Join Us At The 2017 Firefighters Charity Golf Tourney

Whom You Will Be Helping

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Have you ever had your plans for a date night squashed because you couldn't find a babysitter that you could entrust your kids with?

If so, you have some idea how difficult it can be for parents of medically-fragile children.   

That's where Children’s Country Home comes in.

Children's Country Home is a pediatric care facility in Woodinville, WA, that provides 24-hour transitionalrespiteresidential and end-of-life care to medically fragile and technology-dependent children from infancy through young adulthood.

When a child has profound disabilities and complex medical needs, providing the necessary round-the-clock care can be exhausting and overwhelming.  Since 1997, families have trusted Children’s Country Home to provide the treatment and education essential to the child’s well-being.

In tandem with the child’s primary care physician, the nursing care team assesses and treats complex medical conditions.  They monitor symptoms, administer medications, provide critical care and coordinate therapies such as nutrition, physical, occupational and speech.

Parents and loved ones receive information, training and support to understand their child’s complex medical needs throughout their stay as well as discharge planning for the return home.

By playing at or sponsoring the tournament, you will be helping the Children's Country Home as net proceeds will be donated to help the facility do its important work!   

 

Bear Creek Country Club’s breathtaking par-72, 7,026-yard championship layout was designed by noted golf course architect Jack Frei to blend seamlessly with its pristine surroundings, just 15 minutes from downtown Seattle.

Thick stands of mature trees frame undulating fairways and manicured greens, with several lakes and rugged wetlands creating both strategic diversity and a picturesque backdrop for golf.

The course has served as home to numerous prestigious events, including the PNGA Amateur, PNW PGA Hudson Cup matches, two USGA Amateur Qualifiers, USGA Sr. Open Qualifier and the USGA Mid-Am Qualifier.

 

Format of Play

The play and scoring format for the tournament is a "Shamble." Each player in a foursome will tee off and the best drive will be selected. Each player will then play their own ball from there through the green.
 
The two best scores will be recorded from each foursome on each hole. No handicaps will be used in this format.
 
A maximum score per player of 1 over par (bogey) will be allowed.

A preview of the Tournament Course

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