Cap Paciotti Memorial Golf Tournament – Postponed Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and the precautions taken to manage this pandemic, we have come to the decision to postpone our annual Cap Paciotti Golf Tournament. The Cap Paciotti Memorial Golf Tournament is held each June at the Alexandria Golf Club. Fees are $500 ($125/player) for a 4 person team, which include golf and a cart, plus 4 meal tickets for the honoree banquet following the tournament. Corporate sponsorships are $600 and include golf and a cart for 4 people, 4 meal tickets, company name prominently displayed at one hole on the course, and recognition at the banquet. Single hole sponsorships are available for $200. To register your team, click here. Once you have registered, you may submit payment via credit card or PayPal by going to our Golf Tournament store. For corporate and hole sponsors wanting their company logo displayed as part of the recognition banquet, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to the support of our participants and sponsors, the 2018 tournament raised more than $15,000 for the Foundation. Tournament rules Sign Up Past Honorees The list of people honored at the Cap Paciotti Memorial Golf Tournament is literally a Who's Who of Alexandria athletics. Here are some recent tournament honorees. Wendy Kohler 2019 Class Learn More » Terry Quist 2018 Class Learn More » Dennis and Elliot Christensen 2017 Class Learn More » Dr. David Hartmann 2016 Class Learn More » About Cap Paciotti Cap Paciotti is synonymous with Alexandria Athletics. For years, he served as an assistant coach, but is best known for his broadcasting career. From 1949 to 1985, he broadcast high school sports and was referred to as the “Voice of the Alexandria Cardinals.” Cap continued his involvement in Cardinal football by being the public address announcer at all the home games. Cap was instrumental in establishing the Foundation, and embraced its motto that athletics helps mold today's students into tomorrow's leaders. After his passing in 2003, the annual golf tournament was named in his memory and honorees were chosen based on their commitment to the principles and values that Cap supported.