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    2016 ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC – 14th Annual

    The Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Annual Golf Classic raises funds for programs and equipment in support of Memorial Medical Center, enriching the lives of our patients and families.

    Tournament Details


    April 18, 2016, at Del Rio Golf & Country Club in Modesto, California.


    • 11:00 a.m. Registration
    • 11:30 a.m. Range Open and Putting Contest
    • 12:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
      Food Stations on Course

    Note: Tournament play followed by dinner, awards presentation and live auction


    Four person SHAMBLE, two best balls of four.
    Shambles is a blend of “scrambles” and “regular” golf.


    • Tee Prizes
    • Green Fees
    • Range Balls
    • Lunch on Course
    • Dinner and Dinner Guest
    • Generous On-Course Refreshments


    • 1st Place Gross
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Net
    • Putting Contest
    • Closest to Pin
    • Hole-In-One Opportunities
    • Longest Drive – Men
    • Longest Drive – Women
    • Most Accurate – Men
    • Most Accurate – Women


    Dinner guests are invited to arrive by 4:30 p.m. to enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a live auction and awards presentation. Please check the box on the registration form for guests attending.

    Contact Us

    If you have any questions, or to register by phone contact
    Laura Ward at

    Benefiting the Memorial Medical Center Neuroscience Center:

    Time on Your Side – Advanced Brain and Spinal Care Right Here at Home

    The case for the South Valley Region’s first and only Neuroscience Center is our top priority.

    Stroke, traumatic head and spinal cord injuries, brain tumors, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis — these and other conditions of the nervous system are among our most feared health challenges. With good reason: They cripple, they kill, they steal our very essence — and for Central Valley residents they often require long, debilitating trips far away from home for treatment.

    Now Memorial Medical Center is taking steps to bring advanced neuroscience care to the Central Valley by creating the region’s first and only Neuroscience Center.

    One of the key missing elements is neuro biplane angiography. The biplane is one of the pillars of every major Neuroscience Center. State-of-the-art equipment is foundational.

    The need for a Neuroscience Center is urgent and growing. At Memorial we are committed to developing a truly vigorous program in the neurosciences. This is something we must do now, before more time slips away. Please join us in this important endeavor by giving generously toward the new biplane angiography imaging technology.

    Private one-on-one discussion about the Neuroscience Center Campaign

    If you are interested to learn more about the scope and reach of the Neuroscience Center and show your support, please contact the Memorial Hospital Foundation at 209-530-3600.