Beyond The Rainbow Foundation’s Team Classic Fundraiser

The Beyond The Rainbow Foundation supports youth programs in Maui and they have put together the best golf outing I have ever seen (and I get invited to a LOT of them). How about three rounds of golf in Maui with an LPGA Tour pro and golf clinics on the Kapalu Resort Plantation Course, Kapalua Resort’s Bay Course and Kaanapali Golf Resort’s Royal Course.

Details in the press release below:

Press Release for immediate release:

Beyond the Rainbow Foundation bringing LPGA Players to Maui for the Aloha Team Classic – 2010

Beyond the Rainbow Foundation announced that it will hold the 5th annual Aloha Team Classic in Maui on October 17-20, 2010.  This year’s event will include an Amateur flight with teams made up of two amateurs (as in past years) as well as a Pro/Am flight where 20 teams of two amateurs will play alongside their PGA Club Professional and an LPGA Tour Professional for two of three rounds.  Teams in both flights from across the country will compete on three of Maui’s world class championship courses.

Kapalua Resort’s Bay Course
Home to the 2008 Kapalua LPGA Classic

Kaanapali Golf Resort’s Royal Course
Home of the Wendy’s Senior Skins Game

Kapalua Resort’s Plantation Course
Home of the SBS Championship

Beyond the Rainbow Foundation offers complete packages with and without accommodations. Participants need only make their plane reservations.  Accommodations which are included will be at some of Maui’s finest locations and for participants that wish to extend their stay, special rates will be available.  Car rentals are also available from Hertz at special Aloha Team Classic rates.

Both amateurs and professionals will compete for individual and team prizes.  There will also be cash purses for the low gross individual competition amongst the PGA Club Professionals as well as for the LPGA Tour Professionals.

The Aloha Team Classic – 2010 is more than just golf!  Along with the 3 days of magnificent Maui golf, there will be a variety of activities including the following:

• The three rounds of golf for all the amateurs
• For those playing in the Pro/Am flight two rounds will be with their club professional and an LPGA Tour Professional
• Lunch provided each day of golf for all players
• Welcome Reception on Sunday evening, October 17th
• 2 hour golf clinic given by the LPGA players on Tuesday afternoon, October 19th
• Prizes and welcome gift for all players
• Dinner Finale on Wednesday, October 20th

Optional activities/features which are available include the following:

• A Dining/Wine Tasting experience on Tuesday evening at one of Maui’s fantastic restaurants.
• Continuing Education for PGA Golf Professionals – 8 hours credit
• 5 Nights Accommodations for the amateurs and/or Club professionals
• Stays can also be extended before and/or after the event

A non-player package is also available for spouses or guests, which includes the two evening activities.
So come to Maui with your Amateur playing partner to compete in the all Amateur flight or come with your Pro/Am team to join LPGA Tour Professionals such as Anna Grzebien, Kim Hall, Jeanne Cho-Hunicke, Angela Jerman, Carin Koch, Stephanie Louden, Jill McGill, Cindy Rarick, Kim Welch, Heather Young and others for the Aloha Team Classic – 2010.  (specific player’s availability subject to their playing schedule)

Incentives for early registration are available to those registering for the Amateur flight.  The Pro/Am flight will be limited to 20 teams and teams are encouraged to register today for the Aloha Team Classic – 2010.  The sequence in which Pro/Am teams register will set their place during the “Draw” for the LPGA players.

Call for information about the event and special packages which include both flights(Amateur and Pro/Am), a variety of accommodations options and several optional events.

Information and registration available by phone at 800-541-7357.
(7am – 7pm Maui time –  10am – 10pm west coast time)

Beyond the Rainbow Foundation

Beyond the Rainbow Foundation, “Helping Maui’s youth realize the promise of their future!” is incorporated in the State of Hawaii as a nonprofit corporation and designated a 501(c)(3) Public Charity by the Internal Revenue Service.

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