Since 2003, the Big Golf Tournament has joined Bigs, along with their friends and colleagues, together for a great day of golf to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts.
The tournament has raised over half a million dollars, helping the agency to continue to serve more children in Boston’s highest-risk communities and matching them with a caring, reliable mentor.
The Daquan Burrell Memorial Big Golf Tournament was renamed in dedication to Daquan Burrell, a Little Brother in our program we lost tragically in January 2017. To learn more about Daquan’s story, see the tab below.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities or to purchase a foursome for the tournament, use the following link or contact Julie Giragoisian at JGiragosian@emassbigs.org.
- Where Stow Acres Country Club, Randall Road, Stow, MA, United States
- When Tuesday, September 21, 2021 | 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
- Details 8:30-10:00 am, Check In -- 10:00 am, Shotgun Start -- Lunch on Course (throughout the day) ~2:30 pm, Post golf awards & winners
- Cal Perez | Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
- The Tanguay Family
- Big Brother Grant David Ward
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Stow Acres Country Club, Randall Road, Stow, MA, United States | 58 Randall Rd, Stow, MA 01775 | Tel: (978) 568-1100Get Directions
For more about sponsorship or branding opportunities or for more information on individual golfers and foursomes please reach out to Julie Giragosian – (617)956-0226 – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Big Golf Tournament was created in 2003 by Bigs for Bigs, along with their friends and colleagues, to join together for a great day of golf to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay. Since its inception, the tournament has played an integral role in helping the agency serve Bigs and Littles — raising more than $600,000 to help us reach more children in Boston’s highest-risk communities and match them with a reliable mentor.
In 2017, the Big Golf Tournament was renamed in dedication to Daquan Burrell, a Little Brother in our program we lost tragically in January 2017. Daquan was matched to his Big Brother Tim, a member of our tournament committee, for nearly 10 years. The loss of Daquan is a sobering reminder that many children we serve face challenging circumstances in their communities, and even more, grow up without the influence of a Big. Until every child in need of a mentor is served, our work is not done.
Dan Gill, ROI Communications
Christopher Bacon, Liberty Mutual Insurance
Tim O’Brien, Colliers
Cal Perez, Merrill Lynch
Shant Arakelian, KPMG
Amanda Bowker, KPMG
Ryan Callahan, RallyPoint
Paul Kaboub, Old Ironsides Energy, LLC
Josh Lewin, Bowditch & Dewey, LL
Chris Petryshin, VVA Project & Cost Managers
Alex Tanguay, Merrill Lynch
Grant Ward, Boston Mutual