Join us to support children and adult victims of sexual assault and abuse by advancing a nurse examiner program and help children develop healthy brains in their first five years of life with Reach Out and Reach.
Dress up or dress down.
Play golf and play around.
Be carefree! Be silly! Be loud!
Be involved. Be generous. Be proud.
Many prizes will be awarded for:
(included with golf registration) 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Teams of 4 will be accepted in the order in which they are received. Space is limited. Payment is required to complete registration. Late entries will be accepted on availability. Please notify the Aspirus Health Foundation of any team member changes.
All player names must be submitted by Friday, July 15th to be included in the Golf Classic magazine. Contact the Aspirus Health Foundation at email@example.com or call 715.847.2470
Play format is a best ball scramble with a shotgun start. Golf events are open to women only. Mulligans and string will be available to purchase at registration. Metal spikes are prohibited.
Click on the years below to see what initiatives previous Aspirus Women’s Golf Classics have supported:
In 2015, more than $86,400 was raised to support both community-based health initiatives and Reach Out and Read. Reach Out and Read builds on the unique and powerful relationship between children, parents, and medical providers in the clinic setting during a critical window of time for brain growth that does not occur at any other time in a child’s life.
The 8th Annual Women’s Golf Classic was held Monday, August 4, 2014, at the Wausau Country Club.
More than $69,000 was raised in 2014 to support childhood development through a program called “Reach Out and Read.”
Read Out and Read is an evidence-based program designed to help children develop healthy brains in their first five years of life through a novel, interactive, and fun approach using books. Reach Out and Read builds on the unique and powerful relationship between children, parents, and medical providers in the clinic setting during a critical window of time for brain growth that does not occur at any other time in a child’s life.
The 2013 Aspirus Women’s Golf Classic was a success by all measures. On Aug. 5, 2013, 275 golfers, caddies and volunteers
partnered with Aspirus and nearly 100 Wausau area businesses and community members for a great cause and fun day at the Wausau Country
Club. The event raised $82,500 to benefit Aspirus Women’s Health, and specifically to purchase a NICView webcam system for the Anya Marie Jackson Newborn ICU.
The camera system promotes family bonding by providing parents real-time viewing of their infant in the Newborn ICU or Pediatric
Unit. This is done through a secure video stream over the web that parents can use to see their baby.
In 2012, $84,000 was raised through the Aspirus Women’s Golf Classic to create a unique wellness program tailored to each
woman’s needs around nutrition and lifestyle choices.
The 2011 event raised nearly $81,000 to help create a 10-bed Women's Care Unit at Aspirus Wausau Hospital dedicated to:
The 2010 event event raised $78,500 to support the development of a comprehensive women's heart health program, which
Education to help women recognize, act and reduce their risk for heart disease.
Gender-specific care management.
Research opportunities to further the emerging science of women's heart health.
Funds were used to create a Traumatic Event Room in the Aspirus Wausau Hospital Emergency Department. The room isolates patients
experiencing traumatic events like miscarriage or sexual assault from the noise and commotion of a busy emergency department and places
them in a private, calming environment. Proceeds also were used to help purchase special medical equipment designed specifically for the
unique treatment and evaluation of these patients.
Funds from the event were uses to purchase two special giraffe beds for the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. The beds have provided more than 50 critically ill and premature
newborns with the specialized care they needed to obtain maximum health.
Proceeds from the event equipped the Aspirus Women’s Health Mobile Imaging Unit, which as since provided more than 1,500
mammograms and many other vital imaging tests.