5th Annual Capital Cup
September 27–29, 2019
5 Years of Community and Competition
The Capital Cup adapts the historic Ryder Cup format—steeped in tradition—to promote community pride, healthy competition, and raise money for the Sacramento region’s most deserving charities.
Each year executive leaders from the Sacramento region are divided into two Capital Cup teams for an exciting 3-day golf competition. Donors will have the opportunity to support their favorite player (or their favorite charity), as each player is competing to benefit his or her favorite charitable organization.
The Capital Cup started with the ambitious goal of raising $250,000 in its first year. When it well surpassed that goal, the tournament committee raised the bar, and has continued to do so every year since—and every year, the participating golfers exceed expectations.
The Capital Cup has raised more than $5 million over its 5-year history.
The golfer philanthropists pose at Serrano Country Club: the River City Dawgs (in teal) and the Sactown Marvels (navy).
Alcal Specialty Contracing
Anton Dev Co., Inc
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
California Bank of Commerce
Earl Consulting, Co.
Five Star Bank
Hogan Mfg., Inc.
KP Public Affairs
LDK Ventures, LLC
Natura Life Science
Nor-Cal Beverage Company
River City Bank
Sacramento Business Journal
USA Properties Fund
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
Angels for Hearts
The BASIC Fund
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Sacramento
Child Advocates of Placer County
Cristo Rey High School
Easter Seals Superior California
The First Tee of Greater Sacramento
JB Brown Fund
Jenna & Patrick’s Foundation of Hope
The Lazarus Project
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Sacramento Standdown Association
Salvation Army Del Oro Division
Sierra Forever Families
UCP of Greater Sacramento & Northern California
Volunteers of America
The River City Dawgs won the Capital Cup trophy (and 12 months of bragging rights).
Congratulations, River City Dawgs!
The River City Dawgs won the three-day tournament against the Sactown Marvels by a single point! The Dawgs’ selected charities were each awarded a piece of the $55,000 prize purse.
Read about the tournament and the impactful fundraising season in our press release.
If you’re interested in participating in a future Capital Cup, either as a golfer, committee member, or sponsor, let us know! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.