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 fifth annual Pallotti Cup, which has become an exclusive, charity-favorite for 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 four events. She hopes to continue her streak, but Sister Mary Grace’s Team Blue has kept the matches very close and hopes to prevail in 2018. With a limited number of golfing spots available, this tournament is expected to sell out quickly. Multi-event sponsors will receive first priority in this event. All proceeds will benefit the St. Mary’s Hospitality House.
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The St. Mary’s Medical Center for Education is a shining star in the tri-state region and in the world of health care education. This state-of-the-art facility is providing quality education to the finest health care professionals and students in the area in the fields of nursing, medical imaging and respiratory care.
The long-standing traditions of excellence within the St. Mary’s educational programs are enhanced by the capabilities and opportunities within the walls of the new St. Mary’s Center for Education. Throughout the center students and visitors are able to enhance their education through some of the many amenities.
“The addition of the birthing manikin has been outstanding. Learning by simulation really helps me understand the entire process, while making it much easier to remember. It would be so beneficial if St. Mary’s Center for Education could obtain more simulators to offer us even more opportunity for hands-on learning.” - Rejeanne Burton DuVall