Caleb Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament


Come celebrate all those with Down syndrome and, in particular, remember those who are no longer with us at the 16th annual Caleb Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, August 2, 2021, at The Old Natchez Country Club

The tournament honors Caleb Thompson, who in 2004 at 18-months old, lost a hard-fought battle with AVSD, a heart defect common in children with Down syndrome.  About Caleb Thompson

All players will be golfing at the exclusive Old Natchez Country Club in Franklin, TN, and will receive range balls, an executive gift from DSAMT, beverages on the course, breakfast and lunch, contests during play, and prizes following play.

We have a lot exciting fun on the course planned, including the always fun, Air Cannon Contest.

What the Tournament Funds Support and Why We Need Your Help

Funds raised at this tournament support critical programming at DSAMT, especially our Sunshine Program, which provides support to families who are in the hospital.  We deliver meals, Sunshine bags filled with goodies and visit these families to help bring some comfort during this difficult time.  Approximately one-half of babies born with Down syndrome will have a heart defect, so this outreach is very important.

We encourage everyone to help by referring sponsorships and/or fundraising and asking friends, family and colleagues to make a gift to help enhance the lives of those with Down syndrome.

CLICK HERE for Sponsorship Opportunities - Because we know many businesses have also been hit hard by the pandemic, DSAMT is again going to include recognition for any of this year's golf sponsors at our Nashville Buddy Walk in November, as another way to say thank you and do our part to help.


  • 8:30 am Shotgun Start
  • Lunch & Awards to follow play


DSAMT will continue to implement necessary procedures to help  maintain recommended health & safety guidelines, and we will keep everyone up-to-date on any changes to the event, should any other guidance from the CDC or TN Department of Health make recommendations. 

Register here

With gratitude to our 2021 sponsors

Dugan Family Foundation



Contact Alecia Talbott, Executive Director, at 615-454-3129 or