Sean McDonough Celebrity Golf Classic

August 7, 2018

Sean McDonough Celebrity Golf Classic

Monday, August 6
Celebrity Draw Party presented by Sam Adams | The Ritz-Carlton Boston | 6:30pm

Tuesday, August 7
Golf Tournament | Boston Golf Club | Hingham, MA | 11am

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 Monday, August 6 with a Celebrity Draw Party presented by Sam Adams at The Ritz-Carlton Boston, with golfers and guests coming together for a festive evening and to learn the name of their celebrity golfer. The golf tournament takes place on Tuesday, August 7 at Boston Golf Club, one of the top golf courses in the country.

Celebrities playing in the tournament include Billy Andrade, PGA Tour; Geno Auriemma, UCONN Women’s Basketball; Charles Barkley, NBA legend; Jay Bilas, ESPN; Jim Boeheim, head coach of the Syracuse University Men’s basketball team; Brian Boyle, New Jersey Devils; Mike Breen, ABC Sports; John Buccigross, ESPN; P.J. Carlesimo, NBA and college basketball coach; Ed Cooley, Providence College Basketball; Mike Eruzione, Miracle On Ice; Brad Faxon, PGA Tour; Gerald Henderson, NBA; Brett Quigley, PGA Tour; David Quinn, head coach of the New York Rangers; Bill Raftery, CBS Sports; Mike Sullivan, head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins; Taylor Twellman MLS star/ESPN lead soccer analyst; Donnie Wahlberg, actor/musician; Trey Wingo, ESPN.

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

Make a donation to support cardiac amyloidosis research at BWH.

BWH Tax ID number: 04-2312909
Tax-deductible amounts:
Golf foursome: $7,700
Individual Draw party ticket: $350

The tournament field is limited to 20 foursomes! For more information, or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact Adrienne Ross at aross10@bwh.harvard.edu or 617-424-4318 for questions.