The Golf Club at Lansdowne

  • Event Time 8:30 am-3:00 pm
  • Event Start Date April 20, 2017
  • Event Location 44050 Woodridge Pkwy

$350 registration fee includes breakfast, your round and lunch

Awards will be presented to the top three teams, as well as the winners of the closest-to-the-pin and longest-drive competitions

 

THE COURSE

Lansdowne Resort and Spa resides in northern Virginia, 25 miles outside of Washington, DC. The Golf Club at Lansdowne is comprised of 45 championship-caliber holes crafted by revered designers Robert Trent Jones Jr. and Greg Norman. The tournament’s featured course is fast becoming something of a legend for a challenging four-hole stretch on the front nine dubbed, by Norman, “the hardest mile in golf.”

 

THE CAUSE

The tournament is presented by the ICE Foundation. All of the proceeds will benefit the nonprofit organization, which supports the mission and the 20,000-plus employees worldwide who comprise US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, in part, through financial aid, awareness campaigns and scholarships.

 

VENUE

The Golf Club at Lansdowne
44050 Woodridge Pkwy
Leesburg, VA 20176 United States
Website: www.destinationhotels.com/lansdowne-resort/golf/leesburg-golf-courses

 

SPONSORSHIP

To become a sponsor, please download our following kit.

 

Effective December 31, 2018, the Board of the ICE Foundation recently voted to officially close down the foundation and cease all operations.  However, an entirely new and separate organization, the Homeland Security Philanthropy Council, has been created and will take up many of the positive legacy programs of the former ICE Foundation.  The Homeland Security Philanthropy Council will be similar to the ICE Foundation but will assume a broader remit to assist law enforcement agencies within the Department of Homeland Security. ICE Foundation Executive Director James Barchiesi and several ICE Foundation Board members will help with the transition and continue their philanthropic efforts by supporting the Homeland Security Philanthropy Council.  However, it is important to clarify that the ICE Foundation will sunset at the end of 2018 and that the Homeland Security Philanthropy Council will be a new entity without any official connection to the former ICE Foundation. The ICE Foundation Board members would like to sincerely thank the many generous supporters of the ICE Foundation who have assisted our efforts over the years to support the ICE mission and the men and women of ICE and their families.

For further information about the Homeland Security Philanthropy Council please see their website