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Now is your time.

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2019 Gladney Cup at Winged Foot | September 21-23

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The Gladney Center for Adoption believes every child deserves a loving and caring family. The Gladney Cup supports this belief as a preeminent golf event that brings people together on behalf of a common goal - Adoption. Foursomes from around the country gather to play at the greatest U.S. Open courses. Participants find fulfillment in knowing their participation in The Gladney Cup leads to hundreds of children finding their forever families.

Every child deserves a loving and caring family!
 

Winged Foot

Founded in 1921, and designed by A.W. Tillinghast, Winged Foot Golf Club is admired around the world. Since hosting their first U.S. Open in 1929, the Club has carried a legacy of hosting major golf events. Winged Foot Golf Club’s two renowned courses are both ranked in the Top 100 Worldwide.

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WITH YOUR SUPPORT

WE CREATE
BRIGHT FUTURES

Be a champion on the course and in a child’s life.

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Gladney has placed 32,000 children with forever families since 1887

 
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6,569 children placed since the first Gladney Cup in 1999

 
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Over $9 Million raised since the first Gladney Cup

 
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250 children placed with adoptive families in 2018

 
 
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BUT THAT’S NOT ALL…

Experience not one, but two legendary courses.

Shinnecock Hills

Founded in 1891, Shinnecock Hills is one of the founding members of the USGA. The course resembles courses in the British Isles and has been named as one of the top courses in the world.

 
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The Gladney Cup

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