DAYTONA BEACH, Florida –The Fight for Life Golf Series has selected First Tee – Central Florida, 1Voice Foundation, Florida Breast Cancer Foundation and the Panhandle Warrior Partnership as beneficiaries of its National Championship, which will take place Oct. 14-16 at Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando. Additionally, proceeds from the Fight for Life Concert during the event weekend at House of Blues on Oct. 15 will benefit these organizations.

“We are thrilled the Fight For Life Golf Series Chip In National Championship and Fight for Life Concert will directly benefit these worthy organizations that help so many throughout Florida,” said Tom Kidd CEO of Fight for Life Golf Series. “We welcome all golfers across central Florida to play and support one of these great organizations and the work they deliver to have a significant impact on their communities.”

First Tee – Central Florida has been committed to helping kids build character strengths and important life skills through the game of golf and providing all kids with access to opportunities for personal growth in a fun and safe environment, for more than two decades.

More information on First Tee Central Florida can be found here https://firstteecfl.org/.

1Voice Foundation offers 25 programs for pediatric cancer families in Tampa Bay. It funds and operates the only private pediatric cancer research lab in Tampa Bay, under the direction of Cameron Tebbi, M.D., who is developing the vaccine for leukemia. There is never a cost or fee for any of the programs and services provided by 1Voice. In addition, 1Voice Academy is the first accredited K-12 school with kids with cancer.

More information on 1Voice Foundation can be found here https://1voicefoundation.org/.

Florida Breast Cancer Foundation improves the lives of those in Florida with breast cancer and gives hope where there is none. The foundation’s mission is to save the lives of those impacted by breast cancer by supporting scientific research, community education, public policy through advocacy, and community-based organizations.

More information on Florida Breast Cancer Foundation  https://www.floridabreastcancer.org/.

Panhandle Warrior Partnership (PWP) is a veteran-focused, community-led initiative to proactively connect with all veterans and ensure access to quality resources and opportunities available in collaboration with the community. An estimated 100,000 veterans reside in the communities of Northwestern Florida, “The Panhandle.”

More information on PWP can be found here  http://Panhandlewarriorpartnership.org

ABOUT THE FIGHT FOR LIFE GOLF SERIES

The Fight For Life Golf Series is part of the Joan L. Kidd, MD, Fight For Life Continuum, an organization

providing fundraising programs and producing events that benefit nonprofits which have raised more than $1 million for more than 60 non-profit organizations and invested more than a half million dollars to support cancer patients and their families since 2016.

There is a one-time entry fee of $150 for a series of six tournaments. Participants will designate a non-profit for which they will play, and one-third of that entry fee goes to their charity of choice.

Competitors play a round of golf on Friday, or Saturday or Sunday of the scheduled tournament week at any course of their choosing. The Fight for Life Golf Series is powered by the Chipd In mobile app, which connects players to be able to compete with other golfers nationwide on the same tournament weekend at any golf course in the U.S. A golf handicap will be calculated for each golfer (80% net scoring) so all skill levels are welcome to compete.  In addition, the app will calculate a course handicap based on the par and slope rating of each player’s course to create a level playing field.

As each golfer then logs their scores live during a tournament round, a national leaderboard provides real-time scoring so all golfers can follow the action LIVE all weekend.

After each event, players earn ranking points based on their finish. Players can follow the season long points race directly in the app as they attempt to qualify for the in person National Championship at Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando Oct. 14-16 and compete for the National Championship title and overall season Fight for Life Cup.

Once the Spring and Summer series are completed, the top 50 players and ties for each Series in the points standings advance to the National Championship at Shingle Creek. Also advancing will be the Top 25 finishers in the Summer Championship single event, who are not otherwise qualified in the Summer Series points standings, who complete play in a minimum of 3 events, which includes the Summer Championship.

Alternates are all players not in the top 100 and ties or Top 25 otherwise exempt by their finish in the Summer Championship. 

At the National Championship in Orlando, they will compete for prizes such as a 7 day Mediterranean voyage for two on the Sea Dream Yacht for the winner of the shootout, a trip for the champion and his golf buddy to a top golf destination and much more. There will also be a concert at the House Of Blues, Disney, an event of the Fight for Life Concert Series for players, guests, the public and participating nonprofits, skills competitions, and a long drive exhibition by two-time World Long Drive Champion Tim Burke.

Another benefit for golfers is that upon registration, they will receive free access to the Continuum’s National Merchant program that delivers discounts at tens of thousands of participating merchants across the country for six months, which will result in significant savings for the golfers and their families.

More info at https://deals.fightforlife.com/

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