22nd Annual Charity Golf Classic

Mail-in Registration

Online Registration

Course Rules

  • Collared Shirt
  • Soft Spikes Only


  • Hole-in-One
  • Closest to the Pin
  • Long Drive
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place
  • A & B Flights

Raffle, Silent & Live Auction

Win a one-week stay at a beautiful resort! Read more

If your organization/company is interested in donating items for the tournament: goodie bags, raffle or silent auction items, it would be of great benefit to Citizens Against Homicide and to the success of the event. Please contact Jan Miller if you are interested in donating.

LadyGolfersTournament Information

Date: Friday, August 7, 2015 (Rain or Shine!)
Location: Rooster Run Golf Club
Format: Scramble
Maximum # of Players: 124
Player Fees: $150
Deadline for Entry is July 15, 2015

Entry fee includes:

  • Green Fees
  • Golf Cart
  • Driving Range
  • Dinner

Tournament Schedule

Registration: 10:30
Putting Contest: 11:00
Lunch: Noon
Shotgun Starts: 1:30
Dinner: 6:15 (Awards, Raffle, and Auction)


To register for play or to become a sponsor, please complete the online registration process or print and complete the attached form and mail it along with a check payable to:
Citizens Against Homicide Charity Golf Tournament
369-B Third Street Box 303
San Rafael, CA 94901

Mail-in Registration

Online Registration

Further Information

For additional information, please contact:
Jan Miller 415-308-9413 or
leave a message 415-455-5944
Fax 415-721-0788
E-mail: vctmsmurdr@aol.com

About Citizens Against Homicide

Citizens Against Homicide is a non – profit public benefit organization started by local victims, and other interested parties, to serve the families of homicide victims.

Because the law enforcement community has become increasingly aware of the rights of victims within the criminal justice system, it is critical for victims, law enforcement, and the public to work together.

All proceeds from this golf tournament will be used to sustain activities, which help victims cope with the criminal justice system and raise public awareness of victims rights.

Such activities include monitoring paroles, working with law enforcement, serving on judicial and legislative watch dog committees, educating the populace concerning the rights of families of homicide victims, and helping families obtain information leading to the resolution of unsolved murders.

CAH Helps Balance the Scales of Justice.
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