The North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 58th Anniversary Golf Tournament and Luncheon on Tuesday, Aug. 17, at the Cave Creek Golf Course. 

The tournament’s beneficiary is the nonprofit The Singletons, which helps single-parent families battling cancer. 

The Singletons have been devoted to this cause since 2005, after single mother Michelle Singleton died of cancer. 

“This is just a really special organization,” said Tom Argiro, North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce executive director. 

The tournament is limited to 13 teams; seven have committed. There are five sponsorship opportunities — gold, silver, bronze, basic and special. Gold, which is $1,500, includes two golf foursomes, a reserved table and lunch for eight, a presentation at the luncheon, a sign at a hole, and a 50% discount on either one chamber membership or one chairman circle. The $1,000 silver package includes everything but the discount and presentation.

For $500, bronze sponsors receive one golf foursome, lunch for four and a hole sponsor. The $250 basic package includes one golf foursome and lunch for four. A special sponsor is customized.

“The customized packages are literally whatever someone is dreaming of,” Argiro said. “Whatever someone wants to step up with, we’ll entertain it.”

The North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is helping support Phoenix’s economy by hosting the tournament at Cave Creek Golf Course. The city owns and operates the course.

“By hosting the tournament here, we are helping out the city and city employees because they have had issues as well with COVID and closing down the senior centers,” Argiro said.

Nongolfers can still partake in the day. The post-tournament luncheon is $35.