Saturday, September 13th
Interbay Golf Center Miniature Golf Course
2501 15th Ave. W, Seattle, WA 98119

Check In Time: 11:00 am
Start Time: 12:00 pm

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Come join us for the fourth annual Putt Cancer in the Hole on
Saturday, September 13 at Interbay Golf Center!

Putt Cancer in the Hole was created by Francie Warnekros in 2011 as a project for the Self Expression and Leadership Program with Landmark. It was originally the Audrey Lynn Memorial in honor of Warnekros's mother who passed away in 1991 from a brain tumor and was hosted as a full golf tournament in Arizona. Warnekros sought out to create an event that she was inspired by and to find a way to give back since so many families are affected by brain tumors every year. The event has transformed into a fun miniature golf tournament so that all ages and skill levels can participate and is hosted in Seattle, WA.

Details of the event: Teams of up to 6 players compete for a spot on the trophy. You can register as a team or individual. Following the tournament, there will be a raffle with awesome prizes. Join us for a fun afternoon!

We are currently looking for volunteers for the event day! Volunteer positions include but aren't limited to: check in table, selling raffle tickets and mulligans, being an event photographer, and calculating scores at the end of the tournament.

We also are always accepting donations to our raffle. Previous prizes included sporting event tickets, massage gift cards and restaurant gift cards, a 2 night stay at a high-end Seattle hotel, wine packages and more.

If you are able to assist or donate in any way, please contact Francie at

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How to Register
Register online by clicking the Register button to the right

Child Putt-Putt Participant (age 12 and under) = $20
Adult Putt-Putt Participant (age 13 and up) = $25 
Team of 6 participants = $150

How to Donate
If you are unable to make it to the event, but would still like to support the ABTA, please click the Donate button on the right to make a secure donation directly to the event.

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Questions? Please contact Francie Warnekros at or 206-330-8801

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About the ABTA
Founded in 1973, the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) was the first national nonprofit organization dedicated solely to brain tumors. For 40 years, the ABTA has been providing comprehensive resources that support the complex needs of brain tumor patients and caregivers, as well as the critical funding of research in the pursuit of breakthroughs in brain tumor diagnosis, treatment and care.