Women’s Care Peace at Home Golf Pro-Am – October 23-24

Golfer registration is now under way!

The Betty Griffin Center announces its first pro-am golf tournament to raise money for the organization — The Women’s Care Peace at Home Pro-Am Golf Tournament – is set for October 23-24 this year at The Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach.

“We are honored that Women’s Care has partnered with us as our title sponsor,” said Betty Griffin Center CEO Kelly Franklin. “Just like Women’s Care, our organization’s mission and values are aligned with caring for the health and well-being of women.”

Women’s Care CEO Alistair Madle agreed, noting that his organization understands the urgent need for the comprehensive services -the Betty Griffin Center provides to hundreds of -adults and children each year.

“Our specialty women’s health physician group has more than 100 outpatient locations throughout Florida, and we’re aware that one in four women have, are, or will experience domestic violence in their lifetime,” Madle said. “We’re excited to take part in this event to provide more funding for the nonprofit agency to help victims of domestic and sexual violence.”

Betty Griffin Center Board Members Dr. Tim Baird and Jayne Evans are co-chairs for the event.

“Our goal for the tournament is to establish a first-tier pro-am that will help fund the critical ongoing work of the Betty Griffin Center,” Dr. Baird said. Ms. Evans added that with the continued growth of St. Johns County, the need is increasing for emergency safe shelter and comprehensive services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

“In addition to Women’s Care as our title sponsor, we are grateful to Brittany and Billy Horschel are the tournament’s ur Healing and Hope sponsor,” Dr. Baird said. “We are also excited that Billy Horschel, ranked number 30 in the world, is working to accommodate our tournament in his schedule and lead our tournament day clinic.”

Evans added that Scott Jamieson, a top player on the European Tour, hopes his schedule will allow him to play as well.

“It is still early in the year, and players’ schedules remain in flux with the pandemic.,” she said. “Having players of this caliber taking part in the tournament raises the visibility of the Betty Griffin Center while delivering a terrific player experience.”


For the best golf experience the field is limited to 80 players, not including the 20 professionals.

The cost is $1,200 per player, which includes dinner, breakfast, a golfers clinic, the tournament and the champions reception.

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Tournament PGA Players Announced

Nine PGA Tour golfers are now committed to play in the Women’s Care Peace at Home Pro-Am Golf Tournament, including Len Mattiace, Brittany Lincicome, Matt Every, Brett Drewitt, Bill Kratezert, Deane Beman, Luke Guthrie, Mark Blakefield and Justin Hueber – with more expected to join the Women’s Care Pro-Am over the next month to round out the field of PGA Tour golfers.

After turning pro in 1990, Len Mattiace has enjoyed a successful career highlighted by two PGA TOUR wins and a dramatic, runner up finish at the Masters.

Meanwhile, Brittany Lincicome is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour and is one of the longest drivers in women’s golf – leading the LPGA in driving distance during her 2005 rookie year with an average of 270.3 yards.

Matt Every has been playing professional golf since 2006 and currently competes in the PGA Tour and played Nationwide Tour beforehand. Every had won three professional tours to date, including Two PGA Tours and a Korn Ferry Tour.

We’re thrilled that our first group of pros has joined us. Having players of this caliber participate in the tournament raises the visibility of the Betty Griffin Center and will deliver a terrific player experience.

Tournament Schedule

The tournament kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, October 23, with a welcome cocktail reception, dinner, live auction, and the announcement of pairings of the foursomes with the professionals.

On Monday, October 24, Tournament Day will include registration and a light breakfast at 8 a.m., followed by a clinic conducted by professional players. Tee off is 10:15 a.m. The tournament will be followed by a champions reception from 3 to 5 p.m. All events occur at The Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach, located at 101 Plantation Dr.

Tournament Sponsors/More Sponsorships Available

In addition to our title sponsor Women’s Care, we want to thank all the other sponsors who have joined us over the last few months, including ‘Healing & Hope’ Sponsor Brittany & Billy Horschel, ‘Gold Sponsor’ Jaguars Foundation and our ‘Silver Sponsors’ Douglas Elliman and the Kim Martin-Fisher- Jennifer Martin Faulker Group!

Title Sponsor

Women’s Care

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Healing & Hope Sponsor

Brittany & Billy Horschel

Gold Sponsor

Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation

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Silver Sponsors

Douglas Elliman
Kim Martin-Fisher- Jennifer Martin Faulker Group

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Dinner Sponsor


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Beverage Cart Sponsor

Beaches Dermatology

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Golf Cart Sponsor

pearmid properties

Pearmid Properties

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Breakfast Sponsor

Ansbacher Law

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Hole in One Sponsor – Hole #12

Maserati Jacksonville

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Hole #2 Sponsor

Lazzara Orthodonics

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Championship Trophy Sponsor

Preddy Law Firm

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Golf Course Sponsor

The Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach

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First Hole Sponsor


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Champion’s Reception Sponsor


Postillion Wealth Management, LLC

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Hole #3 Sponsor

Flagler Health

Flagler Hospital

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Hole #4 Sponsor


The Bailey Group

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Currently, only hole sponsorships remain for $1,200 each – which offer participation for a wide range of companies and individuals.

To secure a specific sponsorship while available, contact info@bettygriffincenter.org.

Check out the sponsorship levels available and associated benefits here.

Outreach Office:

Betty Griffin Center
2450 Old Moultrie Rd, Ste. 202,
St. Augustine, FL 32086

M-F 8:30a.m. - 5p.m. (904) 808-8544 -Voice

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