Welcome to the CureSearch 2008
Merrill Lynch Shark Shootout Home Page


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Check out scenes from the 2008 Merrill Lynch Shark Shootout 

CureSearch is grateful to tournament host and Honorary Board of Trustee Greg Norman, tournament sponsor Merrill Lynch, Family Golf Clinic Sponsor Suncast Corporation and all corporate sponsors, as well as the staff at Tiburon Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, and all the volunteers who have worked so hard to make this event such a great success. 

For the 20th consecutive year, this partnership has delivered an exciting, world-class PGA TOUR event that moves us closer to the day when every child with cancer is guaranteed a cure.

 

 

Watch NBC and Golf Channel to see the launch of our brand new CureSearch Public Service Announcement!

Donate today> 

 

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IMPORTANT SHOOTOUT LINKS

View the Family Golf Clinic flyer (PDF format)> 

View the CureSearch ad that appears in the Merrill Lynch Shootout program (PDF format)> 

2008 Shootout leaderboard> 

Explore the world-renowned Tiburon Club Course> 

Read the tournament overview from the PGA TOUR website> 

Learn more about the relationship between CureSearch and the Merrill Lynch Shootout> 

Read the CureSearch Blog>   

More About CureSearch

CureSearch seeks to conquer childhood cancer, conquer it sooner, fully and for all time.

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CureSearch exclusively supports the research of the Children’s Oncology Group, the world’s premier pediatric cancer research collaborative.  This network of more than 5,000 healthcare professionals, located at more than 200 leading children’s hospital, university hospitals and cancer centers, dedicates their lives to finding answers and sharing results. 

More than 12,500 children are diagnosed with cancer each year, and more than 40,000 children and adolescents are currently in treatment.  There are more than a quarter of a million childhood cancer survivors in the United States.

Only research cures childhood cancer. 
 

Christine Bork
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