18th Annual

Blackstone Valley Heritage Charity Golf Tournament


Join business leaders at this relaxed charity golf tournament

for a fun day of golfing, networking, and of course eating & drinking

all to benefit Blackstone Valley Tourism Council's

environmental education programs that work with children of all ages in our River Classroom at Central Falls Landing

and aboard The Explorer!


Registration includes:

·     18 holes of golf,

·     lunch,

·     steak dinner,

·     a gift bag,

·     and chances at great prizes!



Monday, June 26th, 2023

Crystal Lake Golf Club

100 Broncos Highway, Burrillville, RI



11:30 AM - Registration & Lunch

1 PM - Shotgun Start/Scramble Format

6 PM - Dinner and Awards Ceremony


Single golfer $160

Foursome only $600


And make sure to buy some raffle tickets because we have some great prizes from RI Spirits, Inside Links, The Guild, Mystic Aquarium, Blackstone River Expeditions, AAA, and a whole lot more!


Register Today!



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Thank you to our 2023 sponsors:















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