Golfers Golf, Charities Benefit

By Gilmore, Joan | THE JOURNAL RECORD, May 14, 1999 | Go to article overview

Golfers Golf, Charities Benefit


Gilmore, Joan, THE JOURNAL RECORD


`Tis the season -- to play golf that is. A multitude of golf tournaments are coming up and all of them benefit worthy causes.

On June 6 is the Muscular Dystrophy Association tournament at Guthrie's Cimarron National Golf Club, with major sponsorships of 7- Eleven Stores, TransFund and Outback Steakhouse. The Miracle MDA Sponsorship fee is $600, which includes a Hole Sponsorship and four players in the tournament, which is limited to 280 golfers. Registration information is available from Jim Brown at 7-Eleven stores, 2021 S. MacArthur, Oklahoma City 73128, or call 682-5711.

Safe Kids Coalition is sponsoring its second annual tournament on June 14, at Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. The format will be a four-person scramble with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. A chipping and putting clinic will be provided by the club's golf pros at 10:45 a.m., followed by lunch at 11:30 a.m. An awards reception and casual buffet will follow the tournament, which is limited to 128 players. The entry fee is $200 per golfer. Major sponsors include University Health Partners, Children's Hospital Physicians and Jackie Cooper. The luncheon will be provided by City Bites, beverages by Pepsi-Cola and the buffet by Ted's Escondido. Proceeds will benefit the Safe Kids Coalition, whose mission is to prevent unintentional injuries to Oklahoma children. Two tournaments are scheduled June 25. Cimarron National Golf Club will be the setting for the Edmond Noon AMBUCs' annual tourney, which will benefit a program to create independence for people with disabilities. In a unique partnership with the AMBUCs, the City of Edmond will match the tournament's proceeds to build a handicap accessible playground for the physically challenged. The four-member teams will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m., followed by an awards luncheon at noon. The entry fee is $75 per person. For information, contact Charlotte Nutt at 341-7568 or Jerry McBride at 749-5996. Tinker and Steve Owens are co-chairing the Oklahoma City Food Bank's annual golf tournament at 1 p.m. July 9. The tournament will be at OU's Jimmy Austin Golf Course in Norman with IGA SuperThrift as major sponsor. Fee for an individual player is $150 or a six- or five-person team may play for $750. The shotgun start will be at 1 p.m., after a luncheon and registration at 11 a.m. An awards program will conclude the afternoon. For more information, contact Danielle Walker at 236-8349. Proceeds will raise funds and awareness for Oklahoma's hungry. There's no place like home Black-tied and bejeweled guests gathered in groups to click their heels three times while repeating "There's no place like home." The setting was the Petroleum Club and the reason was the fourth annual Fairy Tale Ball, benefiting Oklahoma Children's Theatre. The theme for the elaborate party was the Land of Oz and wandering through the crowd all evening were the wicked witch, the good witch, the cowardly lion, the clanky tin man, the wobbly scarecrow, the Wizard himself and, of course, Dorothy, who knew she wasn't in Kansas anymore. …

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