Golf 4 The Kids At TPC Las Vegas May 17
Benefits Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation and Cure 4 The Kids Foundation
LAS VEGAS – January 23, 2013 – It’s the perfect reason to golf at one of the country’s premier courses – TPC Las Vegas!
Golf 4 The Kids, happening May 17, 2013, will benefit Cure 4 The Kids Foundation and the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation – both 501(c) 3 nonprofit organizations.
Golf 4 The Kids will offer golfers a chance to experience the premier PGA TOUR facility in Las Vegas, featuring its unique “desert elegance” as well as the stunning backdrop of Red Rock Canyon.
Designed by noted golf course architect Bobby Weed, with World Golf Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd serving as a consultant, TPC Las Vegas’ superb par-71, 7,081 yard championship layout features lush green parcels of manicured turf woven through a rugged tapestry of arroyos, barrancas and undisturbed desert washes, highlighted by dramatic vistas and an abundance of risk/reward challenges.
The Home of Professional Golf in Las Vegas, TPC Las Vegas is part of the PGA TOUR’s award winning TPC Network – a premier collection of destination, private and resort golf clubs which have played host to more than 350 professional golf tournaments. For more than 30 years, TPC courses have brought the magic of the PGA TOUR to life offering members and guests the unique opportunity to test their skills on the same magnificent layouts where the world’s best players compete.
The tournament is limited to 144 golfers who may register at www.golf4thekids.org. The tournament will feature a million dollar hole in one, closest to the pin, longest drive and putting contests as well as many raffle prizes. Proceeds from the tournament will be split equally between Cure 4 The Kids Foundation and the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation.
Cure 4 the Kids Foundation provides treatment to children in Nevada facing life-threatening diseases such as cancer, inherited bleeding disorders, rheumatological and genetic conditions regardless of family income or presence of medical insurance. Through its two programs, The Children’s Specialty Center of Nevada and the Hemophilia Treatment Center of Nevada, thousands of patients have received treatment, some at no cost.
The Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is Nevada’s only bleeding disorders advocacy organization. The foundation serves more than 600 families throughout Nevada offering a children’s summer camp, ongoing education programs and advocacy efforts on behalf of clients.
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