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GOLF TOURNAMENT

Join us for:
  •   Ping Tournament Prices
  •   Hole Prizes
  •   Raffles
  •   Silent Auction
  •   Much MORE!

When: November 9, 2007

Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.
Shot Gun Tee-off at 12:30 p.m.
Where: ASU Karsten Golf Course
Entry Fee: Regular - $150 per player
MISS Families - $100 per player
(Entry fee includes buffet dinner)
Register Online for Golf

Dinner Only - $25
Register Online for dinner only
Sponsorships: Platinum - $2500
Includes two foursomes, banner, two tee box signs and name recognition

Gold - $1000
Includes one foursome, banner, one tee box sign and name recognition

Sliver - $250
Includes one tee box sign and name recognition

Send email to golf@missfoundation.org if you are interested in sponsorship and you will be contacted for information on banners and tee box signs.
Butterflies: Regular - $15
MISS Facilitators - $10
Purchase butterflies for the "Field of Butterflies"

Download our flyer with sponsorship information and mail-in registration form.

For more information about the tournament or sponsorship please contact golf@missfoundation.org


ASU Karsten Golf Course

1125 E. Rio Salado Parkway
Tempe, AZ

All funds raised from the tournament will go directly to our Family Support and Crisis Intervention Programs to help families facing child death.

 

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