Erlanger Children's Golf Invitational Raises Over $106,000 For Believe Campaign

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

The third annual Erlanger Children’s Classic Golf Invitational held at The Farm Golf Course was another a hole-in-one for Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. The 27 corporate teams playing in this year’s tournament raised more than $106,000 on behalf of Erlanger’s Believe campaign.

 

Winner of the 2018 Tournament Overall Champion team was the Miller & Martin law firm.

Determined by overall best score, the tournament champion came down to a single hole in which Miller & Martin toppled First Tennessee Bank for the lead. The top three teams in each flight were:

 

Flight 1 Top 3 Teams:

1st – Miller & Martin

2nd – First TN Bank

3rd – Northwestern Mutual

 

Flight 2 Top 3 Teams:

1st – Ricoh-USA

2nd –HHM

3rd –McCarthy

 

Flight 3 Top 3 Teams:

1st –McCarthy

2nd –Engineered Floors

3rd –Driven Technologies of MSA

 

“Thanks to our top sponsors, The Barnett Group, Engineered Floors and Shaw Industries, we raised over $106,000 this year for the Believe campaign,” said Rebecca Styles, special events coordinator for Erlanger Health System Foundations.

 

Phase 1 of the new Children’s Hospital at Erlanger consists of a 90,000-square foot outpatient center, currently under construction on E. Third Street. Upon completion, the Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center will provide more than 20 pediatric subspecialties and the highest level of care to the children of this region. The new facility is scheduled to open in December.



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