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Registration open for 12th Annual Art Hardy Memorial Golf Tournament

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Each year, the Augusta University Department of Respiratory Therapy honors Art Hardy, RRT, class of 1991, with the Art Hardy Memorial Golf Tournament. The tournament is a morning of golf and fun in memory of Art Hardy, who lost his life in a plane crash while transporting a critically ill infant, and all proceeds benefit Augusta University Respiratory Therapy Student Scholarships.

Join students, faculty and staff of the Respiratory Program at Augusta University on Friday, Apr. 27, as they celebrate their 12th Annual Art Hardy Memorial Golf Tournament.

Registration is at 8 a.m. and the event will take place at Forest Hills Golf Course, with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

For $100, you can partake in the Captain’s Choice format golf tournament with lunch included. There are five ways to register, so you have plenty of opportunities to join the fun.

Email: amazzoli@augusta.edu
Phone: 706-721-2939
In Person: Day of Tournament
Online: Visit giving.augusta.edu/arthardy
Mail: Be sure to include your name, address, phone number, email and the names of the golfers on your team.

Augusta University
1120 15th St.
EC-4318
Augusta, GA 30912

For more information, email Dr. Andrew Mazzoli or call (706)721-2939.

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