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*Everything will take place outdoors*

Registration: 9:30 am

Breakfast Bar:  10 am-11:30 am

Raffle/Auction: 10 am-6:30 pm

Balls Up: 11 am SHARP!

Putting Contest: 11 am-5 pm

Outdoor Barbeque: 3:30 pm & onward

Cocktail Hour: 5 pm

Helicopter Drop: 6 pm

Awards Ceremony: 6:15 pm


Since 2016, our Golf Classic in memory of Mike Gustin has been a huge success. The outpouring of generosity from sponsors, golfers, volunteers, family, doctors and nurses from Tufts Medical Center, heart transplant patients, and many more...has been truly amazing.

We aim to continue that success this year in raising needed funds for the HeartBrothers Foundation to bring resources together for heart failure patients and their loved ones suffering from a life with many challenges


Please email Laurie Sullivan at and she will tell you the promo code to insert at checkout. Checks should be made out to The HeartBrothers Foundation and mailed to Sullivan & Ford PC, ATT: Laurie Sullivan, 170 Water Street #32, Plymouth, MA 02360.


For all options (golfer spots, sponsorships, dinner tickets, golf balls for the helicopter drop, etc.) please use the red REGISTRATION button to initiate the payment/check-out process.


For a full list of all sponsorship opportunities in one easy-to-read PDF, click the red SPONSORSHIP button.


We are seeking donated items for our raffle and auction (golf packages, vacation getaways, sporting events, sports memorabilia, etc.). Please contact Katie Gustin Gerstel if you would like to donate an item at or 781-589-2826.


General donations can also be made in any amount at Every dollar counts. We thank you for your support and generosity.

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Monday August 2nd
9:30 am-7:30 pm
Marshfield Country Club, Moraine Street, Marshfield, MA, USA
515 Moraine St, Marshfield, MA 02050, USA

About Mike
Michael Gustin Passed Away July 23, 2015 the age of 64 years old. Mike battled heart disease since 1996, when he went in for his first heart surgery at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Throughout the years, he had many visits to the hospital, resulting in multiple surgeries, heart attacks, strokes, etc. It wasn’t until September 2014 that he was diagnosed with Heart Failure.

Mike was unable to stay home for more than a week...sometimes mere days. Calling for an ambulance was becoming the “norm” for the Gustins. Heart Failure was now beginning to diminish Mike’s quality of life and he needed to be hospitalized 24/7. Mike could no longer do what he loved tmost. He needed to stay for over two months on the most critically intensive floor--the Cardiomyopathy Center--at Tufts Medical Center. It wasn’t until then that Mike and his family were told he needed a new heart and there would be a lot of steps and challenges before he could be a recipient. During those difficult months, Mike’s family drove to the hospital daily and prayed...hoping for a miracle. Repeatedly they hoped the doctors could fix the problem, as they always did, and their beloved Mike would come home.

It was February 2015 that they were told the devastating news. Mike would not be a candidate for the LVAD and receiving a new heart was no longer a possibility. As devastated as Mike and his family were, they all decided to make Mike’s last wish a reality by bringing him home to be cared for by his family, Dr. Amanda Vest from Tufts MC, and South Shore visiting nurse, Jay Bates. Remarkably, against all odds, Mike stayed home without hospital visitations for almost 5 1/2 months before he passed.

During those difficult months, back-and-forth from the hospital, Mike’s daughter Laurie was blessed to meet Pat Sullivan. Pat, a heart transplant survivor and one of the founders of the HeartBrothers Foundation, met Laurie waiting for her car at the parking garage of Tufts MC. Pat immediately reached out, seeing the distressed look on her face. From that day forward, he was there to offer support for the family. Although Mike did not meet Pat, he knew of him and his eagerness to help in any way he could...whether emotional, physical, or financial.

When Mike passed, the Gustin family immediately knew where they needed to focus their energy. They could understand what these patients face on a day-to-day basis and what families are up against. When people think of Mike, they think of how generous and kind he was to everyone he met. One of Mike’s accomplishments was launching a celebrity golf tournament. This tournament still exists today, after 30 years, raising over $1.6 million dollars. Mike’s love for golf, and his acts of generosity and kindness over the years, led the Gustin family and the HeartBrothers to start the Annual Mike Gustin Golf Classic (in 2016) in memory of Mike.


Helicopter Golf Ball Drop
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Corporate Sponsors
Thank you, from the bottom of our *new* hearts.