Deadline to Register to Play in our 4th Annual Byrds Fore A Cure Charity Golf Classic is Friday, April 28!

Over the last three years, Byrds Fore A Cure has raised over $30,000 for the Arizona Chapter of Cure SMA, thanks to the support of our golfers and community partners!

This year, on Saturday, May 6th, at Stonecreek Golf Club in Phoenix, 75+ golfers and our business sponsors will come together again for another exciting event!

$160 per twosome. $300 per foursome.
Price includes golf, cart, range balls + awards dinner.
Ticket for dinner only (non-golfer) - $20
Registration open NOW!

 

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We still have sponsor packages available!
All sponsorship packages include a foursome of golf at the event:

Presenting Sponsor - $3,000
Includes your logo on player giveaways and 1 foursome

Dinner Sponsor - $1,000
Includes speaking opportunity, your logo banner in dining area, and 1 foursome

Cocktail Hour Sponsor - $750
Includes a premium keg of your choice, signage in the dining area, and 1 foursome.

Hole Sponsor - $500
Includes tee box signage and 1 foursome

Golf Cart Sponsor - $250
Includes logo and contact information on all cart fliers, and 1 twosome

We are so fortunate and honored for the continued support from our friends, family, and community! With your support, we are closer than EVER to find a cure and treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy!

Contact us at cassandra@byrdsforeacure.org for more information.

 

Proceeds from this Byrds Fore A Cure four-person scramble benefit the Arizona Chapter of Cure SMA, a nationwide 501(c)(3) charitable organization comprised of families affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy.

SMA is an inherited neuromuscular disease primarily affecting newborns and young children. Kyle & Lauren Byrd are nine-year old twins in the Phoenix area who were diagnosed with SMA when they were sixteen months old. Since 2009 the Byrd family has actively fund raised for the Cure SMA and are committed to continuing help fund research resulting in a treatment and cure for SMA. We firmly believe that no parent should outlive his or her child. Although an eventual cure for SMA will likely not save our own children, we will do whatever it takes to help find a cure so that one day no other family will be faced with such an agonizing diagnosis.