Wounded Warriors Tournament

Giving Back

Sierra View Country Club is a club with a good heart, contributing to our local community through donations and through volunteering. Members of Sierra View Country Club derive a great deal of satisfaction from knowing how much we give back to causes we support. Here are some of the worthy organizations and school programs which Sierra View Country Club members support.

Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization

Wounded Warriors Family Support
Every May, around Memorial Day, Sierra View Country Club members and guests play in a one-day golf tournament to benefit the Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization.

This year, the 2017 Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament and Barbeque took place on Armed Forces Day, May 20th, with a BBQ and show by the national act, the Dean-O-Holics the night before. Here's what Colonel John Folsom told us after this year's event, which was the 13th annual: "What a great event! That we had a C-27 USCG flyover as the Sea Cadets presented our colors was great! Perfect timing! I am honored and thankful to have Sierra View Country Club's support for over a decade. We are able to accomplish our mission of helping our combat wounded families because of your support. I look forward to a continued partnership and will do my best to be worthy of your support."

Special thanks to Tim Darcey for organizing the ceremony and getting the flyover this year. And to our own Terri Burton who took charge of coordinating the entire event.

Since 2004, the Sierra View Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament has raised over $210,000 for this cause. The funds go to help the families of our wounded heroes. Funds are also used to pay for training programs for returning wounded veterans. We are proud to be a part of this project and encourage guests to join us in May 2018.

For questions regarding Wounded Warriors, contact Terri Burton at 916-783-4600 ext 10.

Me-One Foundation

Camp Challenge
The Me-One Foundation is a Roseville-based organization dedicated to giving families battling the challenges of cancer a weekend away in beautiful surroundings. Each year, the Sierra View Women's Golf group raises funds to help send a family to Camp Weiser in the Santa Cruz mountains.

Local School Programs

Youth Tennis and Youth Golf

Roseville High Girls Warming Up Many afternoons you'll notice groups of students, often dressed alike in their team colors, playing team golf or tennis at Sierra View Country Club. Sierra View opens up its golf course and tennis courts to the local schools. Parents are invited to walk the cart paths alongside their student, to provide encouragement and support, or enjoy the comfortable seating in the covered viewing area alongside the tennis courts.

First Tee Organization

First Tee Sacramento
Sierra View Country Club hosts First Tee tournaments, where Sierra View members help the young players keep score, among other volunteer duties.

Junior Golf Clubs 4 Kids

Donated Equipment from Members
This local community project was started by Brittany O'Bryant, an up-and-coming young Sacramento area golfer who recognized the need for youngsters to receive donated golf equipment. Brittany and her hard-working grandmother distribute the gently used golf equipment Sierra View Country Club members have generously donated to these schools and organizations, among others:
  • Sacramento Sheriff's League
  • St. Patrick's Academy
  • Elk Grove High School
  • Laguna Creek High School
  • Roseville High School
  • Hiram Johnson High School
  • Rosemont High School
  • Over 40 individual juniors and seniors
This year, you can drop off your used golf equipment at the Golf Shop on July 28-30, 2017. The First Tee of Sacramento has generously offered to distribute the donated equipment to the coaches in area schools. First Tee of Sacramento touches the lives of over 18,000 kids! Thanks in advance!