Please join us for the 4th Annual Trunk Slammers Invitational presented by DeCurtis Corporation benefiting the 1Voice Foundation on April 21, 2018. 

The first three TSI tournaments have given us so many great memories with friends new and old while helping us raise much-needed funds for children with cancer and their families. It’s fun that you can feel good about, and we’re sure you won’t want to miss what we have in store for this year!  

The event includes a 4-person scramble, a delicious lunch and an awards reception with dinner immediately following the fun on the course. Fun on the course includes but is not limited to: long drive contest, closest to the pin, a trick shot artist, a pneumatic golf gun hole, drink stations every four holes, amazing raffle packages and our soon-to-be-famous costume contest. Raffle prizes and more contests will be announced closer to the tournament. 

Register now, remember to invite your friends to play and thank you for supporting the 1Voice Foundation.

About 1Voice

The 1Voice Foundation focuses on key areas that need to come together under ONE organization in order to make a dramatic impact on childhood cancer in our community. Their mission is to support children with cancer and their families by connecting them with financial, emotional and educational CARE while funding research for tomorrow’s CURE. 1Voice is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, nonprofit corp.  More detailed information can be found at 

1Voice focuses on 3 primary areas:
•    The Cause - Providing families with vital information and resources about various forms of childhood cancer, treatment facilities and options.

•    The Care - Providing families with support and assistance, both emotionally and financially, during their battle against childhood cancer.

•    The Cure - Funding research that will lead to treatments that are less toxic to children and increase survival rates.

As you consider the financial commitment to this tournament as a sponsor or player or both, please do not think about the associated cost being an investment solely in terms of sponsorship. The investment is not in a tee sign or a hole in one prize. The investment you are making can help offset the cost of chemotherapy for a child. The investment you are making may provide funds that allow a parent to maintain their employment while one of their children receives treatment rather than leaving work and taking on significant financial hardship compounding the already traumatic, emotional situation pediatric cancer brings about.  

A Message from our Second Annual Tournament and our Late friend, Richard "Stuck" Zeller