We know this past year, COVID-19 has made life very uncertain for many. Ironically, for people with CF, this uncertain lifestyle is nothing new. The fear of a germ that could cost precious lung function or even your life is all too familiar for people who battle cystic fibrosis. Please know that the CF Foundation cares deeply for the well-being of its community and its commitment to its mission is unwavering. We plan to conduct our Bruce Baskin Golf Classic this year, but understand with all the uncertainty still around us, if for some reason you cannot join us this year. Please know, extraordinary measures will occur to keep you and your guests safe.
The Bruce Baskin Golf Classic is the longest-standing event for the Northern Ohio Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as well as Firestone Country Club. This year’s event returns to the renowned club on Monday, July 26, 2021.
Now celebrating our 48th year at Firestone Country Club, this golf event was renamed in 2006 to bear Bruce’s name, an inspiring man who had a profound impact on the tournament and CF Foundation for more than 17 years.
The day at Firestone includes a boxed lunch; time at the driving range; a golfer gift; 18-holes of golf with a cart; beverages and snacks throughout the day; and boxed dinner. Golfers play their own ball and are scored on the Callaway system.
Please register for the Baskin Golf Classic on this site or by emailing Ashley Harker, email@example.com or calling the chapter office at 216.901.2873.
For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Samantha Basile Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 216.901.2873.
Golf Classic participants will enjoy –
- Boxed lunch
- Time at the driving range
- Golfer gift
- 18-holes of golf on the North Course with a cart* **
- Beverages and snacks throughout the day
- Boxed dinner
**Golfers play their own ball and are scored on the Callaway system
**A VIP option to play on the South Course is available
*Events may be subject to change at any time, based on health concerns, including concerns based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health officials. In these instances when events are moved to a virtual format, sponsorship benefits may be adjusted to suit the virtual format