The Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation will host its 32nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, September 11th, with a 7:30 a.m. shotgun start. The tournament will take place at the Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course. An awards ceremony will follow the end of play with lunch provided.
The $100 entry fee for each player includes green fees (with cart), a golf polo, and goody bag with a towel and other prizes. The tournament will also include raffles, as well as cash prizes for the top four teams and various challenges for the golfers.
Two vital programs benefit from funds raised through our golf tournament: the Joan and Diana Hospice Home and the KRMC Foundation’s Catch It Early program.
The Joan and Diana Hospice Home offers compassionate comfort care to people with limited life expectancy and provides support for their loved ones.
The Catch It Early Program provides screening mammograms to Mohave County women regardless of their ability to pay. A missed mammogram can mean the difference between early detection and advanced disease. This program makes annual screenings available to women over 40 – at no cost to them.
Teams of four can sign up to participate at Cerbat Cliffs or contact Ben McGlothlin at 928-263-3873.