Please join us Wednesday, July 19th, 2023 at Pinehills Golf Club for the inaugural Aces Fore ALS Golf Tournament! Proceeds will benefit Compassionate Care ALS.
Scramble Tournament Format
Pinehills Golf Club, 54 Clubhouse Dr, Plymouth, MA 02360
9:00 AM Registration
10:30 AM Shotgun Start
4:00 PM Reception Begins
About Justin Soares
Aces Fore ALS was founded by Justin Soares in 2023 with a mission to raise awareness about ALS and support organizations like CCALS. Justin was diagnosed with ALS in October of 2021, just 6 weeks before welcoming his daughter, Madelyn, into this crazy world. Otherwise in good health, ALS struck out of nowhere with no explanation or reasoning why. Learning to navigate ALS and be new parents was a challenge, but the team at CCALS helped Justin and his family adapt to live with ALS, not die from it. Check out the following video that Meg and Justin put together in April 2022 about the support they have received from the wonderful team at CCALS. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you so much for supporting Aces Fore ALS and the incredible work of CCALS.
Pinehills Golf Club was created to rival the country’s most prestigious golf clubs, bringing world class golf to New England. Conveniently located in Plymouth, Massachusetts – just a short drive away from Boston and Cape Cod – Pinehills Golf Club is spectacularly set on over 300 acres of rolling hills punctuated by dramatic, glacially carved kettles and kames. Here, you’ll find two 18-hole championship courses designed by Rees Jones and Nicklaus Design, the most extensive practice facilities in New England, and the Pinehills Golf Academy, providing quality PGA instruction. An unparalleled range of comprehensive facilities, attentive service and a commitment to excellence are the hallmarks of Pinehills, which is dedicated to offering players of all levels a “total golf” experience in keeping with the rich traditions of the world’s greatest game.
Learn about ALS
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, is a terminal disease that can strike anyone, regardless of age, race, gender, or economic status. It causes patients to gradually lose control of the voluntary muscles in their body, it progresses differently in each case, and patients often die when they lose the capacity to breathe or swallow, while retaining their ability to see, hear, and comprehend what is happening to them.
Many individuals who have ALS lack community supports to fall back on as their mobility diminishes. Approximately 30,000 individuals are living in with ALS in the United States at any one time. Ninety percent of those have no family history of the disease.