Annual Golf Classic

About our Annual Golf Classic

The 2021 Alan M. Hart Memorial Golf Classic registration window is now open until Friday, August 20, 2021. We're excited to host our annual 2021 golf classic on Monday, September 20, 2021 at Red Tail Golf Club in Devens, MA and hope you will join us as a sponsor and golfer! As we get back to normal, we are excited to once again have a goal of raising $150,000 for Home Base!


Sponsor & Golfer Registration

To learn more about tournament fees and to register as a sponsor or golfer, please visit our online registration form. NEW THIS YEAR - our online form is completely self-service and can accept online payment. Please use the Sponsorship & Golfer Registration form blue button to the right to register today.

Golf spots are assigned on a first come first serve basis with sponsors receiving priority. Please sign up for your sponsorship to golf today!

Still waiting on who is golfing?

No problem! Once all of your golfers are confirmed, please use our golfer name registration form to the right to register your golfers.

Sponsorship Flyer

To view the printable PDF for more information on sponsorships, please click the green Sponsorship Flyer button below.

Registration Deadline

The registration deadline window remains open until Friday, August 20, 2021. Please send your logo and golfer names to or by completing the Golfer Name Registration Form.

Why Golf?

The Foundation remains committed to supporting the Home Base program in all they do to provide critical programming and services to post 9/11 veterans, service members, and their families. Last year, we pledged $750,000 in support over a five year span. As we turn into our second year, we want to share with you what your sponsorship of our golf tournament means to the Home Base program and those they serve. Check out the infographic to the right!


Alan M. Hart

Mr. Hart was a longtime director of Hanscom Federal Credit Union and the founding chairman of the Hanscom FCU Charitable Foundation, Inc. In addition to his commitment to community service, he was an avid golfer. The Classic has been named to honor his legacy.