The KATE KUP is April 20-22
VIP Players Party
Adult Cocktail Party
Thursday, April 20, 2023
3 Palms Grille at The Yards
254 Alta Mar Drive | Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Located inside TPC Sawgrass
Dinner, Beverages and Live Music.
Food, select beer and wine, Tito's and non-alcoholic beverages provided by 3 Palms Grille along with a cash bar.
KRAZY RAFFLE | GOLF CHALLENGE | LIVE AUCTION
First Place, Second Place, Best Costume, Team Fundraising Award, and KATE’S KINDNESS Award
Admission is FREE! Donations are welcome and appreciated. Food will be provided by our good friends at TacoLu and Bearded Pig!
Adult Beverage Tents
Beer Garden | Champagne Tent
Ice Cream Truck | Face Paint | Balloon Artist | Games | Inflatable Slide | Bounce House
How To Play
Each team consists of 3 players. These 3 players are your team the entire tournament. Each game has 3 versus 3 players. A feeder feeds a ball to one side of the Tennis court to start the point. After every point, each player rotates counter clockwise. At 11 points, the players swap sides. This gives each team a chance at the feed side. The goal is to be first to 21 points (win by 2).
It is a very quick paced game to 21. The points are moving fast. Once the ball is fed into play, all players can move anywhere on the court. There are no restrictions on who can take what shot or where you stand on your side of the court. Take a look at the video example to see first-hand triples play.
Questions About Sponsorship
TITLE SPONSOR IS SOLD
- 24 Tickets to VIP Players Party
- Tournament & Players Party Sponsorship Signage (provided by Sponsor)
- Logo on Event Apparel
- Website, Social Media & Broad Media Recognition
The Kate Amato Foundation is dedicated to finding safer, smarter, more effective treatments for children with cancer, by fundraising to support innovative research that accelerates the pace of progress and saves young lives.
To date, the KATE KUP has helped us fund $475,000 in grants to support cutting edge pediatric cancer research projects at Duke University, Harvard Medical School, UCLA, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), The University of Colorado, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Cancer Research Hospital, and University of Buffalo and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.