The Joe Andruzzi Foundation is teaming up again with our friends at Golf Fights Cancer and fielding a team to participate in their Golf Marathon on June 8 and 9 and Juniper Hill Golf Course in Northborough, MA.
Team Captain Jen Andruzzi will play in this fun event with golfers of all ability levels. Jen is still building her team. Will you join Jen (and Joe!) for this fun day of golf for a great cause?
JAF participants are welcome to bring their own caddy – husband/wife, father/son, mother/daughter, friends, co-workers – all are welcome! Each player is asked to raise a minimum of $3,000. Junior golfers (25 years and under) are welcome to register as a player with a reduced minimum of $1,500. C’mon – what are you waiting for?
So, what is a golf marathon? An unbelievable day of camaraderie where golfers of all skill levels are sponsored to play 100 holes in one day to positively impact the lives of cancer patients and their families. For more information on just exactly how 100 holes of golf is played, please contact Nicole Anderson at Nicole@joeandruzzifoundation.org.
Golf Fights Cancer is committed to harnessing the collective fundraising power of the entire golf community to make tangible differences across the cancer community. Specifically, GFC makes targeted donations for services, equipment, research, and/or amenities that make an immediate positive impact on treatment and the experience for both the patient and family. To date, they’ve granted $10 million in funding to over 75 different cancer-related charities.
JAF has been fortunate to be a multi-year recipient of this wonderful organization. Join Jen and Joe’s team for the Golf Marathon and together we’ll KEEP helping New England cancer patients and their families.
6:30 AM – Registration and Breakfast
7:15 AM – Shotgun Start
11:30 AM – Lunch Speaking Program
12:30PM – Golf Resumes
5:00PM – Golf concludes
- $3,000 per individual participant
- $1,500 per junior participant (25-years-old and under)
- $1,000 per virtual participant
- If registering as a team, the team’s fundraising goal is $3,000 times the number of team members