2018 RealShare Healthcare
 
11th Annual RealShare Healthcare Golf Tournament

December 5, 2018



Join us for our 11th Annual RealShare Healthcare Golf Tournament at Padre Course at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa on December 5th. Take in the breathtaking views and challenging water holes while you enjoy award winning golf and network on the green on the Padre Course known for its strategic layout, challenging water holes, and had its 18th hole voted the best water hole in the state by Arizona Golf Magazine.

The tournament with begin at 12:30 p.m. (tee time) with a shotgun start and will be played in a scramble format. A boxed lunch will be provided at 12:00 p.m. Noon, so make sure to get there early! (Times subject to change based on participation).

The tournament fee is $225 per person or $800 per foursome and includes a shuttle to the course, golf cart, GPS, range balls, super ticket raffle and a boxed lunch. (If you would like to rent clubs, you can do so directly with the Golf Shop).

EVENT DAY HIGHLIGHTS


PRE-EVENT

 Boxed Lunch

ON COURSE

 18 Holes of Golf
 Long Drive Contest - The winner receives a certificate for two (2) tickets to a professional sporting event (NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NASCAR or PGA) in their area
 Closest to the Pin Contest -  - The winner receives a certificate for two (2) tickets to a professional sporting event (NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NASCAR or PGA) in their area
 On-Course Beverage Cart, Post Event Reception
 Four (4) Par 3 Hole in One Contests Including: Pebble Beach Golf Trip For Two; Three (3) $1,000 Gift Cards

POST-GOLF

 Opening Reception for Conference at Camel Back Resort
ABOUT THE PADRE COURSE:

From the mind of world-renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills comes a course that promises an enjoyable and unforgettable golf adventure. The Padre Golf Course in Scottsdale features towering trees, subtle landforms and impressive bunkering to sharpen your game. This 6,903-yard, par 72 design is known for its strategic layout, challenging water holes, and had its 18th hole voted the best water hole in the state by Arizona Golf Magazine.