Golf News for Wednesday, March 6, 2013 | Charity

Golf to End Cancer online raffle for 2013 Masters Tournament trip

MALIBU, Calif. -- Those seeking the ultimate golf fan experience need look no further than an online raffle being run by Golf to End Cancer in which the grand prize is a VIP experience for two to the 2013 Masters Tournament.

Raffle tickets are just $20 (three for $50, 10 for $150), and the grand prize includes:

• Accommodations for four days and three nights in a condominium or townhouse two miles from Augusta National
• Two Masters badges for both the Thursday (April 11) and Friday (April 12) rounds
• Three days of hospitality at Club Magnolia just outside the gates of Augusta National - including five-star dining, premium open bar, a beer garden, putting green, massages, a poker room and more
• Masters gifts
• Transportation

Fans can enter at or at The total estimated value of the prize package is $8,500, and the online raffle ends April 2 at 1 p.m. Central Time.

Masters week is April 8-14, 2013. Golf to End Cancer has no official of implied affiliation with the Masters Tournament or Augusta National Golf Club.

All funds generated by the online raffle will go toward supporting the work of Golf To End Cancer, a program of the Marathon Of Miracles (a 501c3 non profit on a mission to help end cancer in our lifetime through wellness and cancer prevention education). Golf To End Cancer includes a social media presence, a membership program and events such as Miracle Wellness Days, The G2EC Putting Challenge and golf tournaments held across the United States to promote wellness and cancer prevention education among individuals and families around the world.

"We are thrilled to be able to offer this exciting raffle for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the Masters," said Ed Woronicz, Executive Director of Golf To End Cancer and a Class A member of the PGA of America for 32 years. "For golf fans, there's no more desirable ticket, and no tougher ticket to get, than one to Augusta. We feel this is a terrific opportunity not only to raise funds for a worthy cause, but also to help bring attention to Golf to End Cancer and the tremendous potential that golf has to spread the word about healthy lifestyle choices."

Golf to End Cancer is supported by Celebrity Charitable Network, the non-profit foundation run by Pro Football Hall of Famer Chris Doleman, who played 15 years in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons.

"I have partnered with and support Golf To End Cancer because of the meaningful work they are doing to promote healthy lifestyles and the help they provide the many families affected by cancer. Please join me in supporting their life changing mission."

Golf to End Cancer (G2EC) is a program of the Marathon of Miracles (MOM) 501(c)3 nonprofit, promoting wellness and cancer prevention education and assisting families affected by cancer through its networking web site (, social media pages, corporate partnerships, Miracle Wellness Day events, G2EC Putting Challenge events and the G2EC Marathon event. MOM is a 6-year-old nonprofit founded by writer, producer and TV host A.J. Ali and his wife Jane, a breast cancer survivor.

Celebrity Charitable Network was created to provide celebrities, athletes, companies and non-profits access to the tools and knowledge they need in order to help them make a significant impact in their fundraising and social good efforts. Founded in 2011 by Pro Football Hall of Famer Chris Doleman, Celebrity Charitable Network delivers a diverse network of cutting edge web platforms that are changing the way fundraising is done. For more information on Celebrity Charitable Network visit

Celebrity Charitable Network
Greg Ball - Brener Zwikel & Associates Public Relations
760-271-9183 (office/cell)

Golf to End Cancer
A.J. Ali - Co-Founder and Chief Vision Officer

Edmund Woronicz - Executive Director