The Light Up To Live 3rd annual Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, September 13th at Stonebriar Country Club in Frisco, Texas. The popular golf course is recognized for its superior hospitality and great golf course conditions. Long-drive expert Brian Pavlet of Long Drivers of America will be on hand at the toughest par-5 hole to offer his drive off the tee for a donation to our cause! Breakfast, lunch, awards, prizes and special recognition of supporters will top off a day of golf and fun in support of our Veteran community.
The Light Up To Live Foundation puts polychromatic light therapy systems in the hands of members of the U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans suffering with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI, pain and depression. We connect and support like-minded organizations, charities and services that benefit this community.
This event sells out early, so don’t wait to register.
Attendees can choose to be a one-man show or part of a four-man team. The entry fee for an individual golfer is $250, and $1,000 per team. The entry fee includes lunch, practice balls, green fees, cart, one raffle ticket (per player), free gifts, libations, food and surprises all over the course. Tournament space is limited. Reservations are accepted on a space-available basis. Entry fees are not refundable.
7:30 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
2:00-3:00 p.m. Lunch, Prizes and Awards
Sponsorships to Support Our Veterans
Unable to attend, but still want to support our troops? Don’t worry, we need sponsors too. You can even sponsor a golf activity, individual Veteran player or a Veteran four-man team! Visit Light Up To Live Golf Sponsorship Options to learn about our sponsorship opportunities.
FUNDS RAISED DIRECTLY SUPPORT:
- Polychromatic LED Light Therapy Systems are purchased and donated to other charities that provide physical and emotional therapy to Veterans learning adaptive skills.
- Polychromatic LED Light Therapy Systems are donated for personal use by Veterans who can use the systems at home or away from their physical therapy center.
- Funding of Service Dogs trained specifically for use by Veterans living with Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI and physical injuries to enhance their daily adaptive living needs – including 18 months of training and five years of canine food and veterinary care.