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33rd Annual Miracle Tournament and Celebration Dinner

The 33rd Annual Miracle Tournament and Celebration Dinner benefiting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, will take place June 24-25, 2024. We look forward to welcoming everyone to the NCR Country Club in Kettering, Ohio for the tournament and the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio for the Celebration Dinner*. Last year, more than 600 suppliers, vendors and business partners participated in the tournament or attended the Celebration Dinner*, interacting with Champion Children and their families. Thanks to their generous support, we were able to raise nearly $3 million for children’s hospitals across the United States.

*Celebration Dinner is by invitation only and reserved for Event Sponsors.

Join us June 24-25, 2024!

2023 Miracle Tournament Monday, June 26, 2023 Results

  • 1st Place
    Quinn O’Hara, Barry Godown, Brad Stevens, Matt Berberich
  • 2nd Place
    Michael Lohr, Paul Kirkman, Scott Slocum, Nikki Boyers
  • 3rd Place
    Robert Rivera, Amy Werth, Scott Jackson, Jesus Delgado-Jenkins

Closest to the Pin #2 South:

  • 1st Place
    Jim Ross

Closest to the Pin #3 North:

  • 1st Place
    Dave Johnson

Longest Drive #10 South:

  • 1st Place
    Mike Pothast

Longest Drive #18 North:

  • 1st Place
    Ryan Schumacher

Longest Putt #18 South:

  • 1st Place
    Ken Hathaway

Longest Putt #15 North:

  • 1st Place
    Quinn O’Hara

Chip-to-Split #8 South:

  • 1st Place
    Ryan Schumacher
  • 2nd Place
    Mike Larick
  • * Ryan Schumacher donated the $2,500 prize back to the foundation.

Chip-to-Split #9 North:

  • 1st Place
    Travis Reynolds
  • 2nd Place
    Brian Profitt

Ball Drop:

  • 1st Place
    Lara Gallistel

2023 Miracle Tournament Tuesday, June 27, 2023 AM Results

  • 1st Place
    Chad Matthew, John Frost, Cara Keating, Joe DePinto
  • 2nd Place
    Randy Calvert, Brady Pendergast, Jeff Borneman, Rick Sams
  • 3rd Place
    Eric Bandar, Ben Harness, Jeanne Swisher, Stan Reynolds

Closest to the Pin #2 South:

  • 1st Place
    Matt Tomlinson

Closest to the Pin #3 North:

  • 1st Place
    Chris Delaney

Longest Drive #10 South:

  • 1st Place
    Jordan Nicgorski

Longest Drive #18 North:

  • 1st Place
    Kevin Rennie

Longest Putt #18 South:

  • 1st Place
    Erin Ortuzar

Longest Putt #15 North:

  • 1st Place
    Jack Claiborne

Chip-to-Split #8 South:

  • 1st Place
    Tom Wengerter

Chip-to-Split #9 North:

  • 1st Place
    John Crerand

2023 Miracle Tournament Tuesday, June 27, 2023 PM Results

  • 1st Place
    Dean Roudi, Nick Jones, Darren Summer, Randy DuRoss
  • 2nd Place
    John Evans, Naeem Kham, Nick Bhular, Dav Singh
  • 3rd Place
    Ben Boyd, David Petrino, Clint Reed, Denny Woodard

Closest to the Pin #2 South:

  • 1st Place
    Eduardo Dutriz

Closest to the Pin #3 North:

  • 1st Place
    Jared Hardwick

Longest Drive #10 South:

  • 1st Place
    Randy DuRoss

Longest Drive #18 North:

  • 1st Place
    Jason Tomlinson

Longest Putt #18 South:

  • 1st Place
    N/A

Longest Putt #15 North:

  • 1st Place
    John Shannon

Chip-to-Split #8 South:

  • 1st Place
    Jack Leopard

Chip-to-Split #9 North:

  • 1st Place
    Nick Bhullar *Winner*
  • * Nick Bhullar donated the $2,500 prize back to the foundation and added another $5,000.

Ball Drop:

  • 1st Place
    Miracle Kid – Emmy Cole

2024 Champion Children

Nathaniel
Age 10
Nathaniel
Age 10

Treated at UF Health Jacksonville, Wolfson Children's Hospital in Jacksonville, FL.

While Nathaniel was in utero, several doctors diagnosed him with severe hydrocephalus, heart conditions, and informed his parents he had suffered a stroke. Born at 39 weeks gestation, Nathaniel was the biggest baby in the neonatal intensive care unit. He underwent multiple surgeries over several years and he still faces daily struggles including severe eating, colon, sight, and speech issues. Nathaniel also has cerebral palsy, mitochondria syndrome, and tick disorder. Even with his challenges, Nathaniel remains positive. Today, Nathaniel is ten years old and loves LEGOs and traveling to see family in Germany.

Donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has helped provide many resources like a special shunt for Nathaniel that makes his daily life easier to manage.

Myla
Age 9
Myla
Age 9

Treated at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Toledo, OH.

Two weeks before Myla’s sixth birthday she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Myla’s diagnoses came during the COVID-19 pandemic, therefore, Myla’s dad had to wait out in the van while they remained in the emergency room. It was through a video call that he heard the words “your child has cancer.” Myla initially spent ten days in the hospital where she had surgery to have her port placed, receive her first few rounds of chemotherapy, and many blood transfusions. After her release from the hospital, Myla began experiencing severe neuropathy. She had difficulty walking, using her hands, and her vocal cords were becoming paralyzed. Myla tested positive for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT). Two weeks later, she was sent home with many mobility and occupational therapy devices to help her regain her independence.

Today, Myla is nine and has returned to things she loved to do before her diagnosis- like riding a bike, doing ballet, and going to school. Myla keeps a smile on her face and takes things one day at a time!

Thanks to donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Myla had access to the therapies, specialists, and equipment that helped her overcome leukemia and get back to all her favorite activities.

Porter
Age 12
Porter
Age 12

Treated at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA.

Porter was born with Down syndrome at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), where the care team helped his family understand the medical, cognitive, and social complexities to ensure he could have the best quality of life. From the beginning, specialists provided education through their Trisomy 21 Symposiums, which helped Porter’s family build a support network of other families going through similar experiences. During the medical procedures and hospitalizations for respiratory illnesses, Porter’s family was grateful for the opportunity to participate in a few clinical trials through CHOP, helping to build a body of research that will pave a positive future for other individuals with intellectual disabilities. “Porter is thriving today because we’ve got a team that sees him as a person with a bright future,” his mom says, adding that “the team at CHOP has always been by our side.” Now 12 years old, Porter plays drums in the school band. He loves horseback riding, baseball, Tae Kwon Do, and Special Olympics swimming.

Thanks to the support of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Porter and his family received incredible care and support, including music and art therapy.

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