CCMF’s 20th Golf Tournament was held at
Silverado Country Club in Napa
on Friday, February 7, 2020

About the Silverado Resort and Country Club

“Established around a landmark mansion, built in 1870 by General John F. Miller, Silverado is one of the oldest golf clubs in Northern California. The estate has entertained presidents, generals, and dignitaries. The two championship golf courses were designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 1966. The North Course was redesigned by Johnny Miller in 2011. Both courses have hosted multiple PGA TOUR events, from the first Kaiser International Open in 1968 to the current Safeway Open. The prestigious Concours d’Elegance graced the grounds from 1967-1999.”

Our 2020 Golf Tournament Winners:

Lowest Gross: To Par Gross -11/ Total Gross 61
Angel Carrillo, City of Covina
Chris Marcarello, City of Covina
Rachael Barbosa, City of South El Monte
Tom Spengler, PrimeGov

Lowest Net: To Par Gross -9/ Total Gross 55
David Pittman, HighMark Capital
Sean McGuinn, HighMark Capital
Mike Graves, PARS
Justin Hess, City of Burbank

Closest to the Pin (Men): 5 Feet 3 inches
Sean McGuinn, HighMark Capital

Closest to the Pin (Women): 23 Feet 6 inches
Brandie Williams, Johnson Controls

Longest Putt Made: 21 Feet 11 inches
John Donlevy, City of Winters

Most Accurate Drive (Men): 4 inches
Greg Stepanicich, Richards, Watson & Gershon

Most Accurate Drive (Women): 5 Feet
Katie Koster, Piper Sandler

Putting Contest
Troy Brown, City of Moorpark

The Player Fees were:

  • CCMF Member – $125.00
  • Non-Member – $175.00

Player fee included: green fees, golf cart, range balls, welcome package, box lunch, two (2) drink tickets and a Post-Tournament Reception.

Golf Tournament benefits for active 2019-20 CCMF sponsors were:

  • Foundation Circle ($10,000) sponsors: 8 free players and could purchase additional golfers for $125 each
  • Corporate Benefactor ($3,000) sponsors: 2 free players and could purchase additional golfers for $125 each
  • Corporate Member ($1,250) sponsors: could become a “Corporate Golf Sponsor” for an additional $1,250 to receive 1 free player and could purchase 1 more golfer for $125.
  • Foundation Circle sponsors and Corporate Benefactor sponsors received additional exposure via signage throughout the golf course and recognition at the “19th Hole Reception” following the Tournament.

Golf Tournament Sponsor opportunities were:

  • SOLD – Lunch Sponsor – $5,000 – Highmark Capital
  • SOLD – Hole In One Sponsor – $2,500 – US Bank
  • SOLD – 19th Hole Reception Sponsor – $2,500 – California JPIA
  • Beverage Cart Sponsor – $2,500
  • Corporate Golf Sponsor – $1,250

If you have any questions about sponsoring our Golf Tournament, please contact Lisset Salinas at or Mitch Barker at