Golf Sponsorship Information

2014 Golf Tournament


The American Parkinson Disease Association is proud to announce we are hosting the #1 Charity Event in Golf™


 – AND TO PLAY AT Pinehurst, home to the 2014 US Open.

Participation in this tournament could be your first step toward playing in the National Finals. Recruit your family, friends, clients and colleagues to support a cause that matters to you. Winning teams from the more than 75 local Invitational tournaments are invited to compete for the national championship at Pinehurst, site of 2014 US Open Championship (registration fee required).The National Finals is a four-day, 72-hole tournament conducted at Pinehurst.

About this Event

Enjoy a round of golf at the recently renovated Smoke Rise Country Club and support Parkinson's disease research, public awareness and Respite Programs! Each player will receive a player's gift bag filled with over $250 worth of merchandise from our sponsors, on course lunch and an Awards Dinner at the clubhouse. Prizes awarded to 1st through 7th Place teams! Contests include Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive, and Hole-in-One prize. Don't forget the exciting Putting Contest! All winners will be announced at the Awards Dinner Immediately following play.

When: Monday May 4, 2015 8:30 am Registration, 10 am Shotgun Start

Where: Smoke Rise Country Club – 4900 Chedworth Drive, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087

Why Sponsor?

Your sponsorship dollars will provide you with increased corporate or brand visibility while making a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of those affected by Parkinson's Disease here in Georgia.

An estimated 1.5 million Americans have Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's is a slowly progressive brain disorder resulting in the loss of dopamine production. Dopamine is the neuro-transmitter responsible for aiding in body movements. Symptoms include slowness of movement, tremor, muscle stiffness, and postural instability. To date there is no cure.

About APDA

The American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) was founded in 1961 to facilitate patient and family support, medical research, and education. APDA Georgia carries out that mission through an Information & Referral Center, support of respite programs for Caregivers and affiliated support groups which provide education, counseling, assistance and referrals for the Parkinson's Disease Community.

2014 Golf Sponsors

2015 Driving Parkinson's Away Golf Tournament Sponsorships

Platinum Sponsorship - $5,000.00

This sponsorship could pay for 20 hours of medical research! What is clear is that investment in medical research that leads to better treatments for Parkinson's disease can save millions of dollars each year. Studies have indicated that for every dollar spent on high quality research, $13 could be saved in direct and indirect costs.

  • Your Company Logo embroidered on the commemorative tournament polo shirt – great visibility!
  • Company logo on all event media materials and hyperlink on
  • Three Hole Sponsorships
  • Full page ad in event program
  • 2 Foursomes
  • An opportunity to address the players at the start of the tournament and at the awards ceremony.

Gold Sponsorship - $2,500.00

This sponsorship could pay for the annual medical care for one Parkinson's patient. The financial burden of Parkinson's disease on individuals and their families is immense. According to the Parkinson's Action Network, drugs commonly used to treat Parkinson's disease cost between $1,000 and $6,000 per year per patient. Annual medical care, including doctors' visits, physical therapies and treatment for co-occurring illnesses (such as depression) is estimated at $2,000 to $7,000 for people in early stages of the disease, and is probably much higher for advanced stages.

  • Company logo on all event media materials and hyperlink on
  • Two Hole Sponsorship
  • Half page ad in event program
  • 2 Foursomes

Silver Sponsorship - $1,500.00

This sponsorship could pay for 75 hours of respite care for a Parkinson's patient.

Parkinson's disease takes a toll on caregivers as well. The advanced stages of diseases such as Parkinson's may require that patients receive around-the-clock assistance, which many times falls to family members. Family caregivers must guard their own health and look to respite care when necessary. APDA Georgia assists various programs through grants and scholarships to make these services available to the Parkinson's community.

  • Company logo on all event media materials and hyperlink on
  • Quarter page ad in event program
  • One Hole Sponsorship
  • 1 Foursome

For more information contact Barbara Mooney at or 404-325-2020