Roxanne Charley's Pretty in Pink Tournament

The Rim Club will host the Roxanne Charley’s Pretty in Pink Tournament for the fifth year this May.

The 20th anniversary of The Rim Club will be commemorated with a series of charity events.

“We wanted to find a way to share the Rim experience with others, as we celebrate 20 years of this fantastic property,” said general manager Sarah Johnson.

The charity events kick off on Friday, April 26 with a scramble tournament to benefit Payson Young Life. Last year, Payson Young Life sent 20 children to camp. Registration for individuals or foursomes is available at https://events.younglife.org/PaysonGolf19.

The following week is the Roxanne Charley Pretty in Pink Tournament.

“This will be our fifth year supporting breast cancer research,” said Johnson. The scramble is sold out.

“So far, we have raised more than $40,000 for breast cancer and we’ll just keep going,” she said.

In the fall is Shelby Day, an annual fundraiser for multiple sclerosis. The golf tournament was originally an appreciation event for member Shelby Yastrow.

The Yastrows match member contributions with their own funds. Shelby Day has raised more than $150,000 to help “Smiling Phil Kill MS.” The majority of recent contributions support stem cell research.

The final charity event of the year is open to both members and non-members. It benefits the Time Out Shelter. Celebrities including comedian and television star David Coulier will join golfers for dinner, a four-person scramble and an awards luncheon Oct. 5-6.

Coulier is known for his role as Joey Gladstone on the ABC comedy “Full House.”

“Through the deep commitment of our members, we’re really gratified to find ways to make a difference in our community,” said Johnson. “I’m personally proud to showcase our course and our team to the world during this 20th Anniversary celebration.”

For more information, sjohnson@therimgolfclub.org or 928-472-1480.

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