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Coach Carr Classic Golf Outing at Oakland Hills
Presented by Dell Technologies and Intel
Join Hall of Fame coaches, Lloyd Carr and Tom Izzo, along with award-winning journalist, Mitch Albom, for the inaugural Coach Carr Classic benefiting The ChadTough Foundation. This fight is bigger than a rivalry! Whether you bleed Maize and Blue or Go Green, Go White, it’ll be a day to remember.
On August 12, experience the historic South Course of Oakland Hills while supporting pediatric brain cancer research. Both Lloyd and Mitch lost family members to DIPG, the most lethal form of pediatric brain cancer. The current survival rate of DIPG is 0% and it’s responsible for 15% of ALL pediatric cancer deaths – that’s unacceptable.
Your participation will help us raise funding for research and awareness efforts that will one day put an end to DIPG. Along the way, you’ll get to experience a championship golf course that has been home to Major Championships, the Ryder Cup, and more. Follow in the footsteps of legends such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Ben Hogan as we rally together for a cause bigger than any rivalry.
This will be the last event held at Oakland Hills Country Club before it begins its two-year renovation effort. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity! Email Amy@chadtough.org to reserve your group.
Every child deserves to survive cancer. Join us in our fight to save future kids!
When: Monday, August 12, 2019
Where: Oakland Hills Country Club
Foursomes available through sponsorship opportunities that start at $5,000. Twosomes available for $2,750.
- Arrival and breakfast – 8:30 a.m.
- Morning Program – 9:00 a.m.
- Scramble with Shotgun Start – Immediately following the program
- Happy Hour Reception
Interested in Attending?
Email Amy@chadtough.org to reserve your group.
About Oakland Hills Country Club
Founded in 1916, Oakland Hills Country Club has played, and will continue to play, a significant role in the history of golf in the United States. The South Course, also known as “The Monster,” has played host to 17 Major Championships including: six U.S. Opens, two U.S. Senior Opens, U.S. Women’s Amateur, two U.S. Men’s Amateurs, Western Open, the Carling World Open, the 35th Ryder Cup in 2004, and three PGA Championships—including the 90th PGA Championship in 2008. The membership is proud of the heritage of their club and considers themselves stewards of a national golf treasure. Learn More
The members of Oakland Hills have adopted rules to preserve the traditions and enhance the country club experience. Please take a second to familiarize yourself with these rules and enjoy yourself at Oakland Hills! Club Rules for Guests
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Consider participating and join us in rallying to cure pediatric brain tumors.