American Cancer Society Pink Ribbon Golf Classic
#1 American Cancer Society Single-Day Ladies Golf Tournament in the United States
The American Cancer Society’s Pink Ribbon Golf Classic is undoubtedly one of the organization’s most successful annual events in the nation! It is planned and played by women and has raised well over $2 million since its start in 2006. The 2018 Classic aims to raise another $350,000 to help the American Cancer Society continue its extensive work in cancer research, education, patient services, and advocacy.
Each year, the Pink Ribbon Golf Classic includes two main events: the Pink Party and the golf tournament. The Pink Party is a cocktail reception with a high-end auction, delicious food, and a program celebrating cancer survivors. A couple days later, the golf tournament hosts 128 players on one of the finest courses in Georgia! Attendees of these events include local women golfers, corporate sponsors, plus Atlanta-area business and philanthropic leaders. Most importantly, all proceeds help advance the American Cancer Society’s work nationally and locally through programs like the Gwinnett Medical Center Patient Navigator… Join us as we give, golf and fight against cancer!
Sandie's Pink Park - Sept 30
Join us for an elegant evening of wine and hors d'oeuvres. Peruse a wide range of silent auction items and stick around for the live auction sure to include one-of-a kind experiences you won't want to miss. We will celebrate our honorees while supporting our mission to assist people on their cancer journeys and find a cure.
Golf Tournament - Oct 2
Come play in the American Cancer Society's #1 single-day women's golf tournament, The Pink Ribbon Golf Classic. Join 128 other women golfers on one of the finest courses in America, the River Club in Suwanee,GA. Enjoy the companionship, the beautiful outdoors, and the thrill of the great shot all while supporting the American Cancer Society. To view more pictures from our event: Click Here
The Pink Ribbon Classic was awarded "Distinguished Event Achievement" & "Top Golf Event" at the American Cancer Society of Gwinnett's annual volunteer luncheon. Additional honors to Martha Ashworth, The Heart of the Pink Ribbon, & Charlotte Barge, Pink Ribbon Achievement. Pat Lane received the Martha & John Adams award for distinguished excellence for her leadership of The Pink Ribbon Classic. None of these ladies expect awards for their passionate volunteerism, but isn't it nice they are recognized as leaders in our community? Well deserved and we are tickled PINK!