2020 Bili Project Golf Classic

May 18, 2020 will mark the first Bili Project Golf Classic. The tournament will be taking place at Blackhawk Country Club in Danville, CA. Join us for a fun-filled day of golf and networking as we bring awareness to cancers of the hepatobiliary system.

MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!

GOLF DETAILS
  • Location: Blackhawk Country Club | 599 Blackhawk Club Dr, Danville, CA 94506
  • Tournament Format: Shotgun Start
  • Check-in Time: TBD
  • Putting Contest/ Range Open: TBD
  • Lunch: TBD
  • Tee-time: TBD
  • Dinner: TBD
  • Raffle: TBD
  • Course Dress Code: Collared shirts (tucked in for men), no denim allowed, soft spikes or tennis shoes
  • Dinner Social Event: Can’t play golf but don’t want to miss the fun? Registration information coming soon!
REGISTER
Interested in participating in the first Bili Project Foundation Classic? More information on how you can sign up as an individual golfer or as a foursome coming soon.
BECOME A SPONSOR

There are many ways to support Bili’s mission of raising awareness for Hepatobiliary cancers and finding early detection and better treatment methods.

For information on sponsorship, please send an email with “The Bili Project Golf Classic Sponsor Info” in the subject to info@thebiliproject.org or click HERE to download the sponsorship deck.

UCSF | PARTNER INSTITUTION

UCSF and The Bili Project Foundation have partnered together to find ways to reduce the incidence and improve the outcome of cancers of the hepatobiliary system. Money raised will go directly towards funding the “Kathy Barboza Young Investigator Award” which will allow a UCSF doctor dedicated time to research these cancers.

ABOUT BLACKHAWK COUNTRY CLUB

The Club features two 18-hole, par 72, championship golf courses. Renowned golf course architects Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge designed the original 6,904-yard Lakeside Course in 1981. In 2001, the course was completely redesigned and renovated by the highly acclaimed firm of Graves and Pascusso. The Lakeside Course makes dramatic use of the natural terrain and elevated tees. It is rated by the NCGA as one of the ten most difficult courses in Northern California. The 18th green, a 10,000 square foot island surrounded by a 4-acre lake, is one of the most dramatic holes found in California. 

The Club’s 6,700-yard Falls Course, designed by Ted Robinson, was completed in 1986. The Falls Course features five lakes and a spectacular waterfall as the backdrop to the 11th green. You will also experience some of the most stunning East Bay vistas, elevation changes and one of the most spectacular views from the 10th tee and the Falls Clubhouse. 

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