Golf Trick-Shot Artist Dazzles Young Patients

June 28, 2006

Contact: Barbara Lemaire, PhD (505)-277-5628

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Albuquerque, NM -Friday, July 21 at 1:30 p.m., golf trick-shot artist Chuck "The Hit Man" Hiter will bring his talent and showmanship to Twin Warriors Golf Club, Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa. Tickets are on sale now for $25. All proceeds will benefit UNM Children's Hospital.

This is a dazzling one-hour golf entertainment show that has to be seen to be believed. Most golfers find hitting a golf ball off the ground or a tee somewhat challenging. Chuck "the Hit Man" Hiter will hit the ball mid-air; kicking the ball up from his knee or shoe, and connecting for a three hundred yard drive, and that is only the beginning. One observer said this about him, "Consider the most amazing and absurd things a person could possibly do with a golf ball and a set of clubs - now multiply your imagination by a million."

To purchase tickets for this fascinating event, please contact Barbara Lemaire at the Development Office of UNM Children's Hospital -blemaire@salud.unm.edu

Related Stories

NAMI New Mexico Annual 5k Walk

NAMI New Mexico Annual 5k Walk

The Sandoval Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is gearing up to sup­port the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) through its annual 5k walk on Saturday, May 11 at Balloon Fiesta Field. In years past, SRMC staff, their friends and family have come together to raise money and awareness to help aid in the fight to overcome the obstacles of mental illness.
Center for Healthcare Equity in Kidney Disease Kickoff Event

Center for Healthcare Equity in Kidney Disease Kickoff Event

On Thursday, April 25 CHEK-D will hold a recognition and kickoff event, with a talk and presentation by Dr. Richard Larson, Vice Chancellor for Research, and Dr. Larissa Myaskovsky, CHEK-D Director, from 9 – 10 a.m. in Domenici North Wing room 2710.
UNM Distinguished Diversity Scholar Luncheon and Talk

UNM Distinguished Diversity Scholar Luncheon and Talk

UNM HSC is honored to continue our partnership with Professor Alford. We would like to invite everyone to join us as she presents the UNM Distinguished Diversity Scholar luncheon talk: Enhancing Wellness By Honoring Our Humanity on Friday, April 26.