Join a 34 year tradition of community support for the Middlesex Health Hospice Program.

Tournament is Full!

We have reached maximum capacity for golfers, due to state COVID-19 guidelines limiting the size of our event. We apologize if you are unable to join us on the golf course and hope to see you in 2021!

We continue to be grateful for sponsorships. If you would like to sponsor the event, please click the button below.

Sponsor the event!

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Event details are subject to change to meet state guidelines.
Scenes from past hospice golf outings.
Tournament Date

Tuesday, September 8, 2020


Portland Golf Course, Portland, CT


Registration: 9:30 am
Tee-off: 10:30 am

Event Format


Tournament Fees

Foursome: $660*
Individual: $165*

Tournament fees include greens fees, continental breakfast, cart, lunch, dinner, and refreshments. Dinner reception will be tables of 10, socially distanced, in and out of the cart barn.

*$30 of the fee is considered a charitable deduction per individual.

Please Note:
  • Due to state COVID-19 guidelines, we can only accept 100 golfers (or 25 foursomes) this year. We have reached maximum capacity and can no longer accept registrations—thank you to everyone who signed up!
  • You can still download our information packet or use the paper form to submit a sponsorship.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Corporate underwriting helps ensure the success of this event. As a corporate underwriter, your contribution not only helps create a high-quality tournament, but also supports the delivery of the highest quality end-of-life care through the Middlesex Health Hospice Program. We are grateful for your support!

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About Hospice Golf

For 34 years, a group of Middlesex County business leaders have organized this tournament to benefit the Hospice Endowment Fund. Since 1987, over $880,000 has been raised for Hospice. 

2020 Hospice Golf Tournament Committee Members
John J. Kelley, Jr. Chairman         Paul LaMonica
Bill Baldyga Chris Milardo
Melanie Cama Tom Nolan        
Chris Crouch Sherry Russenberger
Jay Doolittle Linda Sweet
Peter LaMalfa, Jr. Carl Thorell

About the Middlesex Health Hospice Program

Since the Middlesex Health Hospice Program began, it has been committed to preserving the dignity, integrity and personal choices of patients at the end of life. Most hospice patients are cared for in their own homes, where they want to be. 

In addition, Middlesex Health’s Hospice Program offers short-term care to patients who may need help with pain, symptom control, and care in the Hospital’s Comfort Care Unit.