Photos: Laughlin Family Foundation’s Charity Golf Tournament

Posted September 13, 2021

The Laughlin family with Garnet Hathaway and Nic Dowd. (Photos by Caps Outsider)

The Laughlin Family Foundation, which raises money to help fight rare cancers, hosted its first annual celebrity golf tournament Monday. Participants included the one and only Craig Laughlin, his NBC Sports Washington colleagues Joe Beninati, Alan May, and Al Koken, Caps radio announcer John Walton, and Caps alum Paul Mulvey. Current Caps Garnet Hathaway and Nic Dowd came to show their support.

The all-day event at Crofton Country Club featured plenty of laughs, drinks, and bogies, but most importantly about tacked on about $90,000 to the $150,000 that the foundation already raised.

The Laughlin Family Foundation began in 2018 after Laughlin’s wife, Linda, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Recently, they raised funds with Laughlin-branded beers, vodka, and whiskey. Coming soon: Locktoberfest from Pherm Brewery.