The Playing for Life Foundation
Benefitting Breast Cancer Research and Survivor Care
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Almost every one of us has a loved one, dear friend, or valued colleague whose life has been forever changed by this insidious disease. It is the most common cancer in women worldwide.

This year, a breast cancer will be newly diagnosed every 2.3 minutes and a woman will die every 13.1 minutes.

One in eight women in The United States will receive a diagnosis of breast cancer in their lifetime.

To raise funds through different platforms such as golf tournaments or other events to benefit breast cancer research for the purpose of finding a cure, cancer prevention, survivor care, support and treatment. As this is an all-volunteer organization. Since 2010, 98% of funds raised have been donated locally to other breast cancer organizations specifically involved with breast cancer research and survivor care, which are also exempt under section 501c3.

Upcoming Events

10th Annual Playing For Life Invitational

August 2015

For more information contact​ 
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100 Holes Charity Event

Promontory Pete Dye Canyon & Jack Nicklaus Painted Valley Courses
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 - Sunrise to Sunset

Promontory will proudly host the 5th Annual ‘Longest Day in Golf’ charity event benefiting the Playing For Life Foundation. 

100% of all donations will be contributed to Huntsman Cancer Institute for breast cancer research, Park City based Image Reborn Foundation for survivor retreats, and Park City based People’s Health Clinic to support Playing For Life Foundation’s free mammogram program.

Returning to play will be:
 •LPGA Golf Professional Cynthia Brown, PC Golf Club & Promontory Member; 
•Park City Golf Club Professional Vaughn Robinson; 
•PGA Professional Luke Martin, Promontory. 
Joining us this year will be 
•Jake Hanley, PGA Golf Professional, Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club.

These professional golfers will attempt to play 100 holes in one day, teeing off at sunrise and playing until they have achieved their goal! Please show your support! Donations may be made in any amount, per hole, eagle, birdie, par, bogie, or any other challenge you can think of!

Donation & Contact Info:
Cynthia Brown: 435-640-2699, 
Luke Martin: 320-491-8519,