Memorial Hospital Open Golf Tournament

Thursday, July 18, 2019
New Location!
North Conway Country Club

Become a 2019 Sponsor! Download a sponsorship form here. Or register now for your sponsorship online here.

For over 38 years, the Memorial Hospital Open Golf Tournament has rewarded participants, the hospital and the community by raising funds for needed equipment and community programs offered by Memorial, a not-for-profit 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in North Conway, N.H.

The first tournament was created in 1980 by the late Lee Harmon (1929-1995), then of the Jack Frost Shop, and former Christmas Farm Inn co-owner and future U.S. Rep. Bill Zeliff, 79, now of Jackson, Florida, and Washington, D.C., who served in Congress representing the First District from 1991-1997.

In 2019, the tournament will provide resources for behavioral health patients in our Emergency Department.

Due to the increasing number of behavioral health patients seeking treatment in our Emergency Department (ED), we have an immediate need to expand the number of beds. The ED is always the point of entry for those in crisis seeking psychiatric care. Our mission is to provide the highest level of care for all patients who enter the ED, whether they are in need of medical care or in a psychiatric crisis.

Due to the lack of available space in psychiatric hospitals, patients in our ED can wait for days or weeks for a bed. This situation also delays care for other community members seeking urgent treatment in the ED.

The proceeds of this year’s tournament will be the beginning of a community-based effort to support the needs of this vulnerable population.

Thank You to Our 2018 Sponsors!

Presenting Sponsor

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Grazing on the Green Sponsor

Granite Investment Advisors

Major Sponsors

Attitash Mountain Village

Snack Sponsor

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Gift Bag Sponsor


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Golf Ball Sponsor


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Tent Sponsors

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Associate Sponsors

Coca Cola
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White Mountain Oil & Propane Logo

Community Sponsors

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Cormack Construction Management, Inc.
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John and Ann Wilcox

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Product Sponsors

Amoskeag Beverages
Bank of New Hampshire
DQ Grill & Chill Restaurant
Eastern Propane
Fryeburg Fair
General Linen Service
Helms & Company
Lupine Pet
Mt. Washington Auto Road / Great Glen Trails
Northway Bank
Ray Realty, Keller Williams Lakes & Mountains
Varsity Beverage Company

Tee Sponsors

Alpine Title Services, Inc.
Cooper Cargill Chant P.A.
Crowell's Towing & Repair, Inc.
DebitOne Bookkeeping
Discover Guides White Mountains
E. G. Chandler Property Management
Frechette Tire
Fryeburg Fair
FX Lyons, Inc.
Gemini Sign & Design
General Linen Service
Harvard Pilgrim
HEB Engineers, Inc.
Infinger Insurance Agency Inc
Intervale Lock & Safe
James S. and Karen C. Umberger
Kennett Investment Properties
LA Drew
Lyman Oil & Eastern Propane & Oil
M & M Assurance Group, Inc.
Mark and Corinne Ray, Keller Williams Lakes & Mountains
Mary and Peter Thomas
Mary and Roland Vigeant
Memorial Hospital Emergency Department
MHP Asset Management
Milford Flooring, Inc.
Minuteman Press
Mountain Center Physical Therapy
Munro Automotive Services / Midas
Navix Diagnostix, Inc.
Nester's Kitchen and Bath, LLC
Northeast Credit Union
Pete's Restaurant Equipment
Pinkham Real Estate
Red Parka Pub
Red Jacket Mountain View Resort
Redstone Auto Sales & Service, LLC
Rockworth Investment Services, LLC
Rotary Club of North Conway
Ted and Holly Sares
The Country Picker Moving and Storage
Tuckerman's Restaurant & Tavern
Valley Auto / Penske / Hertz
Valley Personal Training
Vito Marcello's Italian Bistro
White Mountain Puzzles
White Mountain Survey & Engineering


Since 1980, the Memorial Hospital Golf Open has raised nearly $800,000 to support and enhance patient care.

The funds have been used for the following capital improvements:

  • 1980: Operating Ophthalmic Microscope;
  • 1981: Arthroscope and neonatal monitor;
  • 1982: Life Pak Defibrillator; Delivery Room warmer; PT Ultrasound machine;
  • 1983: Anesthesia machine;
  • 1984: Video camera with receiver/monitor for arthroscopic surgery;
  • 1985: Endoscope for surgery;
  • 1986: Birthing bed for Family Birthing Center;
  • 1987: Mammography unit for Radiology/Imaging Department;
  • 1988: Five electric hospital beds;
  • 1989: Cybex Orthotron, knee rehabilitation unit for PT;
  • 1990: Anesthesia equipment for Operating Room;
  • 1991: Fetal monitor for Family Birthing Center;
  • 1992: Oral surgery instrumentation for Day Surgery Center; $1,000 donation to Brian Kelley Fund;
  • 1993: Power injector for the Radiology/Imaging Department;
  • 1994: External fixator set for emergency transport of trauma patients;
  • 1995: Design and development of DeMark Fitness Trail;
  • 1996: Cardiac critical care monitoring system for ICU;
  • 1997: New Operating Room equipment for cataract surgeries;
  • 1998: Trauma stretcher for Emergency Room; defibrillation unit for ICU; Treadmill for Physical Therapy; Fetal Monitor Telemetry;
  • 1999: Equipment and furnishings for new Chemotherapy Center;
  • 2000: Equipment and furnishings for new Cardiac Rehabilitation area;
  • 2001: Microscope for use in eye surgeries;
  • 2002: Fetal monitor and newborn hearing screening device;
  • 2003: Patient vital signs monitor for Oncology/Chemotherapy; Snoezelen, a therapeutic long-term care device for Merriman House;
  • 2004: Imaging viewing stations for Radiology Department;
  • 2005: Trauma stretcher  for the Emergency Room; Hemodynamic monitor for the Operating Room and parallel bars for Physical Therapy;
  • 2006: Surgical instrumentation for the Operating Room and eight patient chemotherapy chairs for Oncology;
  • 2007: Portable Ultrasound unit;
  • 2008: Portable fetal monitor, allowing mothers in labor to move around freely;
  • 2009: Surgical instrumentation for eye surgeries;
  • 2010: Portable Ultra-Sound machine for bedside use;
  • 2012: Carbon monoxide monitors for area emergency first responders;
  • 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017: Childhood Health and Wellness Program; and
  • 2018: Health for a Lifetime Programs.