Golf Event

Benefit Golf Tournament

Massachusetts Flower Growers’ Association Annual
Benefit Golf Tournament—August 5, 2020

in partnership with Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association Foundation For Educational Excellence

After a Spring marked by a beginning that looked ominous and ended with historical sales, join us for a day of camaraderie and fun at our 29th Anniversary Benefit Golf Tournament. The MFGA is joined once again by the MNLA Foundation in sponsoring this tournament.

Held at Stow Acres Country Club, an 36-hole award-winning course in Stow, Massachusetts, this event has been recognized every year as the highlight of the summer for our industry. No skill level is required. Come alone or as a group from your business, bring friends and employees. We’ll have a lot of fun.

The tournament is a scramble and starts at 9:00 a.m. There will be fun golf contests where players of all skill levels can participate. There will be a super raffle with many great prizes!

Thank you for your support. Funds raised help young adults who seek to enter our horticultural industry and support scholarships and the many educational programs both organizations sponsor.

Golf Tournament sponsorship and registration ends July 29, 2020.

Download the event brochure

Download an electronic registration form



  • Groups of players will be limited to four at one time.
  • Players will be expected to maintain 6-feet social distancing.
  • Masks must be worn in the clubhouse and pro shop. Golfers may remove face coverings where they can easily, continuously, and measurably maintain at least 6 feet of distance from players and other persons present; players must wear face coverings when they are unable to remain a distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Single riders only in carts unless they are family members or live in the same house.
  • The pro shop has a six-person at any one time limit. Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance.

This page will be updated as new information becomes available. For additional info, please visit the Mass Golf or the Massachusetts Phase II website.