PG Swings for Autism
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The PG Swings for Autism Golf Tournament
It is with excitement and humility that we remind you about the 14th Annual Perfect Game Swings for Autism Golf Tournament with proceeds benefiting the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center
November 18, 2019 at Mesa Country Club in Arizona.
This event is driven by 13 unforgettable years of support from family, friends, community and the baseball world and was played for the first decade as Sutton’s Strokes for the Little Folks. Perfect Game’s commitment to the cause and the concept of community has driven them to support this event at a very high level, which is why we have changed the name to reflect that.
If you call Arizona your home or are looking for a fun weekend getaway, we’d love to have you for a day of golf and fun. With an emphasis on the fun and smiles the day generates, please remember that golfers of ALL skill levels are encouraged.
Hang with us through the early evening for dinner and an after party with live music performed by Ryan McIntyre. If you can’t join us for golf, you are more than welcome to stop in for lunch and Ryan's acoustic set at the beautiful Mesa CC. Through the years this event, though not one that is celebrity driven, has been organically attended by athletes like Mark Grace, Larry Fitzgerald, Mark Reynolds, Dimitri Young, Junior Spivey and Justin Upton among others.
The inspiration for the event, which was founded by Rob and Kim Feidler, is their son Nolan. The day is truly an outing in honor of all individuals with autism, their families, siblings and friends.
So thanks for your support.
Established in 1997, the Southwest Autism Research and Resource center is the internationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to autism research, education, evidence-based treatment and community outreach. SARRC is one of the only autism organizations in the world that provides a lifetime of services for individuals and their families while also conducting cutting edge research.
1 in 59 children nationally are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder,
making it the most prevalent childhood developmental disorder in the US.
HOW CAN I HELP?
*Register a Foursome to come out and Play
*Donate an auction item for our silent auction
*Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
*Tee and Hole Sponsorship Opportunities
*Do not play golf, join us for lunch.
*Make a donation
For Media and Outreach please contact:
Daron Sutton, Master of Ceremonies and PG Swings Chairperson