9th Annual Christopher Gage Memorial Golf Tournament

9th Annual Christopher Gage Memorial Golf Tournament

Donor Family Events
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Registration/Lunch at Noon; Shot Gun Start at 1 p.m.
Eagle Springs Golf Course; 2575 Redman Road, St. Louis, MO 63136

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A player’s entry fee of $80 covers participation in the tournament. Included are the cart and green fees, lunch, dinner, drinks on the course, and a ticket for the attendance prize raffle. Additional on-course activities that are included are the Long Drive Contest, Closest to the Pin Contest, Hole in One Shootouts, and use of the practice facilities. There will be a Silent Auction as well.

Download the registration form here.

Entries are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. We are expecting another sellout, so to reserve your spot please return your entry form as soon as possible.

A donation of $100 gives you the honor of being a hole sponsor for the Tournament. As a hole sponsor, your company name and logo will be presented on the tee box on the hole of your choice. You company name and logo will also be displayed in the Tournament Handbook that every player will receive. A donation of $200 gives you the honor of being an exclusive hole sponsor, in which your company name and logo will appear by itself on the tee box and in the Handbook.

Donations of any size are greatly appreciated, as are items for the silent auction and attendance prize raffle.

Christopher’s story

Christopher Gage McCauley, son of Dave Wendt and Becky McCauley, was born on February 28th, 2002. He was a beautiful boy with blonde hair and blue eyes. On April 30th, 2005, Christopher was eating one of his favorite foods, a hot dog. After taking a bite, a piece of hot dog became lodged in his throat, and he began choking. Despite the efforts of family, paramedics, and emergency room personnel, he didn’t survive. He was such a special little boy who absolutely loved life and those around him. His smile would brighten up any room. After his passing, he was able to improve the lives of other young children through tissue donation. While nothing can bring him back, we can all do our part to raise awareness of choking hazards for children and the importance of organ and tissue donation. Our goal is to provide information on these topics, so that people can be better informed of safety issues and donation procedures. You might save the life of someone you love.

 

 

 

 

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