2023 Myron Cope-Foge Fazio Memorial Golf Outing For Autism!
There is still time to join us at our annual golf invitational on
Monday June 12, 2023 @
Montour Heights Country Club
We have Foursomes, Twosomes, Individual, & Multiple Sponsorships still available. Every participant will be entitled to Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour, and more!
Download our Registration form; once filled out please send form & payment to the address listed:
Want to join us but not interested in golfing? Please sign-up to help out as a volunteer for the day!
2017 Myron Cope/Foge Fazio Memorial Golf Invitational for Autism
36th Annual Charity Golf Event to Honor Myron Cope and Foge Fazio’s Autism Legacies
This year’s Myron Cope-Foge Fazio Memorial Golf Invitational for Autism fundraiser at Montour Heights Country Club on June 12th will again honor the two broadcast and coaching legends “and what their remarkable lives have meant to those children and families in our region struggling with autism”, event host Bill Hillgrove announced. “Myron and Foge are gone from us, but this event remains their living legacy” he said.
Joe DiNardo giving the day’s forecast, and Bill Hillgrove standing by.
Now in its 37th year, it is the longest standing charity golf event in the state. Since 1981, over $1.6 million has been raised to support educational, information and referral services of Autism-Pittsburgh. Last year’s event alone raised over $56,000. “And every cent raised stays right here in our region,” said Gordon Oliver, Moon Township businessman who chairs the event committee.
“Well-known area sports figures play with each sponsor foursome,” he said. “And this year the response has been better than ever.”
Oliver stated that over the years, just about every local sports figure, writer, broadcaster and team coach has attended the event, from Chuck Noll to Bill Cowher plus many Steelers and Pirates in between, including Lynn Swann, Franco Harris, Dan Marino, L. C. Greenwood, Mel Blount, Jack Ham, Tunch Ilkin, Jerome Bettis, Andy Russell, Chuck Tanner, Eddie Johnson, Mike Wagner and Rocky Bleier.
Taking a swing…
Checking the break