Join us on November 4, 2021 for the Play Yellow St. Louis golf tournament at Topgolf.
For many years Jack Nicklaus wore yellow to show his support for Craig, a young man battling cancer. Craig was passionate young fan in Jack’s hometown of Columbus, Ohio. He was diagnosed in 1968 with a rare bone cancer (Ewing Sarcoma) that would tragically end his life in June of 1971 at age 13. Jack would call him frequently, and during one conversation following a win, Craig said he predicted victory because he was wearing his lucky yellow shirt...
Today, Jack and wife Barbara Nicklaus are inviting you to get involved in your local community's Play Yellow tournament to show your support for kids like Craig at your children’s hospital.
Who are you supporting when you participate?
When you support Play Yellow St. Louis, you are supporting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater St. Louis, which fundraises for sick and injured kids treated at St. Louis Children's Hospital and SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. When you donate to CMN-STL, your donations stay local, helping kids in our community.
How do you participate in Play Yellow?
Register for our Play Yellow St. Louis tournament at Topgolf. Topgolf has taken all the perks of a traditional golf tournament and made it more social and exciting. This event is open to all ages and all ability levels.
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