Red Sox Foundation Golf Tournament Hosted by Tim Wakefield
You may have heard the rumor that the only thing MLB players love almost as much as baseball is golf – and it’s entirely true. Any day out on the greens is a good day, and if you can combine it with time spent with close friends and the ability to raise funds for the great work done by both the Red Sox Foundation (RSF) and Franciscan Hospital for Children, then it’s a home run for all of us. This year’s 4th Annual Red Sox Foundation Golf Tournament will be held at the Belmont Country Club, which was the home of the 2015 PGA Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship.
Proceeds from this fun-filled day of golf will benefit the Red Sox Foundation’s charitable programs. Together with the generous fans of Red Sox Nation, RSF has raised and distributed millions of dollars to support programs that help kids, families and veterans throughout New England. Our foundation has a long history of community partnership and works closely with The Jimmy Fund and Dana Farber Cancer Institute, the Dimock Center in Roxbury, Red Sox Scholars, RBI, and the RSF and Mass General Home Base Program for veterans with post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury.
In addition to the the Red Sox Foundation, the tournament will also benefit the Franciscan Hospital, which has specialized in providing compassionate customized pediatric care since they opened their doors in 1949. With more than 600 physicians and staff members, Franciscan offers health and rehab services unique in the Northeast.