Fresh Start charity golf tournament to return to Scottsdale

Foursome participants from the 2014 tournament. (Submitted photo)

Foursome participants from the 2014 tournament. (Submitted photo)

The 21st annual Fresh Start Charity Golf Classic presented by Valley Toyota Dealers, and hosted by the Fresh Start Men’s Board, is one of Arizona’s largest non-celebrity charity golf tournaments in the Valley.

2014golf_participantsThe event has raised more than $2.5 million, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting Fresh Start Women’s Foundation.

Golfers playing at Kierland Golf Club will enjoy breakfast, lunch and beverages on the course and finish 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, according to a press release.

The tournament is to be Friday, Nov. 6, at Kierland Golf Club, 15636 N. Clubgate Drive in Scottsdale.  Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.

According to the press release, prices for individual golfers is $800; Golf opportunities for foursomes include:

  • Hole-in-One $7,500
  • Eagle $5,500
  • Birdie $3,500

This tournament offers 12 hole-in-one opportunities for vehicles courtesy of Valley Toyota Dealers as well as other contests and on-course challenges, according to the release.

For available sponsorship opportunities, contact Michelle Gere at 602-261-7169. To register to play in the tournament, please visit www.freshstartwomen.org.

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