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The Scholarship Golf Tournament

While we will not be together on the course this year, the three decades-long tradition of raising funds in support of Fisher students will continue!


Support Fisher Students

For more than 30 years, the tournament has provided millions of dollars in scholarship aid to deserving Fisher students. While we will not golf this year, the spirit of the Scholarship Golf Tournament prevails thanks to the generous sponsors who have committed to their continued support of students.

Supporting the Scholarship Golf Tournament honors the legacies of Fr. Joseph Dorsey and Fr. Charles Lavery, CSB, and honors the goodness, discipline, and knowledge of deserving students. In these unprecedented times, student need has increased. Join us in giving the gift of an education.

Continue to Support our Students

Thank you to the generous donors who support the Scholarship Golf Tournament. Your sponsorship truly changes lives through education.

The Mulligan - $3,000

The Cardinal - $1,500

The Eagle - $1,000

The Birdie - $500

We invite you to support the Scholarship Golf Tournament. Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at or (585) 385-5292 with any questions regarding sponsorships.

We look forward to celebrating our generous Scholarship Golf Tournament sponsors at an upcoming celebration at Oak Hill Country Club.

Several golfers on the green at Oak Hill.

Oak Hill

Oak Hill Country Club is one of the nation's premier golf courses and the only club to have hosted all six men's golf championships: the U.S. Amateur, the U.S. Open, the U.S. Senior Open, the PGA Championship, the Senior PGA Championship, and the Ryder Cup. Fulfill your dream of golfing on the same course as Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, and Rory McIlroy while supporting the dreams of hard-working Fisher students.

Black and white photograph of Father Lavery and Father Dorsey.

The Lavery Dorsey Legacy: Impacting Students

Fr. Charles Lavery, CSB, was Fisher's beloved second president, serving for more than two decades and Fr. Joseph Dorsey was a professor and second dean of the College, and together they impacted the lives of countless students.

The tournament began as a casual outing with alumni, faculty, and staff to raise funds in support of the Lavery and Dorsey scholarships.

Three decades later the Scholarship Golf Tournament has impacted hundreds of Fisher students through its efforts, something that would make Fr. Lavery and Fr. Dorsey very proud.