Enjoy the beautiful Hamptons in the height of the social season along with its world famous beaches, spectacular scenery and restaurants. This wonderful event, returning for its seventh year, promises to be an unforgettable experience of fantastic parties, exciting tennis, socializing and an opportunity to raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation in its efforts to eradicate prostate cancer.
AUGUST 5-7, 2011
THE 1708 HOUSE (COMPLIMENTARY)
126 MAIN STREET,
SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968
PHONE NUMBER 631 287 1708
THE ROSS SCHOOL AND PRIVATE COURTS
A two-tiered round robin tournament pairing 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 Player cocktail party, calcutta (team auction), clam bake and entertainment by David
Foster at the private residence of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roberts.
1 Eileen Drive
9am - 12:30pm First two rounds of the pro/am.
Group 1 and 2 matches will be played at the following locations:
Mickey Palin 107 Ox Pasture, Southampton
Allan Rose "Rose Garden" Little Plains Road, Southampton
Bob Adler 2040 Meadow Lane, Southampton
Ricky Sandler 260 First Neck Lane, Southampton
Group 3 and 4 matches will be played at the Ross School.
1:00 pm Private Luncheon
The Palin Residence
107 Ox Pasture
6:30 pm Cocktails, Dinner and Entertainment at the private residence of:
Mr. Stewart Rahr
9am - 4pm Round robin pro/am for all 4 groups at:
The Ross School
18 Goodfriend Drive
East Hampton, NY
Groups 3 and 4 will play from 9AM-12:30PM
Groups 1 and 2 will play from 12:30PM-4PM
11:30am – 1:30pm Lunch
Ground Transportation & Contact info:
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.
Prostate Cancer Foundation
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, California 90401
Tax I.D. #95-4418411
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
(561) 373 9294
2011 Pros Include:
Jimmy Connors- Ranked #1 in the world, 109 career singles titles, 54 doubles titles, winner of the US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon. US Davis Cup representative.
Jan Michael Gambill - Former 14th ranked singles player in the world, singles wins over Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, and Jim Courier.
Nenad Zimonjic - #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 2010, winner of 7 Grand Slam Doubles titles.
Andrei Pavel - 13th ranked singles player in the world in 2003, winner of 3 ATP titles including the Canadian Open and winner of 6 ATP doubles titles.
Paul Hanley - Doubles semi finalist in all 4 Grand Slams, recently ranked #5 in the world, currently in the top 20.
Todd Widom - Played on the ATP Tour from 2003-09, singles wins over John Isner, Robbie Ginepri, Janko Tipsarevic and Vince Spadea.
Justin Gimelstob – Winner of both the French and Australian Open mixed doubles titles with partner Venus Williams, winner of 13 ATP titles, top 50 in men’s singles, top 10 in doubles and one of your favorite TV commentators.
Jimmy Arias - 3rd ranked singles player in the world in 1983, winner of 5 ATP singles
titles and a finalist in 11 other tournaments.
Vince Spadea – 18th ranked singles player in the world in 2005, U.S. Davis Cup Player, wins over Federer, Agassi, Sampras and Courier.
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, winner of 18 ATP tour titles.
Johan Kriek - Ranked top 10 in the world for 9 years. Won the Australian Open twice 81-82. Won US Pro Indoors beating McEnroe in the finals, wins over Agassi, Borg, Vilas and Chang.
Brian MacPhie - 24th ranked doubles player in the world in 2001, winner of 5 career ATP doubles titles, victories over Patrick Rafter and Jim Courier.
Alex O’Brien - U.S Davis Cup player, winner of the US Open Doubles title in 1999, #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 1999, 30th ranked singles player in 1997, wins over McEnroe, Philippoussis and Kuerten.
Jared Palmer - #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 2000, doubles champion of the Australian Open in 1995, doubles finalist at Wimbledon in 1999, 2001 Wimbledon doubles champion, winner of 28 ATP tour doubles titles.
Rick Leach - Ranked #1 in the world in doubles and the winner of all four Grand Slam doubles titles.
Kaes Van’t Hof - Former ATP Tour player, ranked top 150 in the world in doubles in 2009 and 2008 NCAA doubles champion.
Todd Widom - Former ATP Tour player, singles wins over Robbie Ginepri, John Isner, Janko Tipsarevic, Robbie Kendrick and Vince Spadea.
Alex O’Brien - #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 1999, 30th ranked singles player in 1997, US Open doubles champion, singles wins over John McEnroe, Mark Phillippoussis and Gustavo Kuerten.
Juan Carlos Parker - Former ATP Tour player.
Jason Pinsky - Former ATP Tour player and an All American at Penn State.
Tom Blake - Ranked top 150 in the world in singles in 2002.
Adriano Biasella - Former ATP Tour player, singles win over Dmitry Tursunov.
Adam Fass - Competed on the ATP Tour for 5 years.