Tee Up For A Cure

Date: Oct. 10, 2020

Time: 7am Registration, 8am Tee Off

Location:  Paradise Pointe Golf Complex, 18212 Golf Course Rd., Smithville, MO 64089

Details: Charity golf tournament, lunch, awards, and Silent Auction

This is our First Annual Tee Up For a Cure, benefiting Children’s Mercy Research Institute and the PTEN Foundation.  We are hosting a scramble golf tournament, with 4 player teams.  The fee to participate is $100 per player, which includes green fees, cart fee, BBQ lunch, and 2 drink tickets.

If you do not play golf, but would still like to participate, we have a limited number of tickets for lunch at $25.00 each.  There will be a silent auction during the event as well. 

We are also seeking sponsors, which range from $100-$5000 (more details about different sponsorships levels are available on Event Brite page). 

Why Participate in Tee Up for A Cure?        

Money raised will be split evenly between the two charities: the new Children’s Mercy Research Institute (CRI) and the PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome Foundation.  Both charities are focused on: diagnosing quicker, treating patients more precisely, and curing and preventing disease; connecting patients, physicians, and scientists; and providing support and resources to the community.  By raising awareness, providing education and resources, and funding research, we can help find treatment and cures for those patients who have none.

Click HERE Purchase Sponsorships and/or Tickets.

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