Our Featured Heroes


Ted Fischer is a “Good Guy” in every sense of the word.  Not only has he hosted our annual “Good Guy Invitational” twice, he was also was instrumental in establishing The Richard A. Browning Research Fund at RI Hospital in memory of his good friend.  Most recently, Teddy ran for TeamGFC in last year’s Boston Marathon, raising $26,000, or a thousand dollars per mile.  He’s back again this year, training in some of the most challenging conditions ever.  For all these reasons and more, Teddy Fischer is our featured hero.

Craig and Maureen Fitzgerald have long cheered on countless Boston Marathon runners from their home alongside the marathon course. Inspired to get off the sidelines and into the race, Craig (’12, ’13, ’14) and Maureen (’14) have been powerful fundraisers for GFC as well, raising more than $50,000!


Simply put, Glenn Kelly is a humble hero! Over the course of five years, Glenn was a one-man crusade for Golf Fight Cancer. The club professional at Woods Hole CC in Falmouth MA, Glenn undertook a marathon fundraising effort in celebration of and as tribute to his parents, who had both been touched by cancer. Glenn single-handedly raised more than $100,000 for GFC in the fight against cancer!