Fresh Start Charity Golf Classic is Nov. 4 at Scottsdale Kierland Golf Course

Kierland Golf course (submitted photo)

The Kierland Golf Course (submitted photo)

Celebrating its 22nd year, the Fresh Start Charity Golf Classic presented by Valley Toyota Dealers will welcome golfers on Nov. 4 at Kierland Golf Course with proceeds benefitting the programs and services offered at Fresh Start Women’s Foundation.

“The Fresh Start Men’s Board has worked hard to make this event a success the past two decades,” said Brett Angner, Fresh Start’s Men’s Board chairman, in a prepared statement.

“Of course, the community’s support is instrumental and we are grateful for the support. The Men’s Board believes that women and children are the foundation of our society, and it is an honor to support Fresh Start’s work that helps to positively transform the lives of women, and through a ripple effect, their families.”

Golfers will play the beautiful links, enjoy breakfast, lunch and beverages on the course, and finish the event with a lively awards banquet and live auction. The format includes a four-person scramble playing 12 par-3, four par-4 and two par-5 holes.

The unique tournament offers 12 hole-in-one opportunities to win an array of vehicles courtesy of Valley Toyota Dealers.

Non-golfers and golfers alike can get in on the fun by participating in the online raffle at for a chance to win a brand new 2017 Toyota Prius valued at $27,000.

“The community looks forward to the Golf Classic each year,” said Susan Berman, president and CEO of Fresh Start.

“It’s a great way for everyone to come together in support of the important programs and services offered at Fresh Start. And, we are so pleased with the partnership with Valley Toyota Dealers who have generously donated a Prius to be raffled as part of the event.”

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