2018 Craig Hospital Golf Tournament presented by RE/MAX, LLC
7549 DANIELS PARK ROAD
SEDALIA, COLORADO 80135
Join us for a day on the links at the exclusive Sanctuary Golf Course to raise money for the Craig Foundation's funds that assist Craig patients and programs. A portion of the proceeds will also benefit Operation TBI Freedom, a program of Craig Hospital for Veterans with traumatic brain injuries. Now in its 21st year, the event has raised more than $3.1 million dollars.
Sponsorship, Foursomes and Individual Player Spots
The success of the Tournament depends on our sponsors and supporters. Review the various sponsorship levels to learn how you can support this event. Sponsorships, foursomes and individual tickets can be purchased online or checks may be mailed to the Craig Foundation, Attention Caroline Craven, 3425 S. Clarkson St., Englewood, CO 80113.
Format of Play and Prizes
Modified Scramble. Each player will tee off, select the best tee shot and play individual balls from that spot.
- Closest to the Pin on hole #5 ($100 Pro Shop Certificate)
- Men's Longest Drive on hole #18 ($100 Pro Shop Certificate)
- Women's Longest Drive on hole #2 ($100 Pro Shop Certificate)
- Team Low Net and Team Low Gross ($50 Pro Shop Certificate per member)
- Hole in Two Competition on hole #11($5000 Trip for Two to Pebble Beach)
- Helicopter Ball Drop (Foursome at Sanctuary)
NEW!! Hole in Two Competition
Look for Josh Cassaday, a professional long driver, on hole 11. Josh will drive the ball for every foursome. Want to try your luck? For $50/person, or $200/foursome, you will have the opportunity to win a three-day trip to Pebble Beach in Monterey, CA. Josh will drive the ball 400+ yards, can you finish it? Hole out from his drive - make a Double Eagle, Albatross or HI2 - you will win a $5000 trip for two.
NEW!! Helicopter Ball Drop
With a suggested donation of $50 o $250 to benefit Operation TBI Freedom, you will receive five numbered golf balls. The balls will be dropped from a helicopter over Sanctuary's driving range. The ball landing in, or closest to, the designated hole wins a Foursome at Sanctuary. The purchase of golf balls also enters participants in a drawing to win a tour of Sanctuary via helicopter immediately following the drop. Winner will be driven by golf cart to meet up with his/her foursome after the conclusion of the helicopter tour.
- $50 Suggested Donation:
- 5 balls dropped from the helicopter
- 1 ticket entered for the opportunity to drop the balls from the helicopter and take a quick flight over Sanctuary
- $250 Suggested Donation:
- 30 balls dropped from the helicopter
- 5 tickets entered for the opportunity to drop the balls from the helicopter and take a quick flight over Sanctuary
9:30 a.m. Player registration opens. Practice facilities available.
10:00 a.m. Lunch service begins
11:00 a.m. All participants gather in the pavilion for a brief program
11:25 a.m. Helicopter ball drop
11:30 a.m. Shotgun start
5:00 p.m. Cocktails, dinner and awards reception
7:00 p.m. Adjourn
Sanctuary was created as a place of refuge, preservation and nourishment. Not just for wildlife, flora and fauna – but for service organizations committed to developing unique relationships with those who support their efforts to improve our community.
Sanctuary was conceived as a golf experience that would gracefully balance exclusivity with accessibility. Play is limited not by membership, but by linking tournaments and other events to the support of charitable organizations devoted to the arts, children, health care, and crisis management.
The vision of RE/MAX, LLC Co-Founder Dave Liniger, Sanctuary is a resource like no other. The golf course has been carefully placed into a fragile and beautiful ecosystem – guided by a commitment to stewardship that focuses not just on habitat protection, but on good citizenship as well.
The philosophy of stewardship, which created Sanctuary, has enabled it to nurture some of our community’s most valued non-profit organizations. Success of the concept has exceeded all expectations. To date more than 464 charity events have netted more than $96 million dollars to directly benefit the many constituents they serve. Learn more about the course.
Directions to Sanctuary
Please Note: Daniel's Park Road is currently under construction.
If traveling to Sanctuary from I25 or Highway 85 (Santa Fe), you will notice a ROAD CLOSED sign - please bypass this sign and continue on to Sanctuary as usual.
If traveling to Sanctuary from Highlands Ranch via Grig's Road, please follow detour signs to Castle Pines Parkway and then bypass the ROAD CLOSED Sign .