It has been known as one of the largest single-day amateur charity golf events in the country, having raised $6.6 million for several great children’s charities and attracting hundreds of corporate sponsors from the Tri-State area and beyond.
But as the event turns 28, it is enjoying a new, more moderate size–filling New Jersey National Golf Club with “Friends of Steve” and corporate partners. After all, back in 1990, this tournament was simply eight individuals doing what they could to help out cancer victim Steve Cox, their friend and colleague. Although Steve fought his illness with grace and determination, he died at age 32, forever young and always honored in the annual gathering that is his legacy. Today, as the Cox Classic settles in to its new size, supporting a great cause, there remains one constant: an unwavering commitment to helping people in need. Steve Cox would be proud.
Please join us on October 2, 2017, for our 28th Anniversary celebration.