Sean McDonough Celebrity Golf Classic

September 15, 2019

Sean McDonough Celebrity Golf Classic

September 15, 2019
Celebrity Draw Party presented by Sam Adams – Four Seasons Hotel, Boston

 

September 16, 2019
Golf Tournament – Boston Golf Club, Hingham

Join ESPN’s Sean McDonough for a two-day celebrity event to support cardiac amyloidosis research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Sean’s father, legendary Boston Globe columnist Will McDonough, died suddenly of cardiac amyloidosis in 2003. The festivities begin on Sunday, September 15 with a Celebrity Draw Party at the Four Seasons Hotel, where golfers and guests will come together for a festive evening and to learn the name of their celebrity golfer. The golf tournament takes place on Monday, September 16 at Boston Golf Club, one of the top golf courses in the country.

Update: golf is sold out, but we are accepting a wait list.

You can still support the event, click register now to do any of the following:
• Buy tickets to the Celebrity Draw Party
• Sponsor a hole at the Golf Tournament
• Make a donation to support cardiac amyloidosis research

2019 Participation Opportunities

To join the Golf Tournament wait list or to learn more, please contact Danielle Pourbaix at bwhgolf@bwh.harvard.edu or 617-424-4191.


Watch the 2018 Sean McDonough Celebrity Golf Classic Highlight video:

View photos from the 2018 Draw Party presented by Sam Adams
View photos from the 2018 Golf Tournament

Learn more about:
Understanding amyloidosis
Advancing the treatment and diagnosis of amyloidosis

Thanks to all who supported the 2018 Sean McDonough Celebrity Golf Classic. More than $300,000 was raised for cardiac amyloidosis research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Participating celebrities included Billy Andrade, Geno Auriemma, Charles Barkley, Jay Bilas, Jim Boeheim, Brian Boyle, Mike Breen, John Buccigross, PJ Carlesimo, Mike Eruzione, Brad Faxon, Gerald Henderson, Megan Khang, Bill Murray, Brett Quigley, David Quinn, Bill Raftery, Mike Sullivan, Taylor Twellman, and Trey Wingo.