President’s Message

Hafa Adai Hamyo Todu (Hello, Hi All),

It’s another great year for our Hafa Adai Golf ‘Classic’ (HAGC) 2018!

Our members, family, and friends, are cordially inviting you to join us in a banner celebration of our great Classic tradition in the great northwest, WA state. We’re enthusiastically looking forward to reuniting and socializing with you, family, friends, new players and guest to our annual Classic. It will be exciting to meet family or friends we’ve not seen in a while and the forging of new acquaintance and friendship.

As usual, our Classic attracts participants throughout the mainland, Guam Mariana Island, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and Hawaii. We are very appreciative of the long journey and desire to participate in our Classic Event. Welcome and thank you for participating!

This year, we’re holding our tournament at The Golf Club of Hawks Prairie, The Links and The Woodlands. These golf courses are two of the most unique and challenging golf courses in the Pacific Northwest. Players are in for real treat! Have fun and enjoy! The memories alone will be heart-warming and priceless!

We’re fully committed to making your visit and participation an enjoyable and memorable event. Our members, family, and friends have worked diligently as a team in planning, coordinating, and conducting our event. We are grateful and appreciative of their enthusiasm and commitment to ensure a successful Classic event.

We’re grateful for the Hafa Adai Golf Classic (HAGC) Board of Directors, members, and sister clubs for their wonderful assistance and support. Thanks to them and our Classic original founders, we are once again enjoying a tradition of cultural celebration, golf, fun, fellowship with family, friends, and guest. Thank you!

Again, thank you for being a part of our traditional ‘Classic’ event. We appreciate your participation and wonderful support in making our Classic a success. We sincerely value your company, good sportsmanship, and friendship. Thank you for sharing and thank you for the memories.


Roy Leon-Guerrero