June 23–24, 2024
The Founders’ Board is Proud to Host the 64th Pro Am and Dinner on the Bluff Presented by Wintrust
Celebrating our 64th consecutive year, this summer's Pro Am will support the Founders' Board new $4M commitment to the Lurie Children's Heart Center.
DINNER ON THE BLUFF
SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2024 | SHOREACRES
The Dinner on the Bluff will kick off the Pro Am weekend with a dinner overlooking Lake Michigan at Shoreacres in Lake Bluff. Golfers, civic leaders, community members and hospital leaders are invited to gather with members of the Founders’ Board for an outdoor cocktail reception, dinner and an inspiring program.
PRO AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
MONDAY, JUNE 24, 2024 | ONWENTSIA CLUB
Amateur foursomes will be paired with golf professionals from prestigious private country clubs across the country. Groups of five golfers (four amateurs and one professional) will tee off at Onwentsia Club in either a morning or an afternoon round and will have the opportunity to participate in either the Best Ball or Scramble format.
Congenital Heart Disease
1 in 100
children are diagnosed
cause of death for children
in survival since 1990
50% of children
undergoing heart surgery will suffer a brain injury
|Designation & Recognition
In All Collateral As:
|Presenting Sponsor of the Lurie Children's Pro Amateur Golf Championship
|Co-Host of the Youth Golf Clinic
|Co-Host of the Dinner on the Bluff
|Co-Host of the 19th Hole Awards Party
|Playing Spots in the Pro Am
Monday, June 24
|Tickets to the Dinner on the Bluff
Sunday, June 23
Invitation, Program Book, Event Signage & Website
(estimated event attendance up to 500 individuals)
|Corporate Champions Membership
See Benefits Below
Email Communications, Social Media
|Opportunity to Volunteer at the First Tee Youth Golf Clinic
Sunday, June 23
Thank you to the following corporations, organizations and individuals for helping to support the 2024 Lurie Children’s Pro Amateur Golf Championship.
The Pro Am has a notable history dating back to 1960 when Sissy Wheeler first presented the idea of a pro-amateur golf fundraiser to her fellow members of the hospital’s Founders’ Board. Little did Mrs. Wheeler know that her idea would inspire the support and involvement of thousands and create a tradition of giving that continues to thrive today.