Pro Sports Legends Golf to End Brain Cancer at the 12th Annual Chris Elliott Fund Celebrity & Awareness Golf Tournament

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All proceeds benefit the Chris Elliott Fund a brain tumor and brain cancer patient, education, awareness & advocacy organization.

The Chris Elliott Fund (CEF) will be hosting the 12th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament at Bear Creek Golf Course in Woodinville, Washington on August 5. The event begins at 9am for registration, with an 11am shotgun start and box lunch, followed by an awards ceremony and dinner at the conclusion of the tournament.

Players and Coaches from several professional sports leagues will be joining the CEF team. Several celebrities joining the team to golf include: Michael Jackson, Charle Young, Slick Watts, Cam Cleeland, Alonzo Mitz, Randall Morris, Mark Lee, Nesby Glasgow, Clayton Holmes, Dick Baird, Charlie Blake, Jack Thompson and KING-5 consumer news reporter Jesse Jones. All celebrity golfers subject to change and updated regularly on the CEF blog.

Registration for the golf tournament is now open at Sponsorship packages are still available. The event is complete with putting contest, longest drive and closest to the pin competitions for both men and women and prizes for the top 2 best scoring teams. Foursomes will have the opportunity to golf with celebrity golfer at $1,500 per foursome. Registration is limited to 25 teams, and registration fills quickly. Register your team today!

All proceeds benefit the Chris Elliott Fund and their mission to end brain cancer by providing immediate patient access to specialists, advanced treatments and comprehensive support programs for brain tumor patients.

About the Chris Elliott Fund:
The Chris Elliott Fund (CEF) is a brain cancer and brain tumor patient advocacy organization and national 501(c)(3) non-profit with corporate offices in Seattle, Washington. Established in 2002, Chris Elliott Fund’s mission is to end brain cancer by expanding patient access to specialists, advanced treatments and comprehensive support programs. The organization and its advocates directly serves 400+ patients and caregivers every month free of charge. CEF is a member of the Society for Neuro-oncologists, American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, American Cancer Association for Cancer Research, Washington Biosciences Association, among others. If we can help, please contact us at WeCare(at)EndBrainCancer(dot)com.

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