On the Green at Corica Park: Community, Access & Opportunity

There is a lot happening at the course! Our On The Green initiative leverages golf and golf course space to advance our equity-focused pillars: community, access, and opportunity. We’re reimagining space use with inclusive programming for golfers and non-golfers alike. Check out our calendar of upcoming events.

Come visit or contact us to learn more: Tamara Sabella Director of Programming

YOUTH On the Green

  • Free Golf: free walk-up play on all three courses after 3:00 during the school year and 4:00 in the summer for all youth under 18. Wednesday walk-up play for golf and footgolf  is free all day, year-round on the Mif unless the course is closed for other programming.

  • School Outings: recreational opportunities in footgolf and beyond for field trips and after school programs.

  • On the Green Golf & Play Summer Camps: week-long summer camps offered at no cost including transportation and food to youth from underserved East Bay communities.

  • Our Saturdays On the Green: small group lessons and mentorship offered at no cost to underserved Alameda youth in collaboration with All Good Living Foundation’s Do Good Sports Club and Alameda schools. Led by Alameda High School Golf Coach Nick Wolf.

  • Alameda DGC (Do Good Corica) Middle School Golf League: no-cost, winter season golf league open to all Alameda middle school students. A collaboration with All Good Living Foundation’s Do Good Sports Club and led by Alameda High School golf coach Nick Wolf. Click here to learn more.

  • Preferred High-School and Collegiate Team Access: free practice use for local teams

  • Practice Membership Program: free annual practice memberships awarded to selected competitive golfers with a focus on supporting their paths to collegiate play.

If you are interested in supporting our On The Green Summer Camp or Saturdays On the Green Clinics to provide mentorship and greater access to golf and outdoor recreation to underserved youth, please consider donating to our efforts through our foundation. Greenway Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Corporation. EIN 87-1612518

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Send Checks to:
Greenway Foundation, Inc.
C/O Tamara Sabella
1 Clubhouse Memorial Road Alameda, CA 94502

GROUPS On The Green

  • Tournaments: full-service tournament planning & execution, including food and beverage offerings for fundraisers, company events, golf clubs, competitive leagues, special occasions and other group events. 

  • Corporate & Industry Mixers: full-service team-building and networking event planning and execution for local businesses and industry groups. *Special packages available for mission-aligned nonprofit organizations.


Our newest initiatives include a number of programs focused on diversifying space use. They are all designed to build community, expand access, and nurture opportunity. Some examples: 

  • Economic Opportunity: Sports-based youth development training program for East Bay high school and collegiate golfers, and Soccer Without Borders alumni to provide income, valuable job training, and ongoing professional development for teens and young adults.
  • Health & Wellness: Space use for activities such as yoga and martial arts classes to promote healthy living and other forms of recreation.
  • Non-Profit Support: Free classroom, meeting room and event space access for local nonprofits and other community groups to support organizations in forwarding their own missions.
  • Small Business Support: Annual Holiday Small business gift fairs in partnership with Alameda Chamber of Commerce to support local businesses.
  • Community Support: School supply and holiday gift drives to support families participating in our programs.
  • Education: Exploration of additional land uses to support food education, environmental education and local arts programs.

Selected Program Partners and Participants



Athlos College Coaching

Amateur Golf

Academy of Arts University Golf

Alameda Commuters

Cal State East Bay Golf

Holy Names Golf

Junior Golf Association of Northern California

U.C. Berkeley Golf


Audubon International Water & Sustainability Award

U.C. Berkeley Schell Lab:Wildlife Research

Generous Community Donors

We could not make our free youth programming happen without the support of all of the restaurants and vendors who provide food for our campers. During our first two years of On the Green Summer Camps they shared cuisines from around the world and collectively provided more than 3,000 meals. 

We also extend our appreciation to Maurice Ramirez Photography and Noah Graham of Infinity Photography for beautifully capturing camp memories, Alameda Golf Works for making it possible for us to provide every camper access to equipment to learn the game and expert PGA instructor Brad Marek for designing an engaging golf curriculum that’s getting our beginner golfers excited about improving their skills. 

Thank you all for your generosity and community spirit!!