The second annual Aces for Aplastic Anemia Charity Golf Tournament is being held on Saturday, March 9 at 10:00 am at the beautiful Borrego Springs Resort in Borrego Springs, California. The tournament is being organized by John Hickman in memory of his sister Jaymee Hickman who passed away from aplastic anemia.
The entry fee is only $85 per person (golfing members pay $65), and the format will be a two man scramble. You can sign up as a foursome, but you will be playing in teams of two. All players will automatically be entered into the "Aces for Aplastic Anemia hole-in-one challenge."
Every Par 3 will have a hole-in-one challenge with a prize worth $10,000-$25,000! Prizes that you will have a chance to win include a Pebble Beach golf getaway, a $15,0000 gas card, a trip for two to the Masters, and a brand new car!
Special room rates will be available to players who would like to come down and stay the night before the tournament. There will also be a practice round rate of $25 per player the day before the event. In addition, there will be prizes, a raffle, and goody bags for participants. After the tournament, there will be a complimentary lunch banquet where winners will be announced and prizes will be raffled off. Over $4,000 in prizes will be raffled off!
Space is limited, so be sure to sign up now! To reserve your sport or if you have any questions, call the Director of Golf John Hickman at the Borrego Springs golf shop at (760) 767-3330.