Caddy For A Cure Announces Participation At The Buick Open

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(June 6, 2008 - Coral Springs, FL) - Caddy For A Cure, Inc., the program that offers golf fans a chance to be inside the ropes to caddy for PGA TOUR players, will be coming up to the beautiful Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club in Grand Blanc, Michigan for the Buick Open with PGA TOUR players Paul Goydos, Dudley Hart and Vaughn Taylor.

The Caddy For A Cure caddie opportunities are offered through online auction services from its website ( 100% of all auction proceeds are donated to charity, including the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, which is the inspiration behind the Caddy For A Cure program. Multiple qualified charities will benefit from the program at the Buick Open, including the Easter Seals of Genesee County, the Red Cross Genesee-Lapeer Chapter, Whaley Children's Center, and many more regional charities as directed by the Buick Open.

The caddy auctions for all players are scheduled to begin on Friday, June 6th and will run for 1-week through Friday, June 13th. The caddy dates will be Tuesday, June 24th for Dudley Hart and Vaughn Taylor and Wednesday, June 25th for Paul Goydos.

"We are really looking forward to participating at this great tournament with these exciting PGA TOUR veterans" commented Russ Holden, Caddy For A Cure program founder and CEO. He continued, "Each of these players brings something different to the table with their skills, experiences and personalities. In addition to many top 10-finishes, all three have had two-PGA TOUR wins in their careers and each of them is having a strong 2008 season. In fact, Goydos had another near win with a recent playoff finish against Sergio Garcia at the Players Championship. A professional golf fan will be thrilled to be able to spend the day with any one of these guys and will come away with an insiders look and experience into the PGA TOUR they will never forget."

For more information go to or call 954-341-4600. Also, find information about official apparel sponsor, Firethorn Golf and program sponsor, Sanford Corporation at and

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