San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What: You are cordially invited, along with your friends, clients and peers, to participate in the 3rd Annual 15-Inch Cup Challenge, benefiting Operation Game On, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
Whether you’re a scratch golfer, novice or pro, take the challenge and be entered to win (2) tickets to the 2017 NCAA Basketball Final Four, to be played in Arizona..
The 15-Inch Cup Challenge will take place on the driving range, with four distances, ranging from 50-yards to 125-yards. Every hole-in-one wins cash! Cash prizes include: $150 at 50-yards; $250 at 75-yards; $500 at 100-yards; $1000 at 125-yards. Think it can’t be done? Last year we paid out 14 hole-in-ones!
There will be unlimited food and drinks for all participants. Enjoy an afternoon of networking and friendly competition. We will have a silent auction, corporate village, live music, bloody mary bar, craft beer, pizza, tacos and local athletes and celebrities.
Who: Operation Game On, a nonprofit organization with a simple mission; provide golf as a form of rehabilitation for our returning combat injured troops suffering from physical and mental disabilities. 100% of the proceeds from the 15-Inch Cup Challenge will go to OGO and 88% of all money raised by OGO goes directly to the Vets.
Register: Space is limited to 250 entrants. $150 for 20 shots per golfer.
Not a golfer, but want to network, eat, drink and bid on auction items?
Register: Spectator only. $25
Go to: www.operationgameon.org/15-inch-cup-challenge/ or send check to: Operation Game On, attention: Tony Perez | 3614 Paseo Vista Famosa, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92091
Sponsors: Sponsorship opportunities still available.
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Operation Game On
Operation Game On is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, Federal Tax ID: 03-0480478
Provide golf as a form of rehabilitation for our returning combat-injured troops suffering from physical and mental disabilities. The troops' doctors regularly advise some of their patients to try our program.
Golf is good for the mind and for the body. It allows them to compete, laugh, relax, focus, and challenge their muscles outside of regular PT. It gives them hope of a clearer future after their tragic injuries and experiences of war.
It's only through your donations that we can accomplish our mission.