RSF Community Center golf tournament set for Oct. 26

The 17th annual All Fore the Community golf tournament benefitting the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center is coming up on Oct. 26 at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club.

The field is limited to 128 players, who will get a fun day of golf, lunch, massage therapy, on-course contests and tickets to the All Fore Fun after-party.

People can opt not to golf but simply attend the after-party. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

To register or become a tournament sponsor, visit rsfcc.org or call 756-2461.

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