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10th Annual HNC Charity Golf Tournament
Captain's Choice – Friday, April 25, 2014
The Preserve at Jordan Lake
840 The Preserve Trail – Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Hemophilia of North Carolina is excited to announce our tenth annual Charity Golf Tournament. This fun and challenging event will be held at The Preserve at Jordan Lake Golf Club located at 840 The Preserve Trail in beautiful Chapel Hill, NC on Friday, April 25, 2014, and will benefit HNC families affected by bleeding disorders.
Hearts for Hope
Please help us support the bleeding disorders community with a $50 donation to honor our past, present and future!
With this donation, you can honor a loved one by having their name and a short message printed on a heart that will be displayed on the golf course and at the clubhouse during the post-tournament activities.
To participate, please use the Hearts for Hope (pdf*/143kb) request form and return it to us along with your tax-deductable contribution.
Located at the shores of Jordan Lake, just south of Chapel Hill and west of Raleigh, The Preserve at Jordan Lake Golf Club is a semi-private golf course offering one of the best golfing experiences in the area. Players will enjoy a great day of golf, food and fun while competing to win some cool prizes!
Registration Begins 10:00am
Shotgun Start 12 noon
The Preserve at Jordan Lake was voted one of America's Top 40 new golf courses by Golfweek magazine. Visit the facility's web site at www.thepreservegolf.com.
Meet Our Guest Player and Beat the Pro!
This is your chance to Beat the Pro and brag a little! Perry Parker will be waiting for you on hole #17. Perry will be on hand before the tournament to analyze your swing so come out early and get some great tips!
Perry is a professional golfer who has played on the Asian, Australian, Canadian, Nike and PGA tours, and in three US Opens. He has won more than 30 professional golf tournaments in California. Perry has mild hemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency).
Monies collected will be used to provide financial assistance to Hemophilia of North Carolina members in need, scholarships to parents and children with bleeding disorders, and to provide educational programs to assist families living with bleeding disorders.
A percentage of proceeds from this tournament will be donated directly to funding research toward better treatments and cures.