Fight for Fish
Not your average charity golf tournament
Bandon Dunes is not your average golf resort. And Fight for Fish is not your average charity golf tournament. Played on critically acclaimed courses designed in the true spirit of Scotland’s ancient links, Fight for Fish provides an intimate setting with good golf and good people – all to support freshwater conservation. Fight for Fish is hosted each year by Bandon Dunes owner Mike Keiser and Columbia Sportswear CEO Tim Boyle.
“Pacific Dunes is arguably the best golf course built in the last 50 years.” Blaine Newnham, Golf Week
Save the Date for 2019
April 28 – May 1
The winning foursome and best golfer will continue the tradition of placing ceremonial flies into the fly wallet of the handmade creel that serves as the tournament trophy on display at Bandon Dunes – a chance at golf immortality.
The cost is $6,000 per player or $24,000 per foursome. This event is limited to 72 players or 18 foursomes.
*Proceeds support freshwater conservation. A portion of the entry fee is tax deductible: $3,000 per player or $12,000 per foursome.
The entry fee includes:
- Three nights of lodging with your foursome in the Grove Cottages
- Organized meals (three breakfasts, three dinners, two lunches)
- Five rounds of golf (two scored rounds) and a putting contest
- Caddy fees
- Transportation – airport and on-site shuttles
Group members are staying as foursomes in the Grove Cottages.
Shuttles will be available for transportation to and from the airport. Also, there will be a resort shuttle service available at regular intervals between your accommodations, the Main Lodge and the various courses.
For a detailed daily schedule, please check out our Event Logistics.
See great photos from the 2017 tournament.