25th Scottsdale Healthcare Golf Classic set for April 9-10

Proceeds help fund health services for uninsured children and families in NE Valley

Scottsdale Healthcare’s 25th Golf Classic, a charity pro-am that has raised nearly $3 million for medical care in our community, is set for April 9-10, 2010 at McCormick Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale.

Proceeds benefit Scottsdale Healthcare’s Neighborhood Outreach Action for Health (NOAH), which annually treats thousands of uninsured children and their families in Scottsdale and Northeast Phoenix. Presented by the Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation, the tournament is one of the Valley’s longest running benefit pro-ams.

The 2010 Scottsdale Healthcare Golf Classic features more than $60,000 in prizes including $15,000 for the winning pro.

Entry fee is $800 for amateurs, which includes green fees and golf carts, gift package, lunches, Friday evening dinner/dance/auction and awards reception Saturday evening. Professional entry fee is $350.

For entry or sponsorship information, contact Debi Rittenhouse, Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation tournament director at 480.882.4505 or drittenhouse@shc.org.

Scottsdale Healthcare (www.shc.org) is the not-for-profit parent organization of Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak Hospital, Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center, Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center, Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center, Scottsdale Healthcare Clinical Research Institute, Scottsdale Healthcare Home Health Services, Scottsdale Healthcare Community Health Services and NOAH Clinics. Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Scottsdale Healthcare.