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Located in the distinguished neighborhood of Greenwich, CT the Greenwich Country Club is the premier Private Country Club in the Northeast. Founded in 1892, as the Fairfield County Golf Club, the Greenwich Country Club is a first-class, family-oriented Private Club that offers a full range of amenities including our elite 18-hole golf course, driving range, racquets courts (tennis, squash and paddle), swimming pool and the area's finest dining and social facilities. Under the enthusiastic leadership of Julian W. Curtis (1858 - 1944), first President of the newly chartered organization, the club grew from a five-hole backyard endeavor to a code of peaceful knolls in excess of 165 acres. From a charter membership numbering thirty two, the club has grown to 650 members and includes an international roster of members from as far away as Europe, South America and the Far East. Our private Clubhouse serves as a focal point of activity for our Members and exhibits the qualities of elegance and tradition that emphasize classic country club architecture.
Over the years, the Club has enjoyed an exemplary reputation for its beautiful grounds, genteel atmosphere and the professionalism and friendliness of its staff. Governed by a Board of members and managed by a team of experienced and knowledgeable professionals, the Greenwich Country Club has been host to world leaders of business, finance and government as well as the most prominent names in Greenwich, Connecticut and the Nation.
The Charles Evans PCF Tour would like to thank the Greenwich Country Club, the tennis committee, the tennis club, Hugh Underhill and Rafael Vieira for the wonderful offer, to host one of the tour event pro/am's at the Greenwich Country Club. The PCF Tour looks forward with great excitement and anticipation to a fantastic weekend of tennis and entertainment.
June 11-13, 2010
The Delamar Hotel (complimentary)
500 Steamboat Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
The Greenwich Country Club
19 Doubling Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
A two-tiered round robin tournament that pairs 20 amateur tennis players with a current member of the ATP Tour or with one of the legends of tennis for two days of competition.
Arrivals throughout the day.
Cocktail reception at the private residence of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grauer
23 Smith Road
Dress: Resort casual
10.00 am Doubles exhibition at the Greenwich Country Club
12.00 pm Lunch at the Greenwich Country Club
2:00 pm-4:00 pm First two rounds of the tournament
7:00 pm Cocktails and dinner party at the private residence of:
Mr. David Kabiller
7 Quail Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
Dress: Resort Casual
12:00 pm Bbq lunch at the Greenwich CC tennis club
2:00pm – 4:30 pm Final two rounds of the tournament followed by the finals & awards presentation
If you need ground transportation to the tournament site or any offsite events or have any questions, please contact Jan Haber at (310) 570-4720 or Patricia Supriana at (310) 570-4718.
$20,000 (There will not be a Calcutta)
Prostate Cancer Foundation
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, California 90401
Tax I.D. #95-4418411
For further information please contact Anthony Boulle (561) 373 9294
David Adams - 2nd ranked doubles team in the world in 1999, 1999 Australian Open mixed doubles champion, French Open doubles finalist. South African Davis Cup player.
Paul Goldstein – 58th Ranked singles player in the world in 2006 and ranked #40 in doubles, wins over Greg Rusedski, Patrick Rafter, Alex Corretja, Mardy Fish and Lleyton Hewitt
Jimmy Arias - Third ranked singles player in the world in 1983, winner of 5 ATP singles titles and a finalist in 11 other tournaments.
Andres Gomez - Fourth ranked player in the world in 1990, winner of the French Open singles title beating Agassi in the finals, 1988 French Open doubles champion and 1986 US Open doubles champion.
The Jensen brothers - 1993 French Open doubles champions. 5th ranked doubles team in the world 1993-1994. Winner of 10 ATP titles.
Don Johnson – Former #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 2002, Wimbledon and Australian Open doubles champion
Ellis Ferriera - South African Davis Cup player, 2000 Australian Open doubles champion, 2000 US Open doubles finalist, 2nd ranked doubles player in the world in 2000, 18 ATP tour titles.
Justin Gimelstob - Australian Open and French Open Mixed doubles champion, ranked in the Top 5 in the world in doubles and Top 50 in singles.
Johan Kriek - Ranked top 10 in the world for 9 years. Won Australian Open twice 81-82. Won US Pro Indoors beating McEnroe in the finals. Wins over Agassi, Connors, Chang and Borg.
Rick Leach - #1 ranked doubles player in the World, winner of all four Grand Slam doubles titles, U.S. Davis Cup player.
Brian MacPhie - Ranked as high as #24 in doubles in 2001. Five career doubles titles, with singles wins over Patrick Rafter and Jim Courier.
Jared Palmer - Ranked as high as #1 in doubles in 2000, winner of Australian Open doubles title in 1995, winner of doubles title at Wimbledon in 2001, doubles finalist at Wimbledon in 1999. 28 ATP tour doubles titles.
Richey Reneberg - #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 1993 and #20 in singles in 1991. US and Australian Open doubles champion as well as a Wimbledon doubles finalist.
Kevin Curren - Top 10 in the world in singles for 10 years, Wimbledon singles finalist against Boris Becker. 26 ATP Tour Titles.
Graydon Oliver – Former top ten in the world in doubles, winner of 5 ATP titles and NCAA champion in 2000