Join us for the 1st Annual Disc Golfers Have Heart Tournament this October! Your support will contribute to the lifesaving legacy of the American Heart Association by supporting community efforts to address issues such as food insecurity, public awareness campaigns, and opportunities to engage employees around heart and brain health. . . All while having fun!
The Disc Golfers Have Heart Tournament, benefitting the American Heart Association, is singles, stroke format tournament. This event is dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease through sport. The event weekend includes player’s packs, silent auction, food for purchase with a portion of proceeds benefitting the AHA, post-event player’s party and awards reception.
The American Heart Association is working to create a world free from heart disease and stroke, and that starts in the Greater Washington Region. From helping people monitor their blood pressure, to making healthier food options available in all neighborhoods, to giving kids and adults more opportunities to be active – the AHA is making it easier to be health where we live, work, learn and play.
Dates: October 8-9, 2022
Time: Registration at 7AM
Tee times start at 9AM
Location: Forest Valley DGC @ Forest Greens Golf Club
Format: Singles, stroke play
Play Registration gives you automatic entry to win a prize, Player’s Pack and discounted plates at the player’s party!
To participate in the tournament, or to contribute to this deserving organization, please use the links below to register and donate today.
All sponsorships include recognition on event website and a complimentary foursome in the tournament.
TEE SPONSOR (18 available)
MEN’S CLOSEST-TO-THE-PIN SPONSOR
WOMEN’S CLOSEST-TO-THE-PIN SPONSOR
PLAYER’S DINNER SPONSOR (1 available)
PLAYER’S PACK SPONSOR (3 available)
Additional sponsorships are available from $300 – $1,000
Managing Partner John Harrity suffered a near fatal “widow-maker” heart attack on May 2, 2016. After spending 3 weeks in a coma and 5 more in a grueling recovery in the ICU, and despite 1,000,000-to-1 odds, John fortunately survived.
However, most are not so lucky. John’s story and incredible rehabilitation compelled him and brother/co-founder Paul Harrity to create a giving back initiative, thus Harrity 4 Charity was born. This event is one of Harrity 4 Charity’s many ways to give back.