The 2nd Annual Glen Campbell Memorial Celebrity Golf Outing

October 11, 2019 • Arizona Biltmore Golf Course

We’re excited to share that the Kim & Glen Campbell Foundation will be hosting the Second Annual Glen Campbell Memorial Golf Outing on October 11th, 2019 at the beautiful Arizona Biltmore Golf Course.

This is an incredible opportunity to celebrate Glen’s musical legacy and passion for golf while honoring his quest to increase awareness about the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cognitive issues for patients, families and caregivers . Last year’s golf outing was a huge success, and we are working to make this year an even bigger and better platform to raise critical support for dementia research and programs that provide Music As Medicine for those affected.

REGISTER TODAY to join us for a fun day on the course followed by an Awards Dinner and musical entertainment (including some very special celebrity guests and performers!). You can register as an Individual Golfer, a Foursome with a guest celebrity joining your team, or you can choose to Sponsor any of the 18 Holes, Beverage Carts, Gift Bags or Dinner - or your company can be a Presenting or Title Sponsor for the event. CLICK HERE for more information.

The 1st Annual Glen Campbell Memorial Celebrity Golf Outing

November 13, 2018 • Arizona Biltmore Golf & Country Club

Alice Cooper and Glen Campbell, 1992

Alice Cooper and Glen Campbell, 1992

The 1st Annual Glen Campbell Memorial Celebrity Golf Outing to benefit The Kim and Glen Campbell Foundation took place on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, at the beautiful Arizona Biltmore Golf & Country Club in Phoenix, AZ. The Golf Outing helped fund the research of Daniel J. Levitin: Neuroscientist, Musician, Author of This is Your Brain On Music and one of the world’s leading research scientists studying music and its effects on the brain. 

The 1st Annual Glen Campbell Memorial Celebrity Golf Outing was a great day of golf, dinner and musical entertainment by Ashley, Cal & Shannon Campbell. The event also included a 5-person scramble (4 players + 1 celebrity), dinner, awards and musical entertainment following the golf.


He played in numerous Pro-Ams throughout his career and chaired his own Glen Campbell Los Angeles Open. He played whenever his schedule would allow, but no less than two rounds per week. In a letter directed to fans regarding his love of golf, he stated that he’s thrilled to be involved in tournaments that “plows whatever profits there are into worthwhile charity.” He ended the piece with, “I’m proud to have my name associated with golf.” Glen no doubt would be honored that his golf legacy continued with the 1st Annual Glen Campbell Memorial Celebrity Golf Outing.