What We Do
24 hour golf tournament hosted by TPC Sugarloaf to raise money for pediatric cancer research.
Mason’s journey began in September, 2013 at age 7 when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Like so many little warriors battling pediatric cancer, the treatments, medications, and doctor visits can be overwhelming and life altering. Throughout the battle, when physically able, Mason found opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities, sports, time with friends, and giving his sister a hard time. Just a few days shy of his 11th birthday, Mason’s battle came to an end.
Although this event is hosted in memory of Mason, it is for all the children and families fighting a deadly disease daily. Every year, TPC Sugarloaf’s team hosts this event to raise awareness and much needed funds in a fight for a cure. Golfers play for 24 hours straight, through exhaustion, back pain, headaches, and tired feet, experiencing just a small amount of the pain and exhaustion a child going through treatment for cancer can feel.
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
This is our current logo. We want to keep the yellow which symbolizes pediatric cancer. This is a golf tournament so ideally golf needs to be incorporated. Looking for an updated and more professional feeling logo.
UPDATE: We would like the stars or something with a "nighttime" feel to be incorporated as this tournament is played through the middle of the night. Mason's favorite color was camo so we would also like to add that in somehow. The photo that we use of mason has a crooked cowboy hat on him so we were also thinking that might be cool to incorporate.