OHF's Red Jacket Challenge
The history of the Red Jacket Challenge
Since 1994, OHF has been committed to providing the best golfing experience to Oklahoma's generous sponsors. The Red Jacket Challenges is a key fundraising event that provides OHF funding to continue the mission of education, advocacy and service to the bleeding disorder community.
Why the Red Jackets?
The Red Jacket symbolizes overcoming the challenges of bleeding disorders and continued advocacy efforts here in Oklahoma. Through donning the Red Jacket at the annual Golf Classic, volunteers share the burden of overcoming bleeding disorder challenges and advocating for the bleeding disorder community.
Finally, each year, the OHF community remembers John Reed and Mike Morse, who for years supported the Red Jacket Challenge as well as OHF's mission.
Venue: Cedar Ridge Country Club, Established in 1969
Where: 10302 S Garnett Rd, Broken Arrow, OK 74011
Additional venue information here.
Date: Monday, October 8th, 2018
11:00 a.m. Registration, Driving Range, Lunch
1:00 p.m. Shotgun start
19th Hole: Dinner, Prizes, and Awards
- Tournament to be played as a 4-man shamble
- Singles will be paired by the tournament committee
- Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and last place teams
In addition, individual hole prizes will be awarded for:
- Hole-in-One ( For a chance to win a car! )
- Longest Drive
- Closest to the Pin (all par 3’s)