This ‘best ball’ tournament serves as a major annual fundraiser for Fort Mose Historical Society. Founded in 1738, Fort Mose became the first legally sanctioned free Black community in what is now the United States. It was the destination of the original Underground Railroad, running south.
The mission of the Fort Mose Historical Society is to ‘tell the Fort Mose story’. Join us for a relaxing day of golf,
All are welcome! This tournament is open to beginners and seasoned golfers alike. Each golfer will receive a certificate for a round of golf for four, to play at a later date for a cart fee.
Did You Know!
Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose, or Fort Mose, was:
- Destination of the original Underground Railroad, running south.
- First legally sanctioned free Black community in what’s now the United States!
Fort Mose Historical Society will provide:
- A pre-game snack
- Awards Presentation and dinner
Ample parking is available in the Marsh Creek Clubhouse lot.
Business, Group & Individual Sponsors
American Legion Post 194
Anastasia Storage Center, LTD
Coldwell Banker, Premier Properties
Harbour Community Bank
Jack Wilson Chevrolet
Land Title of America
Loving Care Living Facilities
NTE Energy LLC
Old City Web Services
Saint Cyprian’s Episcopal Church
Wells Fargo Bank
The Bailey Group
First Florida Insurance Agency
Burkhardt Sales and Service
Branmarc Design, Inc.
Green/ Tee Box
Viola & Henry White
Ken McGuire Auto Service
Fort Mose Historical Society, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational
and charitable organization, is the Citizen Support Organization for
Fort Mose Historic State Park.
Our Mission is to support the Park and to ‘tell the Fort Mose Story’.
Selected Awards & Honors
Site of Memory, UNESCO Slave Route Project
US National Historic Landmark
Site, National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom
Citizen Support Organization of the Year, FL Park Service