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Dave and Cheryl Rose Classic

  • 7:45 am
  • 5000 West Alpine Country Club Lane, Highland, UT 84003
  • (801) 572-3817

Join us for the 2019 Dave and Cheryl Rose Classic!

This exciting event will be held at the Alpine Country Club in Highland, UT on Monday, May 20, 2019, We hope to see you there!

100% of donations go directly to support the Huntsman Cancer Foundation! There are some exciting things happening in the field of cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute. You can learn more about the latest in the fight to eradicate cancer here: Huntsman Cancer Foundation News

Event Schedule

7:45-8:00 AM – Golfer check-in; breakfast

8:30 AM – Ceremonial Tee Shots to launch 2018 Event

9:30 AM Shotgun start

Huntsman Cancer golf trophies

Pre-tournament contest:

Putting contest– sponsored by Golf To Eradicate Cancer
Dave and Cheryl Rose Classic


Event day Donations:
A donation of $100 entitles the donor to 5 Grand Drawing Opportunity tickets.
A donation of $25 entitles the donor to one Grand Drawing Opportunity ticket.

Grand Drawing Opportunity prizes include:
# 1 Samsung 78” curved TV $4,000

# 2 Los Cabos Condo 5 night stay $2,000

# 3 (4) Lower bowl Jazz Tickets & Dinner $1,200

# 4 BYU Basket Legend Ticket for 4 and more $1,000

#5 Callaway Golf Clubs and cart bag $1,000

#6 Jeremy Ranch/ Hidden Valley/Range Finder $1,360

#7 Stay & Play – St. George, Clarion, Desert Garden Inn,
Entrada, Green Springs $1,200

Silent Auction Items
#1 Pro-Form Tour de France Exercise Bike $2,000

#2 Yardley Spa and Golf Package $1,200

#3 Specialized Rock climber bike $545

#4 TaylorMade Cart Bag $169

#5 TaylorMade Wedge $149

#6 Jon Huntsman Autographed Book $100

#7 Hidden Valley Foursome $360

#8 Ceremonial Driver $300

Long Drive Hole #6 by Corey Wooley, Long Drive Champion
Team donation of $60 includes 4 drives w/guaranteed 150-yard second shot plus two mulligans per player.

Tournament Rules:
Format: Four-person Shamble
Please designate one player from each group as captain to be responsible for correct
scorecard and course maintenance such as replacing divots, etc.
Men play from Blue Tees; Seniors (65+) play from White Tees; Women play from Silver Tees
All players hit a tee shot, and the best drive is selected.
Each player then plays their own ball until it is “holed out”.
USGA rules apply
Record scores for each player.
2 Best balls will be scored. No score more than double bogey need be posted.
Winning team will be the lowest score of 2 best balls on the team for 18 holes.
PGA/LPGA Professionals are excluded from all HIO Contests.