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Bid on the golf trip of a lifetime!

Those with a passion for golf can appreciate the qualities of balance, grace, and precision – words that aptly describe Lexus automobiles. Those who play the game also appreciate the virtues of competition, generosity and charity – all of which can be found in the Lexus Champions for Charity Program. Beginning with 63 events in 1989, Lexus Championsfor Charity has helped raise over $520 million for worthy causes throughout the country. 


• December 6-10, 2023


• Pebble Beach Golf Links

• The Links at Spanish Bay

• Spyglass Hill Golf Course


• 54-hole event, three days of play, 18 holes/day

• Two-person better ball, Amateurs Only

• All players must have verified handicaps and must present handicap cards at tournament registration; percentage of handicap will be used


• Includes transportation between Monterey Peninsula or San Jose International Airports and Pebble Beach Resorts, as well as transportation among tournament sites

• Guest Program package available at additional cost

• Participants are responsible for their own airfare and accommodations unless otherwise arranged through the local charity tournament. The host hotel for the Lexus Champions for Charity National Championship will be The Inn at Spanish Bay. All arrangements at The Inn must be made through a Lexus Champions for Charity representative.


A day when a round of golf can help fight cancer and find cures; a day to cultivate lasting business relationships with clients, prospects and area business leaders. This year, the Greater Cleveland Golf Classic is celebrating 18 years of saving lives on the Canterbury Golf Course; raising over $3.5 million dollars to help fund the mission of the American Cancer Society.


Our 2023 Greater Cleveland Golf Classic will be held August 13 & 14. Check out our available Sponsorship and player packages!

Learn more about Cleveland's premier golf event & Sunday Reception, that is celebrating 18 years of saving lives on the golf course this year.

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A gift today means the American Cancer Society can continue to attack cancer from every angle. Cancer patients thank you! 



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"Research funded by the American Cancer Society led to a medication that saved my life."

When Jim was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, he didn’t think he’d live many years. He even told people if he lived five years that would be a good run. The 25-plus-year survivor, who has been in six clinical trials, believes research is the reason that cancer is no longer a death sentence.

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