HCH Foundation Golf Classic

The Harrison County Hospital Foundation, Inc. sponsors its 34th Annual Golf Classic on Friday, July 13, 2018. The sole mission of the HCH Foundation is to enhance the Hospital’s ability to serve the people of our community. Gifts to the HCH Foundation support timely investments in lifesaving, educational and diagnostic equipment, as well as the community wellness and education pro- grams, scholarships, and other services related to the mission of the Hospital.

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You can also register by mail using the brochure here.


About The Tournament

The Golf Classic is an 18-hole scramble with a shot- gun start. Please submit entry as soon as possible to ensure play. Each team playing one A, B, C, and D player as determined by handicap:

A=0-10 B=11-14 C=15-20 D=21+

Handicap rules will be strictly enforced. Please mail proof of handicap with entry.

Teams may be modified in the following manner.

  1. No team may have more than one A player and one B player
  2. No team may have more than two B players and no A player
  3. Each team must have at least one B player
  4. No team may have a total handicap of less than 59.

NOTE: Women will be allowed to use the ladies’ tees. (This should add a bit of strategy as you put your team together).


Schedule of Events

All times are EDT
Tee Times: 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

11:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m.

Sandwiches and drinks available

Approx. 6:00 p.m.

Dinner at the Old Capital Golf Club Awards Presentation following dinner

***No Carry-In Alcohol


Gifts, Prizes & Raffles

For your golfing pleasure, all players receive golf balls, tees, refreshments, and the chance to win many raffles, and awarded prizes. The members of the top 5 teams will receive prizes.

Other contests include Longest Drive, Most Accurate Drive, and Closest-to-the-Hole. Winner of the Hole-In-One Contest (designated hole) receives a new car, compliments of John Jones Auto Group.

Each team is responsible for assembling team players and for filling out the Golf Classic Entry Form.