2017 Panhandle Charitable Open
This year the Panhandle Charitable Open tournament takes place September 28-30, 2017
This high-quality golf tournament puts your donations to work supporting many local charities. Whether you choose to become a top-tier sponsor, want to enter a two-person team in the tournament, or simply want to join in the fun at our Fore! Charity Par-Tee, your support is greatly appreciated! Even if you don’t play golf or can’t make it to our events, you can support our efforts by making a donation.
The Panhandle Charitable Open, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was originally formed to honor the memory of John Ryan Peacock who lost his life in a car accident at the age of 17. Today, the tournament serves to also remember the life of Ashley Lauren Offerdahl who passed away suddenly at the age of 25. This charity event is designed to transform these tragic events into a celebration of giving in their names.
In loving memory of Ashley Lauren Offerdahl and John Ryan Peacock.
Fore! Charity Par-Tee
The 2017 Fore! Charity Par-Tee has Sold Out!
The 2017 Fore! Par-Tee has sold out, but there are still tournament openings for the Panhandle Charitable Open!
This popular event has continued to grow every year and features silent and live auctions, entertainment by comedian Tom Cotter, and a fantastic dinner by Four Seasons. Hosted by the PCO in partnership with the Pensacola Young Professionals, the Fore! Charity Par-Tee has quickly become one of the most-anticipated events of the year!The 2017 Fore! Charity Par-Tee has Sold Out!
Panhandle Charitable Open Sponsors
Our sponsors are the ones who make it all possible!
Through the generous donations of our sponsors, the Panhandle Charitable Open makes a real and lasting difference for those in need in our community. By providing funds and resources directly to the charities working in our city, our tournament helps to create new opportunities and a better life for everyone living in and around the Pensacola area. Check out our current and past sponsor pages to see the people and organizations that empower our efforts.View Our Sponsors