Confronting cancer: Reduce your risk of skin cancer
Official Cancer Center of the PGA TOUR®
As the Official Cancer Center of the PGA TOUR®, MD Anderson shares educational messages with the golf community at several events throughout the season. At the events listed, spectators will find complimentary sunscreen, educational materials, shaded public seating, and the Strike Through Cancer Wall. Please join our mission to end cancer at the following tournaments in 2017.
Shell Houston Open
March 30-April 2, 2017
Golf Club of Houston
THE PLAYERS Championship
May 11-14, 2017
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
September 21-24, 2017
East Lake Golf Club
Official Charity Partner of Topgolf ®
MD Anderson and Topgolf have teamed up to raise awareness and funds for the fight to end cancer. MD Anderson is an Official Charity Partner of Topgolf, a premier entertainment and event venue that offers point-scoring golf games for all skill levels, with more than 40 locations across the U.S. and U.K. During the summer of 2017, Topgolf will share cancer prevention messages throughout venues nationwide, as well as conduct a fundraising campaign with all funds supporting crucial programs at MD Anderson.
RANDY JONES, CANCER SURVIVOR AND PGA PROFESSIONAL
Randy Jones shares his journey with overcoming Stage IV Melanoma
OFFICIAL CANCER CENTER OF THE PGA TOUR®
MD Anderson partners with the PGA TOUR® to fight to end cancer
COLIN MONTGOMERIE, PGA TOUR GOLFER
MD Anderson ambassador Colin Montgomerie: how to reduce your skin cancer risk
PGA TOUR Wives Assoc & Children’s Cancer Hospital
PGA TOUR Wives host Children’s Cancer Hospital patients and siblings in Houston
The Moon Shots Program
The Moon Shots Program™ is a bold forward-thinking platform created to put an end to cancer in our lifetime. MD Anderson has created 10 research platforms with the ultimate outcome of ending cancer forever. Home to one of the largest melanoma and skin cancer clinics in the world, a donation to MD Anderson will help continue making strides in research in the fight against Melanoma.