LPGA Players help Maui youth by playing in the Aloha Team Classic - 2009
hosted by the Beyond the Rainbow Foundation
September 25, 2009 - Maui - LPGA Players will be spending a week in Maui in October to support Beyond the Rainbow Foundation, an all volunteer organization hosting the Aloha Team Classic - 2009. Amateur participants from around the country will play golf on three of Maui's world famous championship golf courses from October 18 - 21, 2009 in a two person team format tournament; The King Kamehameha Golf Club, Kapalua Resort's Bay Course and Kapalua Resort's Plantation Courses.
LPGA players will play along side the participants for 1, 2 or all 3 rounds and the participants will have the opportunity to play with a different LPGA player each day. The experience will be more than a typical Pro/Am as the LPGA player will be the golfer's coach for the day. LPGA players will be helping in any way that fits the golfer's preference - reading putts, helping with club selection, discussing the best ways to improve course management as well as about swing and shot technique. This will truly be a unique opportunity for amateurs to see how the game is meant to be played.
The LPGA players currently scheduled to participate include Kim Welch (winner of the Big Break Kaanapali), Jeanne Cho-Hunicke (runner-up of the Big Break Hawaii), Anna Grzebien, and Angela Jerman (Beyond the Rainbow Foundation's LPGA spokesperson).
Hosted by Beyond the Rainbow Foundation, an all volunteer organization "Helping Maui's youth realize the promise of their future!" incorporated in the State of Hawaii as a nonprofit corporation and designated a 501(c)(3)public charity by the Internal Revenue Service.
For all the information and to register for this once in a lifetime golf experience call Beyond the Rainbow Foundation at 800-541-7357 from 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. PT. www.alohateamclassic.org