Special Guests Announced For 2nd Annual Ravenna InvitationalLIV Sotheby's
The Club at Ravenna recently announced that Medal of Honor Recipient Sal Giunta and PGA Pro Bubba Watson will be the guests of honor on July 27 at the Second Annual Ravenna Invitational supporting Infinite Hero Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing critical funding to programs that combat mental and physical injuries facing returning military heroes and their families. Proceeds from last year’s inaugural event were close to $100,000, and event organizers expect to double that number in 2015.
Ravenna members Neil Duncan, an Afghanistan veteran and longtime supporter of the Foundation, and Kevin Collins, managing partner at The Club at Ravenna, brought the event to Ravenna for the first time in 2014.
“The golf participants and the Ravenna community enthusiastically supported the Invitational in its first year. We cannot support our veterans enough for their service and sacrifice to our country,” Collins said. “Due to the importance of the cause and its initial success, we are committed to making this The Club at Ravenna’s flagship charity event.”
Held at the Club’s award-winning 18-hole Jay Morrish Championship course, the event is available for up to 22 foursomes to participate and will include a fireside chat with Sal Giunta, Bubba Watson and event co-chairman Neil Duncan. The tournament is open to registered participants only.
Oakley, Inc. will serve as the Infinite Hero event’s founding corporate partner. For decades, Oakley has supported the military by developing technologies that improve the safety, performance and comfort of those whose lives depend on their gear. In turn, the support the company provides covers a large portion of the Foundation’s overhead, allowing the majority of funds received to go directly into grants. To date, Infinite Hero has donated nearly $2 million to 10 different service organizations providing critical support in the areas of mental and physical recovery.
The Infinite Hero Foundation is a non-profit organization, which combats difficult front line issues, both mental and physical, facing returning military heroes and their families. The Foundation funds programs that drive innovation and the accessibility of effective treatments for military heroes and their families dealing with service-related mental and physical injuries.
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