Greg Steele, left, regional sales manager Rain Bird, Phillip Barnes, landscape architect, Urban Arena, tournament chairman and Brittany Borden, area specification manager Rain Bird at the 39th American Society of Landscape Architects golf tournament. Photo courtesy of the American Society of Landscape Architects

Greg Steele, left, regional sales manager Rain Bird, Phillip Barnes, landscape architect, Urban Arena, tournament chairman and Brittany Borden, area specification manager Rain Bird at the 39th American Society of Landscape Architects golf tournament. Photo courtesy of the American Society of Landscape Architects

The 39th American Society of Landscape Architects San Diego Golf Tournament, presented by title sponsor Rain Bird, took place last fall at Maderas Golf Course in Poway. For the second straight year, the field was completely sold out with 144 players participating and featured over 30 participating sponsors.

The four-player, scramble-format tournament, with 26 sponsors, raised approximately $20,000 which will be used to fund ASLA-SD’s community grant, a way for ASLA-SD to give back by funding grassroots projects in the communities in which San Diego’s landscape architects live and work. Visit asla.org.