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St. Jude Evening Under the Stars party

St. Jude Evening Under the Stars party
Event on 2018-11-03 18:00:00
More than 1,100 guests are anticipated to attend the festivities hosted by event chairs Holly and Doug Brooks and emceed by Scott Murray of Murray Media. Events like this help ensure families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food – because all a family should worry about is helping their child live. Last year’s events raised more than .68 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.The dinner event will take place at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Omni Dallas Hotel. Co-chaired by Cindy and Charlie Feld, the evening program will celebrate the efforts of NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame star Tim Brown and his wife Sherice. There will be a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions, and entertainment by the Ice House Band. Individual tickets are 0 and sponsorship opportunities are available for a limited time.

at Omni Dallas Hotel
555 S Lamar St
Dallas, United States

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TOURNAMENT INFO
Course: TPC Southwind
Location: Memphis, TN
Def. Champ: Brian Gay – USA, 262 (18-under)
Start Date: June 10, 2010
Par: 35-35–70
Yards: 7239
Purse: ,600,000

Weather Information:
89°F ,Scattered Clouds, Wind 6 mph,Humidity 57%

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Robert Allenby E 8:28 AM (ET) – – – –
Stephen Ames E 1:28 PM (ET) – – – –
Stuart Appleby E 8:28 AM (ET) – – – –
Woody Austin E 1:57 PM (ET) – – – –
Rich Barcelo E 9:35 AM (ET) – – – –
Craig Barlow E 2:06 PM (ET) – – – –
Cameron Beckman E 8:28 AM (ET) – – – –
Matt Bettencourt E 9:16 AM (ET) – – – –
Henrik Bjornstad E 2:35 PM (ET) – – – –
Justin Bolli E 9:44 AM (ET) – – – –
Guy Boros E 9:25 AM (ET) – – – –
Craig Bowden E 2:16 PM (ET) – – – –
Michael Bradley E 1:38 PM (ET) – – – –
Mark Brooks E 8:09 AM (ET) – – – –
Jonathan Byrd E 2:06 PM (ET) – – – –
Chad Campbell E 1:00 PM (ET) – – – –
Jim Carter E 2:06 PM (ET) – – – –
Alex Cejka E 1:47 PM (ET) – – – –
Daniel Chopra E 8:47 AM (ET) – – – –
Michael Clark II E 9:25 AM (ET) – – – –
Chad Collins E 9:06 AM (ET) – – – –
Michael Connell E 9:35 AM (ET) – – – –
Ben Crane E 8:38 AM (ET) – – – –
John Daly E 1:57 PM (ET) – – – –
Marco Dawson E 1:19 PM (ET) – – – –
Glen Day E 1:19 PM (ET) – – – –
Brent Delahoussaye E 2:54 PM (ET) – – – –
Jay Delsing E 8:19 AM (ET) – – – –
Chris DiMarco E 1:47 PM (ET) – – – –
James Driscoll E 2:06 PM (ET) – – – –
Jason Dufner E 2:06 PM (ET) – – – –
Joe Durant E 1:09 PM (ET) – – – –
Steve Elkington E 8:09 AM (ET) – – – –
Bob Estes E 9:35 AM (ET) – – – –
Matt Every E 2:54 PM (ET) – – – –
Steve Flesch E 8:38 AM (ET) – – – –
Martin Flores E 2:35 PM (ET) – – – –
Harrison Frazar E 1:19 PM (ET) – – – –
Robin Freeman E 2:16 PM (ET) – – – –
Jim Gallagher, Jr. E 1:47 PM (ET) – – – –
Robert Garrigus E 8:00 AM (ET) – – – –
Brian Gay E 8:28 AM (ET) – – – –
Mathew Goggin E 2:25 PM (ET) – – – –
Retief Goosen E 1:38 PM (ET) – – – –
Jason Gore E 9:16 AM (ET) – – – –
David Gossett E 9:35 AM (ET) – – – –
Jeff Gove E 8:19 AM (ET) – – – –
Paul Goydos E 1:19 PM (ET) – – – –
Nathan Green E 1:28 PM (ET) – – – –
Mathias Gronberg E 8:00 AM (ET) – – – –
Todd Hamilton E 1:57 PM (ET) – – – –
Padraig Harrington E 8:38 AM (ET) – – – –
J.J. Henry E 2:25 PM (ET) – – – –
Mark Hensby E 9:06 AM (ET) – – – –
Tim Herron E 1:57 PM (ET) – – – –
Charley Hoffman E 2:16 PM (ET) – – – –
J.B. Holmes E 8:28 AM (ET) – – – –
Charles Howell III E 8:09 AM (ET) – – – –
John Huston E 8:00 AM (ET) – – – –
Ryuji Imada E 8:38 AM (ET) – – – –
Fredrik Jacobson E 2:16 PM (ET) – – – –
Lee Janzen E 1:00 PM (ET) – – – –
Zach Johnson E 8:38 AM (ET) – – – –
Richard Johnson E 1:47 PM (ET) – – – –
Kent Jones E 9:06 AM (ET) – – – –
Robert Karlsson E 1:57 PM (ET) – – – –
Jonathan Kaye E 1:19 PM (ET) – – – –
Skip Kendall E 1:00 PM (ET) – – – –
Greg Kraft E 8:47 AM (ET) – – – –
Cliff Kresge E 1:00 PM (ET) – – – –
Grant Leaver E 2:35 PM (ET) – – – –
Justin Leonard E 1:38 PM (ET) – – – –
Spencer Levin E 2:25 PM (ET) – – – –
J.L. Lewis E 8:09 AM (ET) – – – –
Frank Lickliter II E 8:09 AM (ET) – – – –
Steve Lowery E 8:47 AM (ET) – – – –
Bill Lunde E 1:47 PM (ET) – – – –
David Lutterus E 2:35 PM (ET) – – – –
Jarrod Lyle E 2:44 PM (ET) – – – –
Will MacKenzie E 8:47 AM (ET) – – – -2009 Champion:Brian Gay
Debut: 1994 Height: 5-10 Born: 12/14/1971
Handedness: R Weight: 155 Birthplace: Ft. Worth, Texas
College: Florida Resides: Windermere, Florida

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