Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament

Congrats to the 2021 tournament winning foursome, from left: Tanner Beard, Chief Al Davis, John Urdi and Jason Herbst!

19th Annual Brian Venneman Memorial Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament

Saturday, August 13, 2022

Sierra Star Golf Course, Mammoth Lakes

Help Us Meet Our Goal Of $100K in 2022!

Date: Saturday, August 13

The Course: Sierra Star Golf Course, Mammoth
Lakes. The 18-Hole Championship Course sits at
8’000′ and plays to a par of 70 and features
rolling hills, tree-lined fairways and some of the
most breathtaking views of any course in North

Format: Shotgun start with a scramble format.

All participants receive a signature gift bag,
complimentary continental breakfast, on-course
boxed lunch, and post event BBQ and party!






The Mammoth Hospital Foundation supports Mammoth Hospital’s “patients first” mission. Gifts support top hospital priorities and help to ensure the health and well-being of the residents and guests of the Eastern Sierra.

Mammoth Hospital’s Cancer Outreach Program offers support, resources, and financial assistance to Mono County cancer patients. Although Mammoth Hospital does provide early detection screening and some treatment services such as chemotherapy infusion, specialized care is typically referred to cancer centers outside of the area. Our Cancer Outreach Program assists people who live or work in Mono County by reimbursing them for the cost of gas, meals, and lodging expenses associated with travel to cancer centers.

All proceeds of the Brian Venneman Memorial Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament support the Cancer Outreach Program.


  • Over 200 Patients Received Assistance Since 2015

  • Over $550,000 distributed

  • 2021 event raised $85,000

To learn more about the Mammoth Hospital Foundation or to support our Cancer Outreach Program, contact Gardiner Miller at (760) 924-4128 or Foundation@mammothhospital.com

Mono County Resident, Lina Lambert talks about how Mammoth Hospital’s Cancer Outreach Program helped her and her husband Jim when they needed it most.