13th Annual M. Scott Roberds Memorial Charity Golf Tournament

We couldn’t have asked for a better day for golf last Monday.

Video by Jordan Drew // Alpine Media House

This sun-soaked morning illuminated a crowd of more than 150 members of the High Fives Ohana as founder and CEO Roy Tuscany warmed everyone up with some inspiring words and a reminder of the true reason we all gathered at Gray’s Crossing Golf Course—to remember our friend Scott Roberds.

Sprinkled throughout the course, classic activities from years past held fast: a shot ski presented by our friends at RMU Truckee at the Ski Boot hole, the Shane McConkey Foundation Hot Dog hole slingin’ bacon dogs, and an intensely powerful golf ball cannon, to name a few.

New activities refreshed this event. We were thrilled to have our first in-person activation with partner Outdoor Tech who brought the beats and the belly laughs with Musical Chairs at the putting course. The top finalists from each team went on to compete during the award ceremony that evening, crowning one individual the Musical Chairs Champion. A big congrats to Wendy Larrieu for beating out the stiff competition!

Photos from Jordan Drew HERE

Overall, more than $80,000 was raised in support of High Fives athletes at this year’s California golf tournament. With 36 teams, 16 clubhouse sponsors, and nine High Fives athletes in attendance, we closed out the 2023 golf season on such a high note. Countless new memories with old friends and first-time experiences were had—but don’t just take our word for it. Our athletes say it best!

“First time I ever hit a golf ball and it was from a wheelchair! Had so much fun with all the participants and High Fives crew. Can’t wait until next year.“ – Eric Wang, High Fives athlete #561

Thank you to all our participants, volunteers, sponsors, and staff for attending our California golf tournament and keeping the spirit of Scott Roberds alive and well. We can’t wait to see you at Gray’s Crossing next year!