We are so disappointed to have to cancel this years golf tournament to support clients in need at Newport Mental Health. Out of an abundance of caution, we believe that a tournament for June 8, is not feasible or healthy.
It is our sincere hope you will still join us in supporting those in need through entry into the donation-based raffle.
Three winners will be randomly selected by drawing on Tuesday June 30, 2020 at noon on Newport Mental Health's Facebook Live account.
More details can be found below.
To maintain complinace with state and federal law, no purchase is necessary. To redeem a free entry please go here.
Newport Golf and Country Club: Foursome valued $1,000 any weekday Monday through Thursday between September 8 and October 29, 2020. The group tee off time will be before 10:30 a.m. No green fees will be charged. Golf cart and/or caddie fees will be the responsibility of the players.
“Died and gone to heaven” is the way one person describes his first time playing at the historic and venerable site, host to the first US Amateur Championship and U.S. Open in 1895. Tiger Woods won the U.S. Amateur Championship in 1995 at the Newport Country Club. Ranked among the most coveted 18-hole courses in the U.S., Newport Country Club overlooks the famed Brenton Point, Ocean Drive.
The Aquidneck Club: Foursome, with details arranged by a club member for the winner. Golf cart and/or caddie fees might be the responsibility of the players. No green fees will be charged.
Known until recent as Carnegie Abby, the 18- hole Scottish links-style championship golf course boasts a bucolic coastal setting and waterfront views, and offers plays a one of a kind golfing experience. The exclusive private course is perched on New England’s largest estuary, and offers sweeping views of Narragansett Bay along the breathtaking and challenging 18th Fairway.
Wanumetonomy Golf and Country Club: Foursome valued at $300, which includes golf carts. No green fees will be charged.
This 18-hole course, with ever-changing hillside views of Narragansett Bay’s East Passage, provides golfers with a habitat of open fields and fairways. A challenging course, designed by famed golf course architect Seth Raynor, Wanumetonomy is among the state’s finest golf courses.
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