Franklin Templeton Shootout Benefits CureSearch for Children’s Cancer

Posted: February 26, 2013

Franklin Templeton Shootout is a tradition in Southwest Florida, with a long history of supporting CureSearch and other non-profits through the Franklin Templeton Shootout and Franklin Templeton Shootout 5K. The Shootout is Southwest Florida’s only PGA Tour event and is hosted by World Golf Hall of Famer, Greg Norman. This year, the 4th Annual Franklin Templeton Shootout 5K took center stage, promoting a healthy lifestyle and children’s cancer awareness. Participants competed on a self-contained course within the Tuburon Golf community before the start of the tournament on Saturday, December 9th.Now in its 24th year, the tournament has donated $11 million to CureSearch to help fund targeted and innovative children’s cancer research.  This one-of-a-kind event featured 24 of the world’s top professional golfers playing on two-man teams. With their pride on the line, players worked hard to prove themselves and the children’s cancer community that they will do anything for a cure.
Franklin Templeton Shootout Benefits CureSearch for Children’s Cancer was last modified: January 23rd, 2015 by Geoff Duncan

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