GOLF CLUB OF DUBLIN
September 16, 2023 Shotgun start 2:00pm
Registration opens at 1:00pm
On Course Fore a Cure has selected Golf Club of Dublin for its next location. Proceeds benefit pediatric cancer research in honor and celebration of Elena Desserich and Ayla Slivka, two incredible young girls whose lives were cut short because of a form of brain cancer called DIPG. Golf Club of Dublin provides an unparalleled golfing experience. Hole in one competition, putting competition and other incentives will make the day fun for all skill levels. Join us as we take a swing at cancer!
Each golfer is provided 18 holes of golf, heavy snacks, swag bag including a gift, on-course beverage service and admission to 19th Hole Bash including dinner.
Try your shot at a $10,000 prize for hole in one at our specially marked hole.
19th Hole Bash starts at 7:00pm
$175 per golfer
$700 per team
$50 additional tickets to 19th Hole Bash including dinner
Mulligan is $20 good for 1 hole
Golden Mulligan is $100 and good for 9 mulligans.
Before diagnosis with DIPG, Elena Desserich was a 6-year-old with a passion for art and reading. But as the cancer slowly robbed her of her abilities, it was art and reading that remained as her link to the outside world. She was treated both at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and St. Jude Hospital in Memphis. Sadly, Elena's fight ended in August 2007, but her inspiration in us all remains strong. Her most treasured picture remains today as the logo for The Cure Starts Now.
Ayla Grace Slivka was a sweet, silly, funny, creative, science-loving, game-loving, beautiful child who was strong and fierce. She brought joy and laughter to so many lives. On July 6, 2021, Ayla was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer known as DIPG. This form of brain cancer affects about 300 children annually in the USA. There are currently no effective treatments to cure this terrible disease that steals so many beautiful children. Ayla sadly earned her angel wings on June 29th, 2022.
Did you know?
The ladybug represents Morgan Pritchett who inspired the On Course Fore a Cure golf series. She battled a form of brain cancer called DIPG. Her legacy includes over $1 million raised for research.