Tee’d Off: Driving Out DIPG

Presented by Enspire Dental and Edward Jones: Alicia McGovern Office

June 22, 2021

Lake Forest Golf Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan


This is an ALL WOMEN’S event!!! Sorry fellas!!!

The Tee’d Off: Driving Out DIPG women’s golf outing has become a favorite for local women supporting the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation. It is a day to come together and focus on the DIPG kids who have fought, are fighting, or will fight this awful disease. From beginners to experienced golfers, everyone has a great time playing in this scramble tournament. The roughly 150 golfers will enjoy 9 holes with cart, a continental breakfast, an outdoor lunch program, and a silent auction.

*Note that, due to COVID-19, all event activities will be held outside this year following local health and safety guidelines. In addition, we are only offering a 9-hole morning option; we hope to bring back our 18-hole option in 2022.

9-Hole Outing — $100 Registration Fee

Registration starts at 7:30 am

Shotgun start at 8:30 am

Outdoor lunch program to immediately follow golf

Fee includes: continental breakfast, 9 holes of golf with cart, boxed lunch, 2 drink tickets, registration gift

For more information, contact Dawn Whitford at 734-646-4141 or [email protected].



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