Daron Sutton and Mark Grace were talking about this tournament during the top of the ninth inning today. Mark Grace said on air that he will be one of the D'Backs in attendance. We still have a few 4-somes available.
On April 10, 2008 our family will be hosting a very special golf tournament
benefiting the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC).
SARRC is a nonprofit, community-based organization in Phoenix, Arizona. As
parents of an eight-year-old with autism, we are impacted by autism every
day of our lives. We have chosen SARRC as the recipient of the third
annual Sutton's Strokes for Little Folks Golf Tournament because of the
support it has provided our family and thousands of others like us.
Our good friends Daron and Kristin Sutton (Daron is the voice of the
Diamondbacks) have joined us this year to bump the tournament up to the
next level. We'll be offering golf, lunch, goodies bags, prizes and even a
few "surprise guests" out on the course! We thank you in advance for your
Just a few of this years auction items:
· 4 Tickets to an Arizona Diamondbacks game and during the game a unique
opportunity to go behind the scenes and spend an inning in the broadcast
booth sitting beside Daron and Mark Grace while they call the action. A
moment is set aside for a group picture and autographs between innings.
· 4 Tickets to an Arizona Diamondbacks game and your child will walk out
with the Diamondbacks skipper Bob Melvin or a member of his staff to
exchange lineup cards with the visiting team and Major League Baseball
umpires before the game. This prize also includes the opportunity for your
child to have 2 of his or her friends join them for the Mustard, Ketchup
and Relish Hot Dog Race during the game.
· An amazing opportunity for 1 fan to play in a fantasy baseball game on
Chase Field coached by Arizona Diamondbacks coaches or players. You will
receive an Arizona Diamondbacks uniform with your name on the back.
All proceeds from the 3rd Annual Sutton's Strokes for Little Folks to
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center