When: Saturday, August 12th, 2017

Where: East Mountain Country Club

registration - 11:30am, Lunch - 12pm (noon), Shotgun - 1pm

Cost: $105 per person

Includes: 18 holes, golf cart, lunch, dinner

DINNER TIME: 6PM


To register for golf, please click HERE


To register for Dinner only (no golf), please click HERE


If you would like to make a monetary donation or donate a raffle prize for the event, please send an email to mightymaxheart@gmail.com

In the email, please include the following:

  • Subject Line: Make a Monetary Donation  OR
  • Subject Line: Donate Prize for Raffle
  • ​The name of the person or business donating money or prize
  • Best email address to reach you at
  • ​Best phone number to reach you at
  • Brief description of prize you plan on donating

5th ANNUAL MIGHTY MAX GOLF TOURNAMENT/DINNER

 MIGHTY MAX HEART FOUNDATION

Quick Registration

Enter Name of Team Captain

Enter the names of the golfers in your group including t-shirt sizes.  List any other notes in this section.

The Mighty Max Johnson Heart Foundation is a volunteer organization created and organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, and carries on activities in furtherance of such purposes.  All donations to the Mighty Max Heart Foundation are tax deductible.

Email Address of Team Captain

Put Register a Golf Team

With the money generated from this event, we intend to support the Child Life team through the purchase of new toys & games for children of different ages and abilities. We would also like to provide financial assistance for families that are inpatient for extended periods of time. This can be done through the purchase of gift cards to local restaurants and general visa/master gift cards to help alleviate the financial burden of the expenses incurred while dealing with a sick child.

Please Note: All of the net proceeds from this year's event will go to the Mighty Max Heart Foundation.

While Max was inpatient at Boston Children's Hospital, the Child Life team was a tremendous resource, providing a level of normalcy for Max through the use of toys, movies, books, blocks, video games, arts & crafts, tricycles, etc... In addition, Max was routinely subjected to blood draws and other procedures in which temporary distractions were critical. The Child Life team consistently provided these distractions in the form of creative IPAD applications, bubbles and Spider Man stickers. Each year, these resources need to be replenished in order to serve a similar purpose in the lives of many sick children.