Goodwill Classic Golf Tournament to Be Held November 4

More than 100 golfers, including former Texas Rangers greats Rafael Palmeiro, José Guzmán, Doyle Alexander, Leon  Roberts and other former MLB players including President of the Major League Baseball Alumni Association Jack Lazorko; TV personality and Blazing Saddles star Burton Gilliam; Goodwill Board of Directors and staff members and sponsors of the Goodwill Classic; Goodwill Fort Worth success story testimonials from Tim Overstreet and Gina Casteal; and, Country Music Hall of Fame artist Charley Pride will sing the National Anthem.

Billed as a “Tournament of Excellence,” the Goodwill Classic benefits Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth, an organization that helps rebuild countless lives through its job training and placement programs.

All proceeds from the tournament support Goodwill Fort Worth initiatives focusing on the homeless (GoodwillWorks), at-risk youth (E-Squared), veterans (VetWorthy), the disadvantaged and the disabled (S.T.A.R.S.).

Since its inception in 2008, more than $1.4 million has been given in scholarships, assisting 713 graduates of NTI vocational training programs. In 2018, 10,372 lives were touched through Goodwill’s Workforce Development Programs.

More than 100 golfers are expected to participate in the 12th annual tournament. The 2018 tournament raised $125,000 for the organization.

Monday, November 4, 2019
9:15 a.m. – Opening Ceremony
10:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start

Mira Vista Country Club
6600 Mira Vista Blvd.
Fort Worth, Texas 76132

Goodwill is more than a thrift store. The largest employer of people with disabilities in the world, Goodwill believes that work has the power to transform lives by building self-confidence, independence, creativity, trust and friendships. Everyone deserves this chance.

Goodwill Fort Worth’s 25 retail locations provide revenue through the sale of donated goods to support Goodwill’s mission – job training and career services for people with disabilities, such as physical or mental disabilities and other barriers to employment including lack of education or work experience and homelessness. For more information on Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth, please visit