Falcon Crest Golf Course

FUNDSY Golf Tournament 2019

A beautiful day on the course to benefit a great cause! That’s win-win in our book.

The annual FUNDSY Golf Tournament is right around the corner! Join us at Falcon Crest Golf Club on May 17th for a fun-filled day of friends and giving to support our 2019/2020 beneficiary – The Peregrine Fund!

Your registration fee grants you a $100 credit at the Titleist/FootJoy mobile clubhouse. While you’re waiting to tee off, enjoy breakfast tacos from Tin Roof Tacos, take advantage of the Bloody Mary bar provided by 44 North Vodka, and enjoy the music of DJ David Maxwell! After the event join us for awards and raffle item giveaways

Hole sponsorships are available (optional in the registration form below). Hole sponsorships include tent and banner setup on a hole and team registration for some packages. 

Learn more about The Peregrine Fund at


Thank you to our sponsors!

Thank you to our sponsors!

Presenting Sponsorships

Presenting sponsor packages are also available. If interested in becoming a presenting sponsor, please contact


– Logo on event marketing materials/website
– Frequent social media posts with logo
– Sponsor banner at event
– Includes foursome at tournament


– Logo on event marketing materials/website
– Social media posts with logo
– Includes foursome at tournament

Falcon Crest Golf Course

Falcon Crest Golf Club
11102 S Cloverdale Rd.
Kuna, ID 83634



Friday, May 17th


Registration: 10am

Shotgun start: 11:30am



Register for the FUNDSY 2019 Golf Tournament using the form below.  If there are any questions, please contact

Introducing FUNDSY's 2019/20 Beneficiary!

The World Center for Birds of Prey is the heartbeat of The Peregrine Fund’s education program. Located in Boise, ID, which is one of the most densely populated raptor regions in the world, it is an international destination for 50,000+ people a year. Visitors experience raptors up close and personally through live, daily raptor demonstrations and interactions with staff, volunteers, and exhibits that create a deeper understanding of these incredible birds and our role in conserving them for future generations. The Center provides free school tours for more than 5,000 students annually engaging students in STEM learning that focuses on the scientific method through the lens of The Peregrine Fund’s global conservation projects.

This event and the FUNDSY Golf Tournament the following day will kick start capital improvement for the Global Raptor Education Center. Upon completion, the Education Center will expand its student visit capabilities from 5,000 annually to over 10,000 student visits annually.