FORE! Yorkville Golf Outing


Thursday, June 9th, 2022

Blackberry Oaks Golf Course (2245 Kennedy Road, Bristol)

A Partnership Benefiting the Yorkville Community

The United City of Yorkville and Yorkville Educational Foundation have joined together to provide a day of networking, food and prizes as you golf for a cause in the FORE! (Friends of Recreation and Education) Yorkville Golf Outing!  Your support goes directly to programs that help special needs students within the District 115 and the residents within the Yorkville Community! 

​Golf Information

Registrations are accepted online, by phone (630-553-4357), or by mail (Registration Form).    

The Golf Outing is played in a scramble play format with a shot gun start.  Registration includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, drink ticket and lunch.  

Foursome:  $400
Single Play:  $100

Schedule of Events
7:00am Registration
8:00am Shotgun Start
12:30pm Buffet Lunch

Sponsorship Opportunities

Are you unable to attend the event, but still want to support the cause while gaining valuable viability to the community?  Sponsorships are a great investment in our community and a smart business move.  Increase your company's visibility and brand recognition to a large audience of community leaders, local families and public sector employees.  Sponsorships are 100% tax deductible and start at $100.  Secure a sponsorship online or download the sponsorship form and return to the Yorkville Parks and Recreation Department (201 W Hydraulic Ave, Yorkville IL 60560)!  

For questions or information concerning sponsorships, email Shay Remus.

Your Support Matters

Our community relies on the businesses, families and friends that attend each year!  Your continued support allows us to serve our community with outstanding educational opportunities, family programs and recreational activities.  Funds raised during this golf outing benefit students with a wide-range of academic abilities.  The FORE! Golf Outing showcases the innovative educational programs that exist within the community and the students who benefit from them. 

The Yorkville Parks and Recreation Department brings programs, leagues, special events and parks facilities to the Yorkville Community.  It brings quality and innovative program and park facilities that enhance the community and the residents they serve.

Yorkville Educational Foundation, the nonprofit fundraising partner of the Yorkville CUSD 115, identifies and funds opportunities outside of District 115's tax-supported budget.  The Foundation has invested more than $75,000 in grants and other opportunities focusing on innovation and educational equity.