The lucky winner will enjoy an opportunity to mix and mingle during a cocktail party and sit-down dinner with celebrities from the sports world, including Hall of Famers Rod Carew and Paul Molitor; former Cy Young Award Winners Vida Blue, Mark Davis and Bob Welch; five-time All-Star and World Series MVP Jack Morris; former Minnesota Twins’ greats Kent Hrbek, Tim Laudner and Scott Erickson; and former MLB players Damion Easley, Dave Kingman, Tim Worrell and Curt Young. The event will also include irresistible silent and live auction items and live entertainment that includes a speed painter.
To win the opportunity to attend the event for free, go to golfmix.com and write a review of any golf course throughout Arizona from now until Nov. 25. A winner will be selected randomly and announced by Nov. 27 to receive the opportunity to attend the Celebrity VIP Reception & Dinner at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort on Dec. 1.
golfmix is Arizona's leading online golf review destination and its’ ratings and review system is unlike anything found in golf. The open platform provides all golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to both share their own reviews and explore the reviews of golfers just like them, using what research has shown to be the most important criteria for golf course selection – course conditions, design, amenities, pace of play and value. golfmix’s mission is to be an essential “club in the bag” for golfers as the leading review based online and mobile community dedicated to helping golfers decide where to play, how to play, what to play with, and who to play with through authentic user-generated reviews and dynamic content. golfmix was founded by Phoenix Suns and Arizona Cardinals broadcaster Jon Bloom, PGA Tour winner Arron Oberholser and a passionate and diverse management team focused on developing the front door for golfers online.
The Harmon Killebrew Invitational will also include a poker tournament at 7 p.m. on Nov. 30 at Fort McDowell Casino and a golf invitational at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club on the Fort McDowell Indian Community at 10 a.m. on Dec. 2. Funds raised from all of the events during the weekend will benefit Glendale Miracle League so that children with cognitive or physical abilities can enjoy a safe and enjoyable baseball playing experience. Funds raised will specifically assist in the construction of an adaptive Miracle League baseball field at the Victory Lane Sports Park near 43rd Ave. and Pinnacle Peak Rd. in Glendale, Ariz.
Among all golf courses in Arizona in 2011, golfmix reviewers ranked We-Ko-Pa Golf Club No. 2 in “overall experience” in the website’s “best of golfmix” ratings. They also ranked We-Ko-Pa No. 2 in “pace of play,” No. 3 in “course design,” No. 4 in “course conditions,”
To learn more about the Harmon Killebrew Invitational and to register to participate in any of the events from Nov. 30-Dec. 2, please go to HarmonKillebrewDonations.org.
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