Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends.
Sean Patrick Sullivan, Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy, gave his life for his country on July 19, 2012 when his helicopter crashed in Oman during a heavy lift operation. His love for his country was surpassed only by his love for his family. He was known as Sully to his friends and was as Irish as the Blarney Stone. His hugs were legendary and frequent. Sean possessed a quiet strength and was kind and generous with a wicked sense of humor.
Sean’s personal awards include the Air Medal (Strike Flight) (3 Awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3 Awards), Army Achievement Medal, Pistol Expert, Rifle Expert, and numerous campaign and unit awards. His squadron won the Aviation Battle Efficiency Award for it’s performance in 2011. Sean was named Naval Helicopter Association’s Aircrewman of the Year in 2006.
In 5 years we have raised almost $90,000 to support the efforts of The Mission Continues.
The Mission Continues will be our supporting cause again in 2018!
The tournament is an incredible place to have fun and raise money in the name of our Son, Husband, Brother, Uncle and Friend. The stories and memories are the greatest part of the event.
On top of opportunities to win, prizes, silent auction items and an ammo box of booze. Every golfer goes home with a t-shirt, bracelet, coozie and secret golfer gift.
We offer a flighted tournament which means every skill level has a shot at winning something. There are prizes for each flight, silent auction, raffle and an ammo box full of booze!
Inluded in your entry fee is Breakfast and Lunch. Lunch is provided by Pappys Smokehouse, who was named Food Networks Best Ribs in America!
The new website will allow you to sign up for the tournament just like last year.
In the meantime if you have any questions or concerns, reach out!
If you have any questions, suggestions or comments we are here to help!
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