19th Annual Bob MacKay Memorial Golf Tournament to support blood and marrow transplant, leukemia and hematology research and education at Wake Forest School of Medicine. Friday, September 21, 2012 at Bryan Park Golf and Enrichment Center
Get ready to tee off at the 19th Annual Bob MacKay Memorial Golf Tournament! The 19th Annual Bob MacKay Memorial will be held on Friday, September 21 at Bryan Park Golf and Enrichment Center in Greensboro. The field will be limited to 256 golfers with play on both the Championship and Players courses (www.bryanpark.com). The 2012 Golf Planning Committee has been working hard to insure that this will be the most successful and enjoyable tournament to date. “Tee it high and let it fly” while supporting blood and marrow transplant, leukemia and hematology research at WF School of Medicine, Section on Hematology and Oncology. Since 1994, MacKay Foundation for Cancer Research has gifted over $1 million due to the generosity of sponsors, golfers, donors and volunteers – who make it fun for all!
This year, included with registration, each golfer will receive one raffle ticket for a chance to win a Grand Raffle Prize (additional tickets can be purchased only by participating golfers at $25 per ticket) – A round of golf for four on the King & Bear course at the World Golf Village, St. Augustine, FL and an overnight night stay for four at the Sawgrass Marriott with special thanks to Blaine McCallister, PGA Senior Tour!
Sponsorship Agreement, Registration Form, In-kind Charitable Gift Agreement and the flyer can be found online at www.mackayfoundation.org
Register today! Click here for access to the Registration Form.
About the MacKay Foundation for Cancer Research
The MacKay Foundation for Cancer Research was established in December, 2003 after gifting $500,000 to WFUSM through the annual Bob MacKay Memorial and other fundraising events. The foundation holds events benefiting cancer research and education at WFU School of Medicine, Section on Hematology and Oncology. Their mission statement states, “It is our sincere desire to make a difference in the lives of our family, friends and coworkers who have been touched by cancer.” The MacKay Foundation for Cancer Research is grateful to corporate sponsors, major donors, golfers, attendees and volunteers for their continued support and encouragement. It is through gifts of time, participation and generosity of our sponsors and donors that $1 million has been gifted to benefit cancer research and education at WF School of Medicine. The MacKay Foundation for Cancer Research is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit.
For more information please contact:
Barbara MacKay Vinson, President
MacKay Foundation for Cancer Research