Hit 'Em for Hemophilia Charity Golf Tournament
After registering, contact Sarah Weikert or Ashley Stocks at (770)518-8272 to complete payment.
Hit 'Em for Hemophilia: Tee Up for a Cure
It's time to tee up again. Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 22, for the 37th annual Hit ‘Em for Hemophilia Golf Tournament.
Recognized as one of the premier charity golf outings in the country, Hemophilia of Georgia’s annual tournament welcomes hundreds of golfers to The Golf Club of Georgia in Alpharetta.
The event has garnered support from corporate, individual and celebrity donors, raising millions of dollars. Net proceeds from the event fund bleeding disorder research for a cure. Ongoing research has significantly improved treatments and brings us closer to a cure every day.
At last year's tournament, held for the second consecutive year at The Golf Club of Georgia, golfers enjoyed a round of golf on the Lakeside and Creekside courses. In partnership with the Atlanta Braves, Hemophilia of Georgia raised more than $150,000 to benefit bleeding disorder research for a cure.
Playing with The Atlanta Braves
Golfers not only enjoy food and beverages from local vendors throughout the day but, as part of our partnership with the Atlanta Braves, they also get to golf and network with some of our sponsors and sports celebrities. The who’s who of past players include Andruw Jones, Brian Snitker and Bobby Cox.
Their support has been an integral aspect of the tournament and helps us spread awareness about bleeding disorders.
After the tournament, players and sponsors will be treated to a casual reception featuring silent and live auctions. At previous tournaments, auction items included exclusive Atlanta Braves memorabilia, autographed celebrity items, art, jewelry and travel packages.
Corporate giving provides vital funding for research and offers an opportunity for corporations to be involved with a community in need. Until we can find a cure, inherited bleeding disorders require a lifetime of costly treatments. Your sponsorship dollars will fund research that helps those with inherited bleeding disorders live fuller and more productive lives.
Contact us at 770-518-8272 to find out more about corporate sponsorship.
We also want to thank the corporate sponsors who have already signed up for the 2019 event.