Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic

SAVE THE DATE!

Next year’s Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic will be Monday, June 1, 2020.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Lake Forest Country Club
14000 Landmark Drive
Louisville, Kentucky

8 to 10 a.m. – Registration, brunch, Pro Shop open
10 a.m. – Prompt shotgun start
4 p.m. – Awards reception, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres

The 19th annual Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic takes place June 3, 2019, at Lake Forest Country Club. The 18-hole course features 7,151 yards of rolling bent grass fairways, large greens, multiple tee boxes and 14 lakes and creeks in play. Players come from a variety of businesses, large and small, throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. We expect another sellout this year, with 36 teams and more than 200 people in attendance.

The Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic benefits the adult hospitals of Norton Healthcare, helping to provide world-class care for you and your family at Norton Audubon Hospital, Norton Brownsboro Hospital, Norton Hospital and Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital.

Volunteer and sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information, contact:

Julia Leggett
(502) 629-5543
(859) 583-6177
julia.leggett@nortonhealthcare.org

Norton Healthcare Foundation

Norton Healthcare Foundation

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