Join us for a fantastic day of golf and philanthropy as we honor Harold Masor with the 2022 Ben-Gurion Award in recognition of his dedicated commitment to El Cab and our community. Our 57th annual El Caballero Golf Tournament & Dinner in support of the life-changing work of The Jewish Federation is going to be our best one yet — and the first one on our new course! 

Schedule of Activities

  •  11:00 AM — Registration, Chipping and Putting Contest
  •  11:30 AM — Light Lunch on the Patio
  •  12:30 PM — Golf Shotgun (Foursomes) including Food & Drinks on the Course!
  •  5:30 PM — Cocktail Hour & Million Dollar Shoot-Out
  •  6:30 PM — Award Presentation & Grillfest Dinner

During the evening we will proudly recognize first responders in our community for their bravery on our behalf.

Couvert is $395 per person and includes the tournament fee and dinner.

($395 is the value of the event and is therefore not tax deductible.) $150 for cocktails & dinner only.

At the event, you will be asked to make a meaningful gift to The Jewish Federation’s 2022 Annual Campaign.

Sponsorship Opportunities are available! Download our Sponsorship Brochure to see all of the packages and benefits available to you.

For more information, please contact Mitch Hamerman at (323) 761-8133 or

Kindly respond by June 1st.





Harold Masor 

2022 Ben-Gurion Award Recipient

Harold J. Masor is a retired partner of the international accounting and business advisory firm of Ernst & Young LLP, having served at the firm for 34 years. Harold specialized in audits of public companies, including REITs and other real estate, banking, broker dealers and healthcare, and was the lead partner on a number of IPOs. 

Harold is chair of the board of the American Jewish University, as well as a board member and past treasurer and chair of the Finance & Administration Committee of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. He is also a board member of Jacob Jonas the Company, an innovative dance company. Harold is president of the Seymour & Elaine Masor Foundation, a support organization of the Jewish Community Foundation (JCF), and was a member of the board and chair of JCF’s Audit Committee until January 2022. He is a founder and past president of de Toledo High School, and past president of Adat Ari El. Harold earned his bachelor's degree Summa Cum Laude from the University of Southern California. He and his wife Amy have three children and three granddaughters. 


Our COVID guidelines:

 The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is committed to ensuring a safe workplace and guidelines where our community gatherings may be held. We have continually cited the safety of our staff as our guiding principle in our reopening plans at 6505 Wilshire and have required proof of vaccination from our employees. For the safety of both our employees and the community, we wish to ensure all who gather for meetings and functions are fully vaccinated. 

 For the safety of our guests, we will ensure this event is compliant with the CDC, local, and national guidelines at the time of the event.


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