Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranches Memorial Children’s Charity Golf Classic

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RTJ at Grand National
3000 Robert Trent Jones Trl
Opelika, AL 36801
Pat Downing
Development Coordinator, ALSYR
P: 334.462.0432
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Sponsored by Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranches, Lee County Sheriff's Office, Chambers County Sheriff's Office, and Russell County Sheriff's Office

Date: June 19th, 2024
Time: 8:00 AM

The ALSYR Memorial Children’s Charity Golf Classic is held at RTJ Grand National in honor of the 8 children who lost their lives in a tragic accident on I-65 on June 19, 2021. The proceeds from this tournament go directly to the Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranches, where these children were residing at the time of the accident, to honor these children and continue the legacy of helping Alabama’s children in need.

Sponsorships & team registration are available. To sign up, contact Pat Downing at or by calling (334) 462-0432.


Net and Gross Winners (The First-Place winning teams will win a spot in the year-end Tournament of Champions in Gulf Shores, AL. Two double-occupancy hotel rooms for two nights will be provided for the players of the winning teams.) -

Long Drive for Men and for Women -Closest-to-the-Pin on Par 3 Holes -Hole-in-One Prizes on designated Par 3 Holes -Games, Raffle Prizes, and Giveaways

Sponsorship Opportunities

$200 per player

$200 Hole Sponsor

$800 per team

$1,000 Silver Sponsor

$1,500 Gold Sponsor

$2,000 Platinum Sponsor

$5,000 Titanium Sponsor 

About the Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranches

The event benefits the Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranches, a 501(c)(3) charity founded in 1966 by the Sheriffs of Alabama to provide a safe environment for boys who were in crisis situations. Since then, it has expanded to four locations throughout the state, including the girls ranch in Tallapoosa County. These ranches provide long-term, loving homes for the young people who live there. The ranches depend on funds donated by individuals and companies as well as fundraising events throughout the year. More information about the ALSYR can be found online here.