Guyan Golf & Country Club
All proceeds support St. Mary's Hospitality House
The challenging course at Guyan Golf and Country Club is the setting for our fourth annual Pallotti Cup, which has become a charity tournament favorite for many golfers in our region. Our Ryder Cup style event has made the average charity event a little more interesting. There are 36 two-man teams, and each team is assigned to one of two sides (Team White or Team Blue). Each team will play three 9-hole matches and attempt to score points for their side. Some matches use an alternate shot, and other matches will use a scramble format. At the end of the day, half of the golfers will go home as winners of the Pallotti Cup!
Sister Diane Bushee, Captain of Team White, has won the first three events. She hopes to make it a four-peat, but Sister Mary Grace is counting on her Team Blue to prevail in 2017. This tournament will sell out very quickly. With a limited number of golfing spots available, multi-event sponsors will receive first priority in this event. Proceeds will benefit the St. Mary’s Hospitality House.
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Patients who travel to St. Mary’s Medical Center for advanced health care have additional support now that their families and supportive friends can stay close by at the St. Mary’s Hospitality House. The St. Mary’s Hospitality House, which opened in December of 2014, has cared for 5,500 patients and guests from 36 states and 2 countries, representing over 8,900 guest nights. Three out of four guests have loved ones being cared for at St. Mary’s, but the house supports all other hospital providers in the area, as well as Hospice of Huntington. Through events like the Pallotti Cup and other fundraisers, donors of The Foundation and the St. Mary’s Auxiliary help keep the house operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“Our daughter was flown to St. Mary’s after a car accident in Kentucky. We rushed to Huntington from Louisville, KY at night without sleep or knowing anyone in the area. We didn’t even have a toothbrush. Going through worry, confusion, stress and concern, the Hospitality House was truly a blessing for our family.” - M. Combs, Louisville, KY