The Annual Tippmann-McArdle Women's Care Center Classic has raised over 1.5 million since 2010. This prestigious tournament provides funding to further the mission of the Fort Wayne Women's Care Centers. Proceeds help pregnant women choose life, educate new mothers, and assist them in taking care of themselves and their new babies. The work of the Women's Care Center is so important and your participation in the tournament makes a difference in so many lives in Allen County.
Proceeds from the tournament support the local Allen County Women's Care Centers, which are part of the largest pregnancy resource organization in the United States. Currently, the Women's Care Center serves more than 25 percent of the pregnant women in Allen County, offering free pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, parenting classes, goal setting counseling sessions and a Crib Club self-sufficiency program where parents earn items like cribs, car seats, clothing, and diapers for their children. The Crib Club program is supported by the Christ Child Society of Fort Wayne.
"John Tippmann and I are happy to support the Women's Care Center in Fort Wayne. It's a wonderful organization that provides a vital, life-saving service in Northeast Indiana and we wanted our golf classic to reflect this same high level of commitment. Our committee is dedicated to making this event the most prestigious in the area and we welcome all those who can join us in 2016."
– Don McArdle, Co-Founder of the Tippmann-McArdle Women's Care Center Golf Classic
"Because we are 100 percent privately funded, the support we are receiving through this tournament is vital to our ability to love and serve so many families," remarked Anne Koehl, director of the Women's Care Center. www.wccfortwaynegolf.org
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The NKFI/Steel Dynamic's Annual Golf Classic at Bridgewater Golf Club will be held in Auburn, Indiana in June! Please contact Janine Moore at (260) 456-0654 for more information. The event benefits the National Kidney Foundation of Indiana. The National Kidney Foundation is the leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at risk. Since 2002, the outing has grown from raising $6,000 in its first year to 50 times that today. The winners of the tournament will go to a three-day golf competition in November in Sarasota, Florida. The Winners' tournament for the Fort Wayne and South Bend Golf Classics will be in Sarasota, Florida November. Courses played: The Ritz-Carlton and The Concession. Buy-in foursomes available for the winner's tournament. Contact email@example.com or call 260-456-0654.
Raymond James is not affiliated with the National Kidney Foundation.
Tee up for Cougar Athletics at the fourth annual Cougar Classic golf outing! It's a chance to show support for USF student-athletes while enjoying a round of golf on a beautiful course with alumni and friends.
Bridgewater Golf Club, 6095 Auburn, Indiana Friday, July 3
8:00 a.m. - Registration/Breakfast
9:30 a.m. - Tee-off, 18 holes
Lunch, awards and reception
But that's not all!
Each golfer is invited to a VIP reception at the Fort Wayne home of 11-year National Football League veteran Jason Fabini on Thursday evening, July 30, before the Cougar Classic. Steel Dynamics CEO and founder Keith Busse will co-host.