2013 Cooperstown Golf Classic
Memorial Day Weekend \\ May 24-26
Support the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and have a legendary golf experience with Hall of Fame members
FRIDAY, MAY 24
Welcome Dinner • Hall of Fame Plaque Gallery
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Enjoy a dinner with the Hall of Fame Members in the iconic Plaque Gallery. Hall of Fame captains and teams will be announced. Following the dinner, share baseball stories with your fellow golfers in a private after-hours event at The Otesaga Resort Hotel.
Saturday, May 25
Classic Game Day Parade • Main Street
Enjoy a front-row seat at the Classic Game Day Parade. Watch as the Hall of Fame Members and former major league stars make their way from the Hall of Fame to historic Doubleday Field
2012 Tournament First Place Team
From L-R: Brian Glowacki, Bill Janetschek, HOF President Jeff Idelson, Carlton Fisk HOF Class of 2000, Ken Wood and Peter Daigle (Milo Stewart, Jr./NBHOF Library)
Fifth Annual Hall of Fame Classic Game • Doubleday Field
1:00 p.m. Hitting Contest • 2:00 p.m. Game
Be a part of history as the Hall of Fame Members and 20 other former major league stars take to Doubleday Field for a fun filled Legends Game. Premium Grandstand VIP tickets included.
Hall of Fame Archives Tour
5:00- 6:30 p.m.
Go behind-the-scenes and into the archives of the Hall of Fame with this guided tour, providing an exclusive up-close look at the game's treasures. Photographs encouraged!
Sunday, May 26
Cooperstown Golf Classic Tournament • Leatherstocking Golf Course & Clubhouse
7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Play 18 holes and create the memories of a lifetime golfing on one of America's most historic courses, with a Hall of Fame Member serving as your Team Captain. Enjoy a continental breakfast, awards luncheon and an autograph session at the Leatherstocking Clubhouse. The autograph session is limited to four items of your choice per Hall of Fame Member.
Cooperstown Golf Classic registration fee is $2,500. Active Hall of Fame Champions, Benefactor, and President's Circle Members receive a $500 discount. A portion of your registration fee may be tax-deductible.