Tee Time at Hazeltine

St. David’s Center hosts the John Randle Tee Up for Tomorrow benefit golf tournament.
Candace and John Randle.

St. David’s Center of Child & Family Development knows just how important family is to our community through their work with child and family development. Help St. David’s Center raise money to help children and families in the area by attending its fifth annual golf tournament at Hazeltine National Golf Club.

Led by Candace and John Randle, the John Randle Tee Up for Tomorrow Charity Tournament aims to raise money to provide educational assistance to children at St. David’s Center.

The Randles’ son, Jonathan, has received early intervention and supportive education through St. David’s Center, and the Randle family has been a part of the St. David’s community for 10 years. Because former Minnesota Viking John Randle is an avid golfer, a golf tournament fundraiser was the obvious way to support St. David’s while sharing his passion for golf.

Since the event began in 2013, St. David’s has raised nearly $400,000 and has set the goal of raising $120,000 this year.

The event begins at 11 a.m. with golfer registration, lunch and practice time. The shotgun is at 1 p.m., followed by the official golf tournament. Finally, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., there will be a reception on the patio with food, beer and cocktail tastings with a program and awards ceremony.

So whether you’ve found support through St. David’s, you know someone who has, or you simply want to show your love for your community, the St. David’s Center golf tournament at Hazeltine is a great opportunity to get involved and give back.