Golf Tournament

Paul Molitor & Kent Hrbek thank Fargo community for continuing Roger Maris’ legacy

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Minnesota sports stars thank the Maris family for all they do for cancer research and meet with those golfing in the Roger Maris All-Star Week Celebrity Golf Tournament. Seven-time All-Star and former Twins Manager Paul Molitor and two-time Twins World Series champion Kent Hrbek went around Fargo’s Rose Creek Golf Course taking pictures with golfers. The…

Moorhead Fire Hosts Golf Tournament for The Salvation Army

23 teams of four registered to play at the tournament

MOORHEAD– The Moorhead Fire Department hosted its 21st annual golf tournament for a special cause. Money made from the event went directly to The Salvation Army. 23 teams of four registered to play at the tournament. Moorhead Firefighter, Adam Puetz, says it’s very rewarding to see how much money can be raised. “They’ve helped us out a lot,” Moorhead Firefighter…

Sanford Children’s Hospital Gets A Big Check After Golf Tournament

Re/Max Legacy Realty and Designer Homes raised $31,500

REMAX-2 REMAX-3 REMAX-4 REMAX-5 FARGO, N.D. — Re/Max Legacy Realty and Designer Homes presented another big check to Sanford. They raised $31,500 for Sanford Children’s Hospital. The money is from the organization’s Third Annual Children’s Miracle Network Golf Tournament that was held in July. In the past three years, over $80,000 has been raised by this golf tournament. The funds…

Mapleton Golf Tournament to Raise Money for Local Boy Fighting Cancer

Proceeds from the Fourth Annual Lynx For Lynx Golf Tournament will benefit Cullen Oothoudt's battle with cancer

MAPLETON, N.D. — Forty teams will battle it out on the golf course to help a local boy with cancer. Lynx Logistics and Lynx Xpress are putting on the Fourth Annual Lynx Links for Cancer on August 18 at Maple River Golf Club in Mapleton. This year, the proceeds go to help four-year-old Cullen Oothoudt, who has been battling a…

Celebrities Compete in 34th Annual Roger Maris Golf Tournament

NDSU football coach Chris Klieman is among those who teed off

Bison football coach Chris Klieman and members of Roger Maris’ family were among those who teed off Monday morning in the 34th annual Tournament. In its 34 years, the Tournament has given nearly $2 million to Hospice of the Red River Valley, the Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center in Fargo as well as Fargo-Shanley High School, Maris’ alma mater. Klieman said it was an honor…