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Yankees Foundation to hold third annual Pinstripe Bowl Charity Golf Tournament

The New York Yankees Foundation will hold the third annual New York Yankees/New Era Pinstripe Bowl Charity Golf Tournament brought to you by UnitedHealthcare on Monday, May 20, at Westchester Country Club in Rye, N.Y.

Net proceeds from the event will benefit the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Pediatric Cancer Center, Tourette Syndrome Association of Central New Jersey, Boomer Esiason Foundation Fighting Cystic Fibrosis and UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation. In just two years, more than 400 individuals have participated in the tournament and in excess of $200,000 has been raised for charity.

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Registration and lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start for the scramble-format tournament. A cocktail reception, dinner and an awards presentation will take place at 6:30 p.m. For more information, fans can call (646) 977-8400.

This year's event includes select head coaches from Big East football and basketball teams, New York Yankees alumni and broadcasters, as well as former New York Giants football players (please see list below).

Westchester Country Club offers two championship Golf Courses and a nine-hole Executive Course. The West Course continues to be a regular location for professional golf events, including the Westchester Classic, Buick Classic and most recently, The Barclays (the first of four stops on the FedEx Tour). Westchester Country Club also hosted the Senior Players Championship in 2011.

The New Era Pinstripe Bowl will take place this year on Saturday, December 28, at Yankee Stadium, pitting a team from the Big East Conference against a representative from the Big 12 Conference.

 

Scheduled to attend*:

Mark Bavaro, former New York Giants tight end

Ralph Branca, former Yankees player

Brian Cashman, Yankees General Manager

David Cone, YES Network Broadcaster, former Yankees player

Don Criqui, CBS sportscaster

Bill Evans, WABC-TV Weatherman

John Flaherty, YES Network Broadcaster, former Yankees player

Kyle Flood, Rutgers Head Football Coach

Dr. Darryl Gross, Syracuse University Athletic Director

Ron Guidry, former Yankees player

Mitch Henderson, Princeton Head Basketball Coach

Pat Kelly, former Yankees player

Chris Koch, CEO of New Era Cap Company

Randy Levine, Yankees President

Lee Mazzilli, former Yankees player

Jack McCallum, Sports Illustrated writer

Don McPherson, former Syracuse quarterback

Jesse Palmer, ESPN Analyst

Luke Petitgout, former New York Giants offensive lineman

Mickey Rivers, former Yankees player

Scott Shafer, Syracuse Head Football Coach

Scott Shannon, WPLJ Radio personality

Amani Toomer, former New York Giants wide receiver

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