2020 Trashmasters Legendary Charity Golf Tournament
At the Snowmass Club Golf Course
Space is limited and we will let you know as soon as possible if we have a player spot for you and your team. We will be playing six-somes. For more info call 970.379.8879 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENTRY FEE is $250 per player
Thursday, September 17th
Black Saddle Bar and Grill
at the Snowmass Club Golf Course
Trash 2 Tournament
Friday, September 19th
Snowmass Club Golf Course
9 am Breakfast/Practice
9:45 am official swearing in of players
The World’s Most Unique Golf Tournament
Fills Up Fast — Get in Early!
All net proceeds from the annual Trashmasters Tournaments are awarded in college scholarships to exceptional local students.
Trashmasters is the #1 Homegrown Charity in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 28 Years.
Trashmasters International, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Colorado Corporation that benefits Trashmasters Scholarship Fund.
“Playing in the Trashmasters is the most fun I’ve had with my clothes on!”
“This is a very special tournament; and, a worthy cause.”
“People are still talking about Tom Wenzel’s skippie, barkie, Willie, Jerrie, drinkie, sandie, birdie Watson.”
“Perhaps the best golf tournament I have played in.”
The Trashmasters rewards the strange and bizarre events as they occur in a round of golf.
The unique format goes beyond the traditional birdies, sandies and greenies to reward more exotic trash, such as, Rockies, Barkies, and the popular Billy, honoring former President Clinton. Each trash shot has a respective point value.
A Trash champion is crowned in four divisions: men’s, women’s, senior’s and championship flights. Indeed, everybody is talking about the Trash, the whole Trash and nothing but the Trash!
People come from all over to tee it up with major celebrities. Past participants include: Wayne Rogers from the hit TV series M*A*S*H, actors Michael Douglas and Robert Wagner, the former Vice President Dan Quayle, Harvey Mackay and Woody Paige. The Tourney draws millionaires and construction workers alike – all in pursuit of the highly coveted “Golden Jacket.”
“Trashmasters has grown tremendously over the years due to the fun format we have. No matter how much golf you play, or how good you are, everyone can relate to trash. It happens.” – Boone Schweitzer, Founder