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About the Course

The Annual Miracle Tournament is held at the historic NCR Country Club located in beautiful Southwest Ohio. This historic course dates back to the early 20th century, and has become a well-known, championship caliber course.

NCR Country Club

NCR Country Club is a unique facility, located in Southwest Ohio, that can proudly boast of having two Dick Wilson signature golf courses. The famed architect is credited with such historic designs as Bay Hill, Cog Hill, Doral, and Laurel Valley to name just a few. The South Course, a par 71 covering 7,055 yards of wooded, rolling terrain, has long been considered a championship caliber golf course. The South Course has been the venue for many recognizable national events. It was the site of the 1969 PGA Championship, the 1986 U.S. Women's Open, the 1998 U.S. Mid Amateur, the 2005 U.S. Senior Open, the 2013 USGA Women’s State Team Championship, and most recently the 2022 U.S. Senior Women's Open. In contrast, the North Course is a prairie style, links type golf course with a par of 70 covering a total of 6,828 yards. The North Course is a perfect complement to the South Course, offering a welcomed change of pace while still offering a stern test of golf for golfers of any ability level.

Directions to NCR Country Club

NCR Country Club 4435 Dogwood Trail Kettering, OH 45429

4435 Dogwood Trail
Kettering, OH 45429

From South Bound I-75

  • Exit 50B - Springboro Road - State Route 741
  • Turn LEFT at light
  • Proceed 1.7 miles to Stroop Road and turn LEFT
  • Proceed 1.6 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn RIGHT

From North Bound I-75

  • Exit 47 - Dixie Drive - Moraine, Kettering
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Stroop Road and turn RIGHT
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn RIGHT

From South Bound I-675

  • Exit 4 - State Route 48 - Far Hills Avenue
  • Turn RIGHT on Far Hills
  • Proceed 2.9 miles to Stroop Road and turn LEFT
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn LEFT

From Downtown Dayton

  • Take Main Street (Far Hills Avenue) south
  • Proceed to Stroop Road in Kettering and turn RIGHT
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn LEFT (or take I-75 south - see above directions)

2024 Champion Children

Age 6
Age 6

Treated at Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston, MA.

The joy of Kennedy’s birth changed to fear when she stopped feeding and her oxygen levels dropped. After six weeks with no answers at a local hospital, Kennedy’s parents drove 90 minutes to Boston Children’s Hospital, where extensive testing revealed Kennedy had a rare condition where her weak trachea could collapse to block the airway, making it hard to breathe. Her doctor explained that Kennedy needed a tracheotomy to keep her airway stable. After 136 days at Boston Children’s, nine-month-old Kennedy was able to go home. The care team helped the family understand how to access benefits for children with complex medical needs, including the care of an at-home nurse. Six years later, Kennedy visits Boston Children’s for check-ups and is making great progress, working toward being able to walk on her own. Kennedy is a proud big sister and loves music and seeing her friends at school.

Donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals supported Kennedy over her 136 days of care with Child Life Specialists, music therapy, and visits from therapy dogs.

Age 9
Age 9

Treated at CHRISTUS Children’s in San Antonio, TX.

Drew was a happy, healthy two-year-old who had never been ill. He never even had an earache before he was diagnosed with pneumonia and admitted into the H-E-B Emergency Department at CHRISTUS Children’s after a very high fever. When pneumonia didn’t improve, he was transferred to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and underwent surgery to clear out his lungs, followed by a blood transfusion the next day. Drew’s vitals dropped extremely low, causing him to go into cardiac arrest. After his second surgery, he was able come off the ventilator, but then his anaphylactic allergic reaction to antibiotics caused another setback. His mother says “the PICU team will always have a special place in our hearts. They gave us the greatest gift: Drew’s life.” Today, Drew has fully recovered. He is a fun-loving, sweet nine-year-old that loves Marvel and LEGOS. He stays busy on the weekends playing football, baseball, and basketball.

Thanks to the support of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Drew benefited from a brand new PICU ventilator to support his complex care and Child Life services for his family.

Age 16
Age 16

Treated at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, TX.

Less than two weeks after Molly started experiencing numbness in her face, she was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a type of cancer that forms in bone or soft tissue. Molly underwent brain surgery to remove the tumor and has recently finished chemotherapy. Molly’s dad said that while he could never have imagined hearing the word cancer, he finds comfort in knowing how much the hospital staff cares for his daughter. “Cook Children’s is a big part of this new life that we have to live while we get through this season,” he said. “It’s not just us fighting this fight. While the journey hasn’t been easy, Molly has worked to express any fears and concerns with the support of Child Life specialists.”

Donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals helps families like Molly’s with support during her hospital stays and preparation for care at home.

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