Fore the Kids Charity Golf Tournament
Hartford Golf Club, West Hartford, CT
Monday, June 24, 2019
This is your chance to “tee it” up with Geno Auriemma, the hall-of-fame coach. Your “round to remember” at the prestigious Hartford Golf Club will include NIKE apparel and gear, brunch, beverage and food stations on the course, and dinner catered by none other than Geno’s Grille.
Over the past 16 years, the tournament has raised more than $1.6 million for Connecticut Children’s. Thank you Coach Auriemma, our dedicated committee and all of our sponsors!
ATTENTION! Sponsorships including golf are sold out. Alternative options are available if you are interested in showing your support while aligning your brand with Connecticut Children’s. Please consider purchasing a tee sign, pin flag or a ticket to attend the dinner reception.
Schedule of Events
Brunch and Driving Range Open
Shotgun Start, Shamble Format
Food, Drink and Entertainment Stations on the Course
Cocktail Hour featuring a Closest to the Pin Shootout with Geno Auriemma and special guest!
Where will the proceeds go?
Geno Auriemma’s Fore the Kids Charity Golf Tournament will provide Connecticut Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) with a new transport isolette: a self-contained, high-performance transport incubator. As a Level IV NICU, the highest level trauma certification, the Medical Center treats the sickest infants in the region. Last year more than 300 newborns were transported to Connecticut Children’s from regional hospitals, and this new isolette will enhance the care we can provide to these tiny patients on their way to Connecticut Children’s.
Proceeds will also fund the purchase of a highly specialized Spinal Surgery Table for patients undergoing complex spine surgeries while being cared for by Connecticut Children’s Division of Orthopedics. Surgeons will be able to more easily position, rotate and stabilize their patients using this highly specialized device. This equipment will bring next-level care and positive outcomes to children with spinal issues and deformities.
Our Planning Committee