Grab your clubs and come out to the annual Rinken’s Rounds Against Cancer Golf Tournament to raise funds for local children’s charities on Sunday, October 11 at Willow Run Golf Course. It is a 2-person scramble,
18-hole golf tournament with a 1:00 p.m shotgun start and dinner and awards to follow. The tournament is hosted by the Rinken family and Willow Run Golf Course.
Willow Run Golf Course is donating 100 percent of the proceeds to Ian Rinken’s three favorite charities: Make-A-Wish® South Dakota, Camp Bring it On, and Cure Kids Cancer. Vern Eide Motorcars has sponsored a $10,000 hole-in-one prize and The GreatLIFE Cares Foundation has also pledged to match the first $3,000 raised.
Registration is $150 per team and to register, visit the Willow Run Golf Course, call 605-335-5900, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ian Rinken
At the age of 3, Ian Rinken teed off against his first opponent: cancer. During and after his 38-months of cancer treatment, Ian’s home-away-from-home became the Willow Run Golf Course. In and out of the hospital, weak from chemo, and unable do normal activities with other kids, Ian found an opportunity to be a kid on the golf course—chipping, putting, and playing with golfers at Willow Run. After Rinken’s successful rounds against cancer, he kept his eye on his next birdie. Now a junior at SDSU, Ian is healthy and playing on the South Dakota State men's golf team. Ian is a wish kid and was granted his wish to go to Walt Disney World in 1999.