Shoot for the Stars Golf Tournament

For over 40 years Good Shepherd Episcopal School (GSES) has been preparing children for future academic, moral, social and physical endeavors within an intellectually challenging environment. GSES intentionally creates opportunities and experiences that install confidence. We encourage each student to respect and care for others and the community around them.

It’s through the generousity and involvement of our families staff, special friends and community supporters that ensures we have the resources necessary to support the important mission of our school, and for that we are most grateful.

Please join the GSES community for our annual golf tournament on Thursday, May 11, at Providence Golf Club. All proceeds benefit Good Shepherd Episcopal School’s annual fund.

  • Shoot for the Stars Golf Tournament
    May 11, 2017
    12:30 pm - 7:00 pm


Venue Phone: 804-276-1865

Venue Website:

1160 S. Providence Rd., Richmond, Virginia, 23236, United States

Lester George, designer of Kinloch Golf Club, the highest ranked golf course in the history of Virginia, used his creative design and unique ability to create Providence Golf Club in 2002. His creative design combined with our excellent conditioning and service allowed us to receive a 4 1/2 star rating from Golf Digest, the highest rating offered to any club in Virginia. Quiet ponds, bird-filled wetlands and majestic trees are part of what makes for a picturesque and memorable round at Providence Golf Club. George was able to create an intriguing course where good shots are rewarded and golfers are challenged to take the dare in a number of risk-reward situations. This is a modern championship level course with great design integrity that will astonish you with its variety. You won't be playing the same shot all the time on this course. There are not a lot of rolling hills, but there are a lot of wetlands, creeks and ponds to provide a challenge. Course information: 18 hole, par 71, 6529 yards, public layout. Bermuda Grass tees, fairways, and rough Bentgrass Greens