Marilynn Smith LPGA Charity Pro Am

The 7th Annual Marilynn Smith LPGA Charity ProAm

Monday,  November 16, 2015

Tuscany Falls at PebbleCreek in Goodyear, Arizona

 

Benefiting the Marilynn Smith Scholarship Fund

 

 

**** ALL FOURSOMES ARE SOLD OUT! ****

TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST

CONTACT DEBBIE WAITKUS dwaitkus@golfforcause.com or 602.840.0607

 

Participating Honoree:  Nancy Lopez!

 

Bid On-Line To Play with Nancy Lopez in Your Foursome

CLICK HERE TO BID

 

Please join us for Sunday "Tea" at the

Arizona Biltmore Golf Club Adobe Grill – 1-3pm November 15th

Visit with Marilynn and some of the pros.

This is a free event open to the public  ~ please register at www.msmithTEA.eventbrite.com

 


Last year we gifted twenty $5,000 scholarships!  With your help, this year we plan to do it again!

  The event is a 5-person scramble.  Each group includes a LPGA professional or celebrity.

 

 
Event Schedule
6:30am Registration Begins, Continental Breakfast & Networking Opportunities
8:00am:Shotgun Start
Post Tournament: Lunch, Silent Auction and Awards Presentation
 
 
 
 
Incredible Raffle!!
 
Support the Marilynn Smith Scholarship Fund by purchasing raffle tickets - you don't need to be present to win.  Click on "Register" and scroll down to  "Select Optional Event Items." 
 
~Rolex Watch~
 
~Cruise to Your Choice of Destinations: The Bahamas, Mexico or the Western Caribbean~
 
~PING Driver~
 
 
Sponsorships are still available...
 
Come on out and join the fun!
 
Need lodging?  Select Event Information for details.
 
 Tournament will be held rain or shine - all contributions and registrations are non-refundable.

The LPGA Foundation, a 501 (c) (3)  represents that it is qualified as a tax-exempt charitable organization (Federal Identification Number 59-3085528), for which Donors are entitled to charitable contribution tax deductions under Internal Revenue Code Sections 170(B)(1)(A), 170(c), 2055 and 2522. You are encouraged to consult your professional tax advisor regarding the tax deductibility of this gift.

 

"To be truthful, I think golfers are overpaid. It's unreal, and I have trouble dealing with the guilt sometime."
— Colin Montgomerie
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