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Fort Mose Historical Society

The 11th Annual
ort Mose Annual Golf Tournament

St. Johns Golf Club, 4900 Cypress Links Blvd.
Elkton, FL 32033

April 28, 2023 
12:00 pm- 6:00 pm
Shotgun at 1:00 p.m.


Event Highlights


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. Golfers will receive a certificate for a round of golf for four, to play at a later date for a cart fee.


$110.00 per player

  • No refunds

Food Services

Fort Mose Historical Society will provide:

  • Awards Presentation and dinner


Ample parking is available.


Event Sponsors

Geico (Orlando) Roxane Jackson


Chamuel Products, LLC

Ancient City Brewing

American Legion

John Valdes & Associates

Jim & Rose Griffin

Burkhardt Distributing Co.

The Bailey Group

Herbie Wiles Insurance

Coldwell Banker Premium Properties

Dog Rose Brewery

Carmelo’s Pizzeria

Gordon Dental


The Conch House

AM Inspections

Community Hospice

Sandra W. Kenon

Hank and Viola White

Land Title of America

Roger & Nancy Kline

Laws & Associates

Loving Care Living Facility

Charles & Marilyn Ellis

Milton E. Bruton

St. Johns County Cultural Council

Almeta L. Monroe Insurance Agency

Jackson Law Group

Hal Dockins, Sr.

Harold and Twila Lock

Clarence and Mildred Williams

Derry & Bridgette Green

Greg & Lydia White

Twila A. Hudson

Supporters and Partners

Odd Birds


Alta Mares

Casa Monica

Old Coast Ales

Gas Restaurant

Terra Aqua

Elk House


Preseved Restaurant

Ford’s Garage

Raintree Restaurant

Columbia Restaurant

Mango Mango

Sunset Grill

Purple Olive

Hanger One

Beachside Diner

Chop Shop

Kingfish Grill

San Sebastian Winery

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, 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