The Inaugural Yaddo Golf Invitational

Hit the links with 128 of the Capital Region’s golfers to benefit Yaddo’s legendary artist residency! With special guest and Honorary Chair, 17-time LGPA winner Dottie Pepper.

The Inaugural Yaddo Golf Invitational

Saratoga National Golf Club

May 24, 2023

1 PM Shotgun Start | 6 PM Awards and Dinner Reception

Foursome packages start at $1,360. Individual golf packages start at $400.

Both levels include per person: A round (18 holes) of golf, plus carts; a boxed lunch; a signed copy of Dottie Pepper’s book Letters to a Future Champion: My Time with Mr. Pulver; and admission to the post-play awards ceremony and dinner hosted by Dottie Pepper.

Dinner-only tickets are available for $125.

Sponsor The Inaugural Yaddo Golf Invitational

To make an even greater impact and put your business in the forefront, become a sponsor! Sponsorship starts at $500, and sponsorship benefits are crafted to provide maximum marketing potential for your company. Preview our sponsorship opportunities here.

You won’t want to miss this historic event!  For assistance with sponsorship, contact Senior Development Associate Kat Trippany at or call (518) 584-0746.

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Dottie Pepper is the lead walking reporter for CBS Sports’ coverage of the PGA Tour, Masters, and PGA Championship. She is a 1987 graduate of Furman University with a B.A. in Health Sciences. After an accomplished junior, college, and amateur golf career, she went on to play 17 years on the LPGA Tour, winning 17 times, including two major championships and one additional win on the JLPGA Tour. She represented the United States six times in the Solheim Cup matches, compiling a 13-5-2 record. Dottie retired from competitive golf in 2004. Since then, she has covered all levels of televised golf, including every major championship, international team events, as well as national amateur championships for ESPN, Golf Channel, NBC, and CBS. She lives in Saratoga Springs, New York and is a fan of skiing in the Northeast, farmer’s markets, gardening, dogs, World War II history, and fast cars.