Items Tagged with 'PGA'


  • From HW Magazine

    Hot Seat: Trish Gregovich of the Ellie Mae Classic

    Tournament gathers industry professionals with golf pros to raise money for charity
    The Ellie Mae Classic, which will be held at TPC Stonebrae from July 29-Aug. 4, gathers world-class golfers, top athletes from other sports and mortgage industry professionals to raise money for charity. The Ellie Mae Classic is part of the PGA TOUR’s qualifying Tour and benefits the MBA Opens Doors Foundation, the Warriors Community Foundation, Youth on Course and The First Tee.
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  • HousingWire to be presenting sponsor at Ellie Mae Classic golf tournament

    Proceeds from Community Pro-Am will benefit MBA Open Doors Foundation
    HousingWire is pleased to announce that we’ve been named a presenting sponsor for the 2018 Ellie Mae Classic, a Tour golf event that will be held during the week of Aug. 6, 2018 in the Bay Area. During that week, HousingWire will serve as the presenting sponsor for the Ellie Mae Community Pro-Am. Charitable proceeds from the event will benefit the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Open Doors Foundation, which provides financial relief to families during a time of crisis.
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  • NBA star Stephen Curry to take on golf pros in Ellie Mae Classic

    Former MVP getting sponsor’s exemption to compete in Tour event
    Any time Stephen Curry steps on the court (even if he’s surrounded by a team of all-stars), he is almost always the best player out there. And while Curry is used to testing himself against other NBA stars and coming out on top, he’s about to test himself in a whole new arena. Or a course, as it were.
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  • Elderly couple declines Augusta National's 7-figure home offer

    The simple three-bedroom house was built in 1959
    Over the years, the Augusta National Golf Club spent more than $40 million to purchase homes to create free parking for the crowds who gather for the Masters once a year. The Masters tournament keeps expanding, but the parking lot does not. And that's down to one, elderly and utterly unsympathetic couple.
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  • Despite Morris Schneider Wittstadt bankruptcy, Dustin Johnson vows to keep fighting for “stolen” $3M

    PGA superstar wants money back
    As PGA golfer Dustin Johnson prepares to tee off later this week at the Open Championship at St. Andrews in Scotland, the law firm that he alleges stole $3 million from him is fighting for its existence in bankruptcy court in Virginia. But despite Morris Schneider Wittstadt declaring bankruptcy last week, Johnson does not intend to give up his fight to get his money back.
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  • EXCLUSIVE: Morris Schneider Wittstadt officially files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

    Butler & Hosch sale, Dustin Johnson lawsuit severely impacted firm

    In the bankruptcy filing, obtained exclusively by HousingWire, Mark Wittstadt, the firm's managing partner, said that the firm would have been able to survive the alleged embezzlement of $30 million from the firm's accounts. However, the subsequent lawsuit from PGA golfer Dustin Johnson and the disastrous sale of assets to now-defunct Butler & Hosch was too much for the firm to bear.

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