Founded in 1896 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Breakers Palm Beach is one of America’s legendary resort destinations. The 540-room, Italian Renaissance-style hotel resides on 140 acres of oceanfront property in the heart of Palm Beach. With the commitment of its original ownership, The Breakers has invested $250 million over the past 15 years in its ongoing revitalization and enhancement of its multi-faceted amenities – most recently, the dramatic transformation of shoreline into a luxurious beachfront experience. The resort’s timeless atmosphere has been renewed in a style of residential elegance, from its magnificent interiors to its artfully designed landscape. Highly personalized service indulges couples on a romantic getaway as much as it energizes multi-generational travelers with a family-minded philosophy. Capital expenditures averaging $25 million a year will continue to be reinvested in the property for the long term, to ensure it remains appealing to future guests for decades to come.
The resort features 36 holes of championship golf, including The Ocean Course and The Breakers Rees Jones® Course; 10 tennis courts, a 20,000-square-foot luxury spa; a breathtaking oceanfront and Mediterranean-style beach club with a half-mile of private beach, featuring luxurious beach bungalows for daytime-rental, five pools and four whirlpool spas; a comprehensive Family Entertainment Center, an extensive program of family and children’s activities, and a variety of water sports. The Breakers also features a broad selection of distinctive restaurants ranging from casual to fine dining, as well as an array of on-site boutiques – all wholly owned and managed by the resort. The Breakers is recognized as a AAA Five Diamond property.
Nov 6 - 8, 2015
The Breakers Resort
The Omphoy Ocean Resort and Spa
Complimentary, Friday and Saturday
Site of Tournament:
The Breakers Tennis Facility
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
6:30 PM - Cocktail Party for participants and a guest:
Mr. Joel Pashcow
261 Via Bellaria
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Dress: Resort Casual
NOON - Lunch at the Breakers tennis facility / Flagler Steak House
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM - First two rounds of the round robin tournament
6:30 PM - Cocktail and Dinner Party for participants and a guest:
Mei Sze and Jeff Greene
1200 South Ocean Boulevard
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Dress: Resort Casual
NOON - Lunch/BBQ at the Breakers tennis facility
12:30 PM- 1:00 PM - Exhibition match
1:00 PM- 4:30 PM - Final two rounds of the tournament, finals, & awards presentation
Complimentary Player Transport sponsored by Braman Motorcars Palm Beach between the hotel and the courts on Saturday and Sunday.
Private jet transport provided by Arik Kislin and JFI Jets. For more information please contact:
646 385 1286
Prostate Cancer Foundation
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, California 90401
310 570 4700
Tax I.D. #95-4418411
561 373 9294
Guillermo Canas - 8th ranked singles player in the world in 2005, singles wins over Roger Federer, Fernando Vedasco and Juan Carlos Ferrero.
Jason Pinsky - Former player on the University of Pennsylvania tennis team.
Robbie Ginepri - 15th ranked singles player in the world in 2005.
Don Johnson - Former Wimbledon doubles champion and a former #1 ranked doubles player in the world.
Jonathan Schneider - Former player on the ATP Tour.
Amer Delic - 60th ranked singles player in the world in 2007.
Vince Spadea - 18th ranked singles player in the world in 2005, US Davis Cup player, wins over Federer, Agassi, Sampras and Courier.
Daniil Proscura - Former touring pro.
Kaes Van’tHof - Former player on the ATP tour.
John Lloyd - Former 21st ranked singles player in the world.
Kevin Kim - 63rd ranked singles player in the world in 2006.
Jesse Levine - 69th ranked singles player in the world in 2012.
Alex Bogomolov J.R. - 33rd ranked singles player in the world in 2011.
Robert Kendrick - 69th ranked singles player in the world in 2009.
Cyril Saulnier - 48TH ranked singles player in the world in 2005.
Murphy Jensen - Former French Open doubles champion.
Aaron Krickstein - Youngest player to ever win an ATP title, former 6th ranked singles player in the world and holder of 9 singles titles.
Graydon Oliver - Former top twenty ranked doubles player in the world.
Ellis Ferreira - 2nd ranked doubles player in the world in 2000.
Rick Leach - Ranked #1 in the world in doubles and the winner of all four Grand Slam doubles titles.
Scott Davis - Former 11th ranked singles player in the world and 2nd ranked doubles player in the world.