This year, the Heard Museumâ€™s annual golf classic is re-imagined!
In partnership with the Inter-Tribal Golf Association (ITGA) and presented by TriWest Healthcare Alliance, the new mission of the annual Heard golf tournament is to support the American Indian veterans National Memorial. Proceeds from the tournament will help to maintain the American Indian Veterans National Memorial as well as produce Memorial Day and Veterans Day events.
The tournament will once again be held at Fort McDowell Yavapai Nationâ€™s We-Ko-Pa Golf Club. Tee it up on the internationally acclaimed Saguaro course with breathtaking views of the Four Peaks and a true desert golf experience.
Spend a day on a lush, award-winning Sonoran Desert course while enjoying great weather, company, food and networking. Awards and tee gifts for all participants.
Registration starts: 10 a.m.
Shotgun start: 11:30 a.m.
Download our sponsorship packet and information sheet here: 2014 Golf Classic Promotional Booklet
If you are interested in sponsoring the tournament please download:
2014 Golf Classic Commitment Form
If you are interested in sponsoring a Native American Veteran player or foursome, please download: 2014 Golf Classic Commitment Form.
Sponsoring the Golf Classic is a great way to get your company name out there and show your support for American Indian Veterans. The new focus this year for the tournament will raise funds to support the American Indian Veterans National Memorial. Download the pdf for details: 2014 Golf Classic Underwriting Opportunities
If you are interested in playing in the tournament, please download: 2014 Golf Classic Commitment Form
If you are a Native American veteran and interested in playing in the tournament, please download our American Indian Veterans National Memorial Golf Classic Application Form here: 2014 Golf Classic Application Form for Veterans
The tournament will once again be held at Fort McDowell Yavapai Nationâ€™s We-Ko-Pa Golf Club with breathtaking views of the Four Peaks and a true desert golf experience. Spend a day testing your handicap on a lush, award-winning Sonoran Desert course while enjoying great weather, wonderful food and company, networking, awards and tee gifts for all.
From the We-Ko-Pa website:
“Unlike other Arizona golf courses, there are no homes, condos or townhomes lining these fairways. At We-Ko-Pa, the Sonoran Desert is your neighbor and the term â€śhigh-riseâ€ť is either used to describe the ancient saguaros in the foreground or the magnificent mountains in the distance. In fact, the views are so spectacular at We-Ko-Pa that the sound, strategic playing value of the holes could possibly get overlooked. The variety in the routing and pacing of holes will keep all levels of golfers entertained from opening tee shot to final tap-in. Both courses, Cholla and Saguaro, feature an ideal blend of doglegs and straightaway holes, a mix of slender and ample fairways, a balance between benign and rugged green complexes. Yet without exception, both courses offer a host of shot-making options and plenty of grassy bail-out areas when the occasional shot gets away.”
For more information regarding sponsorship or purchasing a team, contact Lynn Donahue at 602.251.0271 or LDonahue@heard.org.
The Heard Museum is grateful to the following sponsors of golf holes at this year’sÂ American Indian Veterans National Memorial Golf Classic: