Pro Am Golf Tournament

Annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament blends golfing and giving

Every year, the Tri Valley Health System Foundation sponsors a tournament for amateurs and professionals at Cross Creek Golf Links in Cambridge. Constructed along Medicine Creek, which joins the Republican River just south of town, Cross Creek is the longest public course in the state at 7,205 yards. This beautiful course has a variety of teeing areas, wide fairways, and large greens for golfers of all ages and abilities. The tournament is a great way to help Tri Valley Health System provide top medical care while enjoying a day of golf with friends, neighbors and professional participants.

It’s not too early to sign up. The Tri Valley Medical Foundation's 24th Annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament takes place Monday, September 11th. To reserve a spot, use the online form below or contact Barb Langley at the Tri Valley Medical Foundation office, 308-697-1176 or

Please click here if you would like to pay your registration fees online.
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