Wednesday, May 8, 2013

“Take a Swing for Seniors” to Benefit Federation Partner Seacrest Village Retirement Communities

Guardians of San Diego will host its 22nd Annual Golf & Tennis Tournament, “Take a Swing for Seniors” presented by The William Gumpert Foundation on Monday, July 29th at Del Mar Country Club with Devin Chodorow, John Kassar and Kevin Wunderly serving as Co-Chairs. The annual tournament raises funds to benefit Seacrest Village’s Resident Assistance Fund, and over 100 golf and tennis players are expected to attend to support the scholarship program for current and future residents who have depleted their financial resources. The day will celebrate the many residents and families whose lives have been transformed as a result of the care and services they receive at Seacrest Village.

The Guardians’ annual tournament has proven to be a successful, fun, and well-attended event. At this serene location, golfers experience ambling brooks, crystal lakes and cascading waterfalls. A double-sided driving range with target greens ensures both space and privacy, while the fairways and greens are noted for their impeccable maintenance ensuring golf at its finest. Tennis players will compete in round robin play on six tennis courts identical in surface and color to the courts used at the U.S. Open. 

Golf and tennis registration fees include lunch on the course, green or tennis court fees, golf cart, snacks and beverages, access to the resort facilities, all contests including longest drive, closest to the pin, straightest drive and two hole-in-one contests, post-tournament cocktail reception and a special commemorative gift. The evening reception will include an opportunity drawing for five iPads as well as an exciting silent auction.

New Early Bird pricing of $450 per golfer, $500 per golfer after July 4th. Individual tickets for tennis players are $225 each. Please contact Carina Burns, Special Events and Public Relations Coordinator for event information or sponsorship opportunities at 760-516-2003 or


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