Registration

Golf Foursome - $20,000

  • 1 Foursome/4 players in the CFI Tournament
  • Invitation for each player and a guest to the Welcome Par-Tee and Concert
  • Invitation for each player and a guest to the Gala Dinner and Auction
Golf Individual - $5,000
  • 1 player in the CFI Tournament
  • Invitation for player and a guest to the Welcome Par-Tee and Concert
  • Invitation for player and a guest to the Gala Dinner and Auction
Twilight Pass - $1,500
  • Invitation for two to the Welcome Par-Tee and Concert
  • Invitation for two to the Gala Dinner and Auction
Twilight - Fill a Table - $6,750
  • Purchase 5 Twilight Passes for a discounted rate and bring your friends by filling a table for Sunday!
  • Invitation for 10 to the Welcome Par-Tee and Concert
  • Invitation for 10 to the Gala Dinner and Auction
 
   

Please make checks payable and mail to:
Nicklaus Children's Health Care Foundation
Attn: Rachel Azqueta
11770 US Highway One, Ste. 308
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
 
 

Donate Now

If you cannot attend, please consider a charitable contribution to support these important organizations
 
 
 
For more information, contact Creighton Farms at RBlumer @creightonfarms.com,
or call (703) 957-4807.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


  Beneficiaries

 

  
 
Founded by Jack and Barbara Nicklaus in 2004, the Foundation provides access to world-class health care for all children and supports innovative programs focused on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of childhood illness.
 
 
 
The National PKU Alliance works to improve the lives of individuals with PKU and pursue a cure.  PKU is a rare brain-threatening disease that affects about 16,500 children and adults in the U.S.  The NPKUA provides information, support and advocacy for families living with PKU and invests in targeted peer reviewed research for the development of better therapies and a cure.
 
 
Hope for Hudson
At the birth of a new child, parents have such grand hopes in all that they will become.  No one hopes for a rare disease that without unimaginable dietary restrictions, they would become developmentally, intellectually, and neurologically disabled in less than a year.  When Hudson was born in December 2013, the state-mandated newborn screening test identified elevated levels in phenylalanine indicating that he most likely was affected with PKU.  Further testing confirmed the diagnosis for life.