Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32 Golf Tournament

Monday, September 23, 2019 

18 Holes of Golf - Scramble

        • 11:30 am Driving range opens
        • 12:00 pm Registration and lunch
        • 12:45 pm Shotgun start
        • 5:30 pm Reception, awards dinner, silent and live auction

Concord Country Club
246 Old Road to Nine Acre Corner
Concord, MA 01742

Thank you for your interest in registering to play in the 28th Annual Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32 Golf Tournament. At the moment, we are at capacity. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist, please contact Nina Del Vecchio in the Alumni House at devlecchio@belmonthill.org. Thank you so much.  

If you have already registered, but simply need to complete your payment, click here to secure your spot.

 For sponsorship information, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Belmont Hill School
Alumni House
Nina Del Vecchio
delvecchio@belmonthill.org |  617-993-5208


Sponsorship Opportunities

Sawyer Master (Includes 2 Foursomes - $25,000
Sextant Circle (Includes 2 Foursomes) - $10,000
Sundial Sponsor (Includes 1 Foursome) - $5,000

Hole Sponsor - $2,500
Tee or Green Sponsor - $1,500

Tournament Photos

2019 Committee

John Carroll ’89, Co-chair
Jim Kalustian ’78, Co-chair
Eric Ahlgren '00
Dave Antonelli ’06 
Toby Banta '04
Chris Biotti '85
Greg Boeing '06
Michael Cotter ’92
Billy Cotter P '92, '01
Warren Cross ’83, P '17, '19
Jeff Drucker ’90,  P '20, '23
Chris Egan P '22
Reese Genser ’87
Rob Glor ’06
Matt Gordon '06
Jeff Hamilton ’01
Andrew Leisman ’03
George Lynch '88
Emmett Lyne ’77
Ted Madden ’88, P '20, '22
Kenny Martin ’65, P '91
Kevin McCafferty P '98, '00, '05
Kevin McCafferty ’98
Andrew Mingle '97
Brendan Monahan ’91, P '22
Tad O'Donnell P '21
Dan Ronan '94
Mark Rooney '91
Jamie Stanzler ’90
Norb Unger ’97
Scott Webster ’82
Cy Wilde ’80
CJ Young ’86

Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32

About Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32

The life of Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. stands as the physical embodiment of the statement of purpose of Belmont Hill School. The way Mr. Sawyer lived each day of his life represents the best example of those moral and intellectual values the School seeks to develop in its students. Personal integrity, sensitivity toward others, intellectual curiosity, self-sacrifice, sound reasoning, respect for others, sportsmanship, and a sense of responsibility toward the quality of life in the community were more than abstract concepts to Mr. Sawyer; they were a way of life and remain the mileposts of a life of quality, serenity, contribution, and meaning Belmont Hill strives toward for its students.
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