The Barger Golf Outing

Greenhorn Creek Golf Resort
Angels Camp, California


Since 2007, The Barger Golf Outing has helped to fund the Mark Twain Medical Center Foundation. Founder and first president of the Foundation in 1984, Doris Barger always delighted participants in the golf tournament with her traditional golf cart tour. 


Her energy supporting our local hospital did not waver for over 30 years! The tournament has raised more than $550,000. Doris passed away at age 93 in 2016 leaving a legacy of commitment to her community.


We continue the commitment today and plan to stage our next event when COVID-19 guidelines allow us to gather once again for a great day of golf, friendship and support. Because of guidelines, we were not able to stage the event in 2020.


Proceeds from the tournament benefit Women’s Health in Calaveras County. Past proceeds have supported: 

  • The purchase of 3D Mammography.
  • The purchase of new Advanced Imaging Modality (AIM) surgical scopes for use in the Laparoscopic Burch Procedure – a new urinary bladder suspension procedure.
  • The Women’s Health infrastructure at the James Dalton Medical Office in Angels Camp.
  • The promotion of Women’s Heart Month’s Free LIPID Panels in conjunction with the hospital and Soroptimist International of Calaveras County
  • And so much more!   

Barger Golf Committee Honored 
With Values in Action Award

Volunteers Sal LoFranco, Brad Ostrov, Peggy Lucas, Greg Jordan and John Elliott of the MTMC Foundation’s Barger Golf Committee were honored for Collaboration -- “Working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals.”


The Values in Action Awards recognize inviduals and groups that represent the values advocated by Mark Twain Medical Center and are presented by the Hospital.