns is known for its consistent quality of service and conditions, being nationally ranked for customer satisfaction and loyalty by the National Golf Foundation, and host to the PGA TOUR Qualifying School in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Delicately carved out of a pine forest, the course at St. Johns offers five sets of tees plus a family tee that varies the length of the course from 7,250 yards down to 2,400 yards. Depending on wind conditions, the 18 hole course can be gentle or a real bear, so take your time to enjoy the game while natural wildlife surrounds you during your round.

Tournament Information

  • Prizes for members of the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place teams
  • Prize for Longest Drive
  • Prize for Closest to the Pin
  • Prize for Longest Putt

Schedule of Events

7:45-8:45  Registration
8:00-8:45 Practice Balls Provided
9:00  Shotgun Start

After Tournament

Prizes Presented

Participation Levels

Business Sponsorship

  • $600 donation to SJA
  • Corporate identity on tournament banner
  • Hole Sponsorship
  • 8 players in tournament
  • * Player benefits

Hole Sponsorship

  • $425 donation to SJA
  • Hole Sponsorship
  • 4 players in tournament
  • * Player benefits


  • $350 donation to SJA
  • 4 players in tournament
  • * Player benefits

Individual Player

  • $100 donation to SJA
  • * Player benefits

*Player benefits include

Tournament Golf
Complimentary BBQ lunch provided by The Golf & Country Club
Free Practice Balls

Spring Auction

Our auction is Saturday, March 17, 2018 at St. Johns Golf and Country Club.

Each spring our school has both a silent and a live auction.  This is a wonderful evening full of fun and great deals.  We ask that every family participate in some way and our hope is that every family will attend.  In January we begin the process.  Each classroom needs to have a parent to coordinate the creation of two themed baskets for the Silent Auction.  We ask all families to donate and/or solicit items.  On the day of the auction, we need volunteers to help set up.