30th Annual Y.E.S. Golf Tournament & After Party
The Youth Education Scholarship Fund (Y.E.S.) Golf Tournament is organized by the Young Professionals Network and the Steamboat Springs Chamber.
The funds are awarded in two categories, consisting of Routt County high school graduating seniors and past recipients of the scholarship still enrolled.
To date, over $100,000 in total funding has been awarded.
The tournament format is a mixed scramble with four-player teams, or five-player teams if a team has at least one female player. There is no handicap required; however, no team may have more than two players with handicaps of 12 or less.
The cost is $135 per person and includes golf cart, bag of swag, and good food following the tournament.
Registration is at 10 a.m. on June 6 and tee off is at 11:30 a.m.
The Y.E.S. Golf Tournament is played at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed course, managed by Troon Golf.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams, with additional prizes for the longest drives, longest putt and drives closest to the center line, just to name a few. There will be a $15,000 cash prize donated by Yampa Valley Bank.
The After Party
The tournament is followed by cocktails and appetizers at the Rollingstone Restaurant beginning at 4 p.m. This is open to players.
2018 Tournament Information
Sponsor the Y.E.S. Golf Tournament - To learn more about sponsoring the 2018 tournament, please contact Sarah Leonard, 970-875-7006.
Play in the Y.E.S. Golf Tournament
Volunteer at the Y.E.S. Golf Tournament
2018 Y.E.S. Scholarship Winners
Amanda Perlman, Steamboat Springs High School
While at Steamboat Springs High School I was leader of Interact and National Honor Society, which inspired me to begin a career in which I will advocate for others. I have already been involved politically by participating in the Women’s Marches and working with other students to lead protests against school violence. Additionally, I was the first girl to play on the SSHS boys’ golf team which led to the formation of a girl’s team that I captained for two years. The sunny weather in Tucson, Arizona will be perfect for golfing, I plan on playing golf recreationally in college as well as getting involved in on-campus clubs and organizations. Currently, I work at Cantafio Law as an intern to learn more about my future career paths. I would also like to thank all those who generously awarded me the Y.E.S. scholarship!
Mattie Rossi, Soroco High School
I competed for Soroco’s athletic programs all four years, in volleyball, basketball, cross country and track & field for the Rams. In addition to athletics, I am an active member of Soroco’s Student Council and NHS Chapter. I am also a member of the Soroco FFA Chapter and Flat Top 4-H Club. Through 4-H and FFA organizations I raise and sell market swine. I plan to study agricultural business and management. After being raised in a community that is driven by an agricultural background, I have found a passion for agriculture, and would like to educate myself in such a necessary industry. I will also be competing on the FHSU women's track and field program. I am excited to venture into a new chapter of my life and am thankful for the Y.E.S scholarship and generous donors for helping me achieve my post-secondary educational goals.
Charlee Veilleux, Soroco High SchoolI am originally from Michigan but have lived in Yampa, Colorado for the past six years. I have seven siblings: three brothers and four sisters. I was raised by my loving and hardworking parents. My dad is a pharmacist in the Walmart in Avon, and my mom stays busy at home raising and taking care of all of us kids. I enjoy doing many activities, such as playing the piano, drawing, and spending time with my siblings. Sports are a major aspect of my life as I have participated in eleven out of twelve possible seasons in my high school career. As a Christian, I am also involved in church and enjoy hearing about and reading the Bible. I plan to pursue a career in nursing.
School: University of Alabama