FOUR! High Fives foundation to host charity golf event

Posted By: The Ski Channel on May 2, 2011 3:50 pm

High Fives Non-Profit Foundation,  a Tahoe-based 501.c.3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community, will host a charity golf tournament on Thursday, May 26th at The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing.

“We’ve always wanted to host a golf tournament, especially at a world class course like The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing. Now that we have the opportunity, this one should be one for the ages.” -Roy Tuscany (High Fives Non-Profit Foundation Co-Founder | President)

High Fives Non-Profit Foundation, Full Belly Deli, The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing and list of other sponsors will host the first annual High Fives Non-Profit Foundation Charity Golf Tournament on Thursday, May 26th from 12pm to 9pm. A four man scramble format, the tournament is $125 per person to participate, and will include a door prize, golf with cart and dinner provided by Full Belly Deli. In addition to the golf, everyone will have a chance to win in the hole-in-one, long drive, beat the pro and putting competitions.

The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing meets golf enthusiasts’ demands to play a course with a traditional private club feel. Fast greens and tournament-like conditions await golfers every day. Towering Lodgepole and Jeffrey Pines line the fairways as the course weaves through a natural mountain surrounding with Mt. Rose as its backdrop. Demanding a combination of creative club choices and tactical strategies, this Jacobsen/Hardy course reveals the designers’ passion for fun, yet challenging play.