Gene Upshaw Memorial Golf Classic to benefit Tahoe Forest Health Systems programs and services
TAHOE/TRUCKEE and#8212; The second annual Gene Upshaw Memorial Golf Classic will be hosted by The Golf Club at Grayand#8217;s Crossing on July 11 and 12, 2010. The public is invited to attend and participate in this charity event in honor of Gene Upshaw, who died of pancreatic cancer at Tahoe Forest Hospital in August 2008 at the age of 63.
The event features an impressive line up of NFL players such as NFL Hall of Fame members Marcus Allen, Fred Bilentikoff, Mike Haynes and Ronnie Lott.
Spaces are still available for golfers, sponsors and spectators. There will be a private pairings party at The Ritz-Carlton, Highlands Lake Tahoe on Sunday July 11 with food, music and live and silent auction. The pairings party begins at 6 p.m, and will include the pairing of golfers with NFL players for the tournament that will be held the following day. The tournament is a shamble format.
The public can attend the pairings party for the ticket price of $250. The public is also invited to attend the golf tournament as a spectator for the ticket price of $250 for a full day pass. Spectator and pairings party tickets can be purchased by e mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsorships for the event are also still available. For information about golf registration, sponsorships, and a list of participating NFL players, visit http://www.GU63 or call 582-6317.
Proceeds of the Gene Upshaw Memorial Golf Classic benefit Tahoe Forest Health System programs and services, with half the proceeds of the event dedicated to pancreatic cancer research.
Gene Upshaw served as the Executive Director of the National Football League Players Association from June 1983 to August 2008, after a successful 16-year career as a player for the Oakland Raiders.
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