Sanchez's second summer golf camp provided opportunities for more than 105 local youths to learn about the game, building self-confidence and social skills at the same time. Rather than sitting in front of a video game all summer, these youngsters impressed Sanchez and other adult golfers with their ability to get out and do something special.
"I had a vision one night to teach kids to play the game that has meant so much to me in the years of my life," said Sanchez. "These kids needed to know that they had a place to come to learn, have fun and play the game of golf."
"In this Olympic year, the spirit of true competition has touched the hearts of these future athletes," said Sanchez, who will represent Peru in the 2016 Olympics.
Sanchez said he is committed to providing ongoing opportunities for young people to learn and play the sport of golf. Thanks to many businesses and individuals who contribute to the program through sponsorships, he is able to provide financial assistance for those who need it.
Registration for the tournament will begin at 11 a.m. at North Course, 26660 McCall Blvd. Tee time is scheduled for 1:15 p.m. There will be a VIP section for dignitaries and special invited guests.
For more information, call North Course at 951-679-5111.