DAYTONA BEACH, Florida – The Chipd In National Championship at Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida has limited spots remaining for teams to play in its Scramble Team Competition on Oct. 15 or 16. The Scramble Team Competition will be played as part of the Chipd In National Championship, with each team selecting one of the two days their team will be playing.
Each team will receive:
- 18 Holes of Scramble Team Competition.
- 4 Tickets to pairings party/food and beverage on Friday evening, Oct. 14.
- Exhibition by two-time World Long Drive Champion Tim Burke on Friday evening.
- Skills competitions and prizes.
- 4 Tickets to House of Blues Concert on Friday night, Oct. 14.
- Hole sponsorship sign or banner.
Players can register individually for $165 or field a 4-member team for $600. When registering using the link provided below, they register to play to support the charity of their choice: 1 Voice Foundation, First Tee – Central Florida, Florida Breast Cancer Foundation, the Panhandle Warrior Partnership, Harbor House, MS Foundation, and Big Brothers Big Sisters Central Florida.
“The Team Competition is shaping up to be an event all on its own at the Chipd In National Championship and we are thrilled to announce that limited team spots are available,” explained Tom Kidd, Founder of Joan L. Kidd MD Fight for Life Continuum. “If you or your organization want to support these worthy, Florida-based nonprofits and have access to all of the exciting events being offered during the National Championship weekend, now is the time to reserve your Team spot.”
To register individually or as a Team, please visit https://chipdin.com/pages/national-championship-scramble and scroll down the page to Team Competition.
Click on the logo of the nonprofit of your choice to register and make a difference by having fun and supporting their work.
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, LLC, 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.