SFTK would like to thank Chimera Golf Club for the use of their "The Pavilion" on the golf course. We are incredibly grateful for their continued support and hosting of our tournament.
Teams will register in the entrance way of "The Pavilion". Complimentary player bags and practice balls will provided in the carts and on the driving range.
We look forward to hosting the auction at the conclusion of the lunch.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU REGISTER RIGHT BELOW.
Payment does not register you as a player.
Thank you for enabling us to do what we do for these children and families.
The Swing For Their Kids Holiday Golf tournament enables the purchasing and delivery of the actual Christmas wish lists to the children of fallen Las Vegas Valley police officers killed in the line of duty. By closely working with a liaison from Las Vegas Metro Police Department, the wish lists are obtained from the families and delivered on Christmas Eve by Metro officers to the homes. Once the present budget has been reached, the remaining funds are distributed to the families.
Swing For Their Kids was first held in December of 2014, following the horrific ambush attack on officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo at the CiCi’s Pizza in Las Vegas, NV. The discovery that both officers just having had newborn babies prompted the formation of the tournament by its founder.
Mission statement: Our mission is to support these children whose fathers made the ultimate sacrifice for our order and provide them moments of happiness on Christmas morning.
Officer Alyn Beck was killed in the CICi's pizza incident on June 8, 2014.
Officer Igor Soldo was killed in the CICi's pizza incident on June 8, 2014.
Officer Charleston Hartfield was killed saving lives at the shooting in Las Vegas on Oct 1, 2017.
Detective Chad Parque was killed when his vehicle was struck on Jan 6, 2017.
Officer James Manor was killed responding to a call on May 7, 2007.
*Family no longer in program as
youngest child has turned 18.
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