February 15, 2011

Registration Open for the Second Annual Vanderbilt Dayani Golf Scramble

April 28
Vanderbilt Legends Club
Shot Gun Start
1 p.m.
Dinner to follow
Fully Stocked Beverage Cart Available

The Vanderbilt Dayani Golf Scramble’s purpose is to raise funds for those who suffer from cardiac and pulmonary disease, the No. 1 and No. 4 killers of Americans. Both The American Heart Association and American Lung association work toward creating healthier lives by researching the prevention of cardiovascular and lung disease.

The Vanderbilt Dayani Center’s Cardiac and Pulmonary rehabilitation programs work with individuals who suffer from COPD, emphysema and those who have had heart attacks, coronary bypass surgery or have received a heart or lung transplant.

Funds raised through our golf scramble will be donated to the American Heart Association and American Lung Association. A great percentage of funds raised by both organizations comes right back to our community here at Vanderbilt.

Entry fee: $135/person or $500/team of four
Fee includes: range balls, greens fees, golf carts and dinner
(Grilled steak, chicken and pulled pork cook-out, plus sides)

We hope you will strongly consider supporting our team. Cardiovascular disease, stroke, and different forms of pulmonary disease threaten many Americans. With your help, we can further support our families, friends, neighbors and others in our community by giving generously to reduce disability and save lives.

Phone: 322-4751
Website: www.dayanicenter.org

Please contact Jeremy McNatt at Jeremy.k.mcnatt@vanderbilt.edu for a registration form.