Over the past 40 years, Randy Jones has supported & played in hundreds of charity golf events here in San Diego. In 2012, he made the decision to run his own golf tournament with two goals in mind…
Goal 1: He wanted to involve as many local charities as possible, helping them raise awareness and dollars for their own charity.
Goal 2: He wanted to find the top amateur foursome from all of the charity golf tournaments played in San Diego.
The Randy Jones Invitational has been a huge success with around 1,500 golfers, representing over 200 local charities, that play in Randy’s tournament each year.
In 2015, the Randy Jones Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was established to provide kids from military families the opportunity and resources to get involved in sporting and outdoor activities.
Here are just a few of the ways Randy Jones and his team have impacted the San Diego community over the past few years:
- $30,000 cash (3 – $10,000 checks) to local charity golf tournaments
- $225,000 in golf rounds to 4,500 golfers supporting charity golf
- $35,000 in gift bags to 100+ local charity golf tournaments
- $25,000 in soda, water and lunches to 50+ local charity golf tournaments
- 500+ volunteer hours to local charity golf tournaments
- RJ Golf Clinic and baseball game for the kids
Play for Pride!
The Randy Jones Invitational now in its 4th year is the only championship golf tournament of its kind in San Diego and is an invitation only event. Teams receive invites for finishing 1st, 2nd or 3rd place in one of the hundreds of charity golf tournaments held in and around San Diego County. They play for pride in representing their charity as well as being the County’s best amateur team. 360 teams (1,440 golfers), representing over 200 local charities, will play for free in one of ten Semifinal rounds (compliments of Randy Jones and his affiliated sponsors). The top 3 teams from each Semifinal tournament will qualify to play in the Finals. See the RJI official rules for more details.
The Ultimate Prize
Teams competing in the Finals of the 2016/2017 Randy Jones Invitational presented by EDCO are playing for much more than a trophy. The winning team will win a golf escape for (4) to Pebble Beach (includes private jet, 2 night hotel stay at the Lodge, and a round of golf at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Links). In addition, a $10,000 donation will be made to the charity in whose golf tournament the winning team qualified from, the players’ names engraved on the perpetual trophy that will be displayed at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park, and the prestigious honor of winning the 4th Annual Randy Jones Invitational presented by EDCO (San Diego Amateur Team Championship of the year). Additional prizes, awards and gift items will be given out to include $2,500 to the 2nd place team charity and $1,000 to the 3rd place team charity.
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RANDY WELCOMES GOLFERS AT THE 2016 RJI
Randy Jones addresses golfers before day 5 of 10 semifinal rounds at Sycuan Golf Resort
2016 RJI Links
“I just wanted to send you an email to thank you for your support for the Carlsbad United Golf Day. The tournament was a huge success! It wouldn’t have been possible without people such as yourself!”
“It was a terrific event and an incredible amount of hard work and planning . Glad to be a part of it. Hope to compete again.”
“Wow! What a tremendous response for your first event! (1,500 golfers) What a wonderful endeavor the Randy Jones Invitational is and we are thrilled to be able to send some of our golfers!”
“My Boy Scout Tournament was held a few weeks ago and was a big success. Thank you for all the support! You added a ton of value to the event. Our goal was $5,000 and we raised almost $9,000.”