Qualify at Rio Secco Golf Club to Play In Ernie Els For Autism Event

Las Vegas, Nevada (August 24, 2011)–All golfers in Las Vegas–visiting or local–have the chance to qualify for the Grand Finale of the Ernie Els for Autism event. Els is inviting amateur golfers to enter two-person teams to take part in the Els for Autism Golf Challenge, the largest charity-driven national golf series in U.S. history. There are 30 Super Regional events taking place nationwide from May – September, with a Grand Finale hosted by Ernie in Las Vegas in October. One of the Super Regional events is being hosted at Rio Secco Golf Club on Thursday, September 22, 2011.–Staff report.

There are three ways for your team to make it to the final – be the low net winner, the highest fundraiser or raise $10,000 more and automatically qualify. Grand Finale prizes include luxury trips to South Africa, South America and England courtesy of Mantis and sets of Callaway golf clubs complete with bag and customized fitting. Get involved by entering a team or sponsoring a team at e4agolf.com,

Las Vegas' Rio Secco Golf Club is a Rees Jones golf course that plays host to the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge and other major tournaments. This Las Vegas golf course is also the home to the Butch Harmon School of Golf in addition to the beautiful T-mates female caddies. Click to the previous links to view the Harmon School and T-Mates.

The $400 Super Regional team entry fee to the qualifier includes the golf, cart, breakfast, lunch and tournament gifts. Participants will be competing for the chance to qualify for the Grand Finale, which will be hosted by Ernie in Las Vegas on October 23rd & 24th at TPC Summerlin, the host course for Las Vegas' PGA Tour event. Grand Finale prizes include luxury trips to South Africa, South America and England courtesy of Mantis and sets of Callaway golf clubs complete with bag and customized fitting. There are three ways for a team competing in a Super Regional event to make it the final – be the low net winner, the highest fundraiser or raise $10,000 more and automatically qualify.

Once teams sign up they are given a dedicated team webpage to personalize and send out to friends and colleagues, asking them to sponsor their team. We ask each two-person team to do their best to raise a minimum of $2,500 (including entry fee) and as a fun incentive all teams that reach this milestone will be entered into a draw to win an ultimate 7-day ultimate IRISH LINKS golf tour to Ireland. Essentially teams start competing the minute they sign up! Whilst fundraising is encouraged it is not a prerequisite of taking part. Proceeds from the Golf Challenge will go to the Els for Autism Foundation and be used to create the Els Center of Excellence that will reach out to help children on the autism spectrum across the U.S and internationally.

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