Golf Tournament Benefit

RTAAF Friends,

On behalf of the RT Autism Awareness Foundation and the Board of Directors, I am pleased to announce the 15th Annual RT Autism Awareness Foundation Golf Benefit at Willow Creek Golf Course on Friday, July 21st, 2017. Registration at the event begins at 8:30 AM with breakfast to purchase. Shotgun start at 10:00 AM ! In past years, we have been filling up to capacity quickly. Shotgun start at 10 am and in years past we wrap up the round of golf around 3:30 pm with dinner to follow.

We promise you a great time, great food and much more!  If you have golfed with us before, thanks for thanks for returning!  If you haven't, you don't want to miss this great golf benefit!

Our entry fee this year will be $90.00 and hole sponsorships are just $200. We are committed to keeping our golfing fees at a reasonable price for all of our golfers and sponsors who participate!

Featuring:  4-person scramble* Putting Contest* Hole in One Contest* Closest to the Pin Contest* Longest Drive Contest* Mulligans* Player Gifts*Hole in One Contest – Win a New Car! * Prizes and Awards* Raffle* Auction; Silent Auctions MANY MORE SURPRISES and a fantastic dinner.

There will be food to purchase on the course during golf, and a complimentary meal after golf.

Come meet Rochester's Own minnesota Viking Marcus Sherels !



You can register to golf or sponsor a hole on-line by going to:

Registration opens May 17th !

If you or anyone you know is willing to donate silent auction items, please let us know.  Anything is appreciated. Thank you.

Come join us for this fun event and hear all about the good things RTAAF is focused on! With support from golfers and sponsors, RTAAF can continue to Educate, Advocate, and Unite!

Thank you!


Randy Schmidt 

RT Autism - Willow Creek - Photo by Dustin Hart


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Best in America - Independent CharityThe RT (Reece Trahan) Autism Awareness Foundation is an organization dedicated to making people aware of Autism and the effects it has on individuals and their families.

The diagnosis of Autism is an emotional one for families, and the RT Autism Awareness Foundation wants individuals and families to recognize that they are not without help.