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Hurley Trauma Center Fall Golf Classic is Sept. 11

FLINT — Hurley Medical Center invites the public to take part in the 39th annual Hurley Trauma Center Fall Golf Classic.

This year’s event returns to Flint Golf Club Monday, Sept. 11, with both morning and afternoon tee times.

The premier scramble is the main fundraiser for the region’s only Level I Trauma Center. Participation and sponsorships allow Hurley to continue to provide the highest levels of trauma and burn care using the latest advancements and state of the art equipment to treat the most critically ill adults and children in our region 24/7.

This year’s Golf Classic Ambassador showcases how exemplary trauma care not only saves lives across Michigan, but changes lives.

Tracy Ramin was hit by a truck on I-75 as he retrieved a ladder that had fallen off his vehicle. With multiple broken bones and an amputation below the knee, Hurley Trauma Center was able to save his life.

Ramin is now the captain of the US Adaptive Golf Alliance and Executive Director of the National Amputee Golf Association. His golfing skills will be on display at this year’s event.

Sponsorships and tickets for this year’s Hurley Trauma Center Fall Golf Classic are still available at hurleyfoundation.org/events/fall-golf-classic or by email to Patty Creighton, Hurley Foundation Director of Events, at pcreigh1@hurleymc.com.

Your donation will become a “forever gift” toward the future of Hurley’s Trauma Services Endowment & Non-Endowment, which supports Hurley’s Level I Trauma & Burn Center and Level II Pediatric Trauma Center.

In 2023, Hurley became the ONLY trauma center in the country to earn the Gold Beacon Award for Excellence. Community support allows Hurley to set the standard for the nation in patient care.

Golfers for this shotgun start event receive two meals, a FootJoy gift, air cannon and break the glass contests as well as skins and a raffle.