2021 Annual Golf Outing

12th Annual ONSF Golf Outing 

On Monday, June 7h, 2021 ONSF, in conjunction with Greenwich Hospital, held its 12h Annual Golf Outing at The Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Connecticut. Except for a short rain delay, the weather held up and assigned tee-times contributed to the overall golf experience.  Breakfast, lunch and /or dinner were served on the Terrace while DJ Anthony Radice entertained the diners with background music.

The Virtual Auction was available online for a week following the Outing and successfully met all expectations.  Sensational auction items were offered thanks to generous supporters! From luxurious vacations to a private one-hour hot air balloon ride, from a weekend drive in an Aston-Martin DBX to rounds of golf at the most prestigious clubs, from two one-hour private golf lessons to a private wine tasting for 12, from a gift card to the legendary Cipriani to a top Napa Valley wine package, there was something for everyone.


Michael Clain, MD, Adam Ercoli, Rich Granoff and Vicki Leeds Tananbaum chaired the event and were assisted by Golf Captain Chair, Jeff Mendell and Auction Chair, Amy Sethi.  Volunteers from the Greenwich Hospital Foundation assisted throughout the day.

Main Media Sponsor, Serendipity, through repeated coverage of this event, increased participation. In addition, Media Sponsor WAG Magazine promoted the Outing.

Major sponsors included Susan and Robert Klein, Greentree Toyota Danbury, NICE, The McEntire Family, Cynthia and Richard Koppelman, Miller Motorcars, First Republic Bank, The Gibbons Family Foundation, Morgan, Lewis and Bockius and many other generous businesses and individuals.

Proceeds from this outstanding golf experience benefit ONSF research and education programs all of which substantially improve patient treatment and care while enhancing healthy, active living.



Over $310,000 was raised.


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