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Enjoy a terrific weekend of playing with current players on the ATP Tour
including many of the top 10 ranked doubles players in the world, ex grand
slam winners and a selection of former tennis stars in a two day round robin
pro/am event. The weekend takes place at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden,
in Indian Wells, California, during the final weekend of the Indian Wells BNP
Paribas Open tennis tournament, the fifth largest professional tennis tournament
in the world, www.bnpparibasopen.com Participants will have an opportunity
not only to compete with some of the greatest names in the game but to also
view the final weekend matches of the ATP event from the tournaments private
VIP, celebrity, center court suite. Enjoy lunches, cocktail parties, a Saturday
evening dinner party, access to ATP car services from the airport to the hotel
and stadium, credentials allowing the use of the player locker rooms and five star
The Charles Evans PCF Tour point system will be in effect beginning
with the Indian Wells event, points will be awarded to players based on
performance, posted on the leader board and featured on the tours web site,
www.pcfproamtour.org Points will be carried on to the next event and the player
with the most points won after four events recognized as the tour champion at
one of the Prostate Cancer Foundations special events.
March 16, 17 and 18, 2012
Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa
44-400 Indian Wells Lane
Indian Wells, CA 92210
Ph # 760 773 4444
IWTG reservations: Linda Chaney 760 200 8426
Upon arrival, please proceed to the credentials office
to receive your VIP parking decal along with
credentials. Enter stadium off Miles avenue,
parking attendants will direct you to the credentials
Hennie Watson 760 275 9046
SITE OF TOURNAMENT:
The Indian Wells Tennis Garden
78-200 Miles Avenue
Indian Wells, CA 92210
A two-tiered round robin tournament, played over two days, pairing 20 amateur tennis players with a current member of the ATP Tour or with one of the legends of tennis.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Arrivals throughout the day.
6:30 pm: Meet and greet, cocktail party in the PCF Pro/Am Tours, private center court suite, at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, Suite #201.
Attire: Resort Casual
9:00 am-12 noon: First two rounds of the tournament, Courts 7-8, 10-15
12 noon-5:00pm: Lunch and an opportunity to view the 2 men’s singles semi final matches and the ladies doubles final from the Charles Evan’s PCF Pro/Am Tours center court suite, #201.
6:30pm: Dinner and entertainment at the private residence of:
Mr. Jerry Weintraub
Big Horn Golf Club
255 Palowet Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Attire: Resort casual
Transport will be available from the hotel to the Weintraub residence and returning back to the hotel.
9:00 am-12:00noon: Final two rounds of the PCF Tour event, finals and the trophy awards ceremony. Courts 7-8, 10-15
Noon: Enjoy lunch and the finals of the Indian Wells men’s and ladies singles championships from the private center court suite of the Charles Evan’s PCF Pro/Am Tour, #201.
Complimentary GROUND TRANSPORTATION:
ATP player services: Please contact Adele Robins 760 200 8337.
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2012 Pros Include:
Daniel Nestor: Former #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 2002, currently ranked # 3 in the world, winner of 54 doubles titles including the Wimbledon, US Open, French and Australian Open titles.
Rohan Bopana: Currently ranked # 10 in the world in doubles and a doubles finalist at the 2010 US Open.
Mahesh Bhupathi: Former #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 1999 and currently ranked #7 in the world, winner of the Wimbledon, French and US Open doubles titles.
David Macpherson: Former 11th ranked doubles player in the world, winner of 16 titles and a finalist in 13 other events, titles include Indian Wells, Scottsdale and Nice.
Brian MacPhie: Highest doubles ranking #24 in 2001, highest singles ranking #126 in 1998. 5 career doubles titles, with wins over Patrick Rafter and Jim Courier.
Jared Palmer: Former #1 doubles player in the world in 2000, winner of the Australian Open doubles title in 1995, doubles finalist at Wimbledon in 1999 and Wimbledon doubles champion in 2000, 28 ATP tour doubles titles.
Don Johnson: Ranked #1 in the world in doubles in 2002 and winner of 23 ATP doubles titles including the Wimbledon and Australian Open championships.
Rick Leach: Former #1 ranked doubles in the world and the winner of all four Grand Slam doubles titles.
Scott Davis: Former #11 ranked singles player in the world with wins over McEnroe, Connors and Edberg. Previously ranked #2 in the world in doubles and winner of the Australian Open doubles title as well as a former US Davis cup player.
Chris Haggard: 19th ranked doubles in the world in 2003, winner of 6 ATP doubles titles and a member of the South African Davis Cup team.
Vince Spadea: Ranked # 18 in the world in singles in 2005, singles wins over Federer, Agassi, Courier and Sampras.
Andrei Pavel: Former 14th ranked singles player in the world in 2004.
Bruno Soares: Currently ranked top ten in the world in doubles.
Jaime Murray: Currently ranked top 25 in the world in doubles.
Paul Hanley: Doubles semi finalist in all 4 grand slams, currently ranked in the top 20.
Jan Michael Gambill: Former 14th ranked singles player in the world. Wins over Agassi, Sampras and Courier.
Graydon Oliver: Former top 20 doubles player.
Aleco Preovolos: Former player on the ATP tour.