2020 Ireland Legacy Golf Tournament

Monday was a beautiful day for the 28th Annual Ireland Legacy Golf Tournament. We are so grateful to the sponsors and teams for making it our best year yet! We are ecstatic to announce that with their help we raised $164,550! That will go a long way to help adults with autism develop independent living skills.
Thanks to the help of our sponsors, this long running golf tournament raises more than $100,000 each year for Glenwood’s programs for adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It is named in honor of the Ireland family and in memory of Kitty, Kathy, Faye & Bill Sr., and Mallie & Glenn Ireland. The Ireland family was instrumental in founding Glenwood 40 years ago to serve individuals with ASD and behavioral health needs in Alabama.
Thank you to our presenting sponsor, King Acura, who has been with us for over 15 years. If you are in the market for a car, go visit them in Hoover and they will take great care of you!
If you have any questions about the tournament, contact Linda Baker, 205-795-3376, lbaker@glenwood.org.

Our golf committee outdid themselves in this challenging year.

When we needed it the most, they came through with gusto.

Thank you to these amazing volunteers!


Ceremonial First Putt

One of our favorite new traditions at the tournament is the ceremonial first putt with individuals served by Glenwood’s Adult Services. This year’s first putt was in memory of Dowe Bynum, a steadfast volunteer and donor who died this summer. He started on the Glenwood Junior Board and moved up to the Board of Directors, volunteering on the golf committee. His positive attitude and generous spirit will be greatly missed!

Team Winners

Winner Gross Scores

1st Place
Capstone Collegiate Communities
2nd Place
Vulcan Materials
3rd Place
Taylor & Miree Construction

Winners Net Scores

1st Place
Southern Carpet Hardwood and Tile
2nd Place
McGriff, Siebels, and Williams, Inc.
3rd Place
Marathon Electrical Contractors

Individual Winners

Closest to the Pin – Hole #9
Andy McRae
Closest to the Pin – Hole #17
Vic Kellum
Longest Drive
Adam Rodgers
Mulligan Drawing
Henry Donald