The Tucson Memorial returns May 12-14th, 2017, w/a Junior WPH Benefit Tournament designed to help raise funds to further Junior Development. This marks the first time the WPH has hosted the Player’s Championship at their Home Club (TRC) in Tucson, AZ – Donations are encouraged, but you are not asked to pay an entry fee to play. “We want you to donate or give what you think is best, or nothing at all,” says WPH Director, Dave Vincent. “It’s our goal to get those who travel long distances and the locals involved in our initiatives, plus it’s a great way to see our organization at work. Please consider playing, helping, donating and supporting our event in May.”
The Memorial will feature Junior Divisions, Age Division play, Pro/Am Doubles and Skilled Classes. Pro Player Clinics all tournament long, plus Hospitality galore; non-stop food and drink. *Special pro/am doubles is a winner-takes-all event and is the only division asking for a fee. All monies will go back into the pot!
This is the season finale of the professional handball tour, by the WPH and will feature the biggest names in men’s Senior 40+, Women’s Touring Pros, Qualifiers and Elite Men.
Anyone can enter and play (even in the pros)!!
This is a No Entry Fee Event – Enter on line and pay no fee to participate. WPH does require each participant to be a current Player’s Card Holder (Membership) and they ask all participants to make a donation to Junior WPH:
3561 E Sunrise Drive #125
Tucson, AZ, 85718
*All donations are tax-deductible as the WPH is a 501(c)3 Tax-Exempt Foundation
Seats are very limited w/four rows of ten & balcony viewing. Contact Jeff Healam for your purchase: firstname.lastname@example.org
WPH will film and broadcast these games at www.race4eight.com or you can watch court side. Contact us for details (below).
All WPH Players will use the R48Pro Handball (qualifiers, Senior 40+ & Elite Men); except the women, as voted by the players. Women will use the Red 21, by the USHA.
See WPH for Code of Conduct, Player’s Agreements, Rules and General Tournament Questions: email@example.com
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