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Southampton, PA - Champions Tour pro Jay Sigel and LPGA golfer Stephanie George will play with fellow golfers and give golf tips at the 2007 Wesley Enhanced Living Foundation (WELF) Golf Classic on September 10 at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club.

The Wesley Enhanced Living Foundation advances the Wesley Enhanced Living continuing care retirement communities’ vision and mission through philanthropy. Sigel was presented with the Rookie of the Year award in 1994. He has since won eight professional tournaments. Sigel also holds two U.S. amateur titles and one British amateur championship. George turned pro in 2002 when she joined the Futures Tour. She has since won two tournaments and is a top LPGA earner.

Jay Sigel and Stephanie George are returning to play in the 2007 WELF Golf Classic after participating in last year’s inaugural tournament. Both golfers are looking forward to playing in this fun tournament, which also allows participants to give back to their community.

“I am thrilled to be returning to the Wesley Enhanced Living Foundation Golf Classic,” said Sigel. “Not only is the course wonderful to play on, but I am passionate about the Foundation and their mission to improve the lives of seniors.”

The tournament will take place at the prestigious Huntingdon Valley Country Club, a 27 championship-hole course. This historic course is one of the most spectacular in the Philadelphia region and features a variety of challenging holes.

The 2007 WELF Golf Classic will feature skills sessions and pre tee-off golf tips with both pro golfers. All golfers are encouraged to participate.

Other events throughout the day will include an afternoon putting contest and a ‘Helicopter Golf Ball Drop.’ The Wesley Enhanced Living ‘Singing Seniors’, an ensemble choir of more than 30 WEL at Heritage Towers residents’ will be on hand to begin the outing with a repertoire of with American standards.

All proceeds from the 2007 WELF Golf Classic will benefit the Wesley Enhanced Living Foundation benevolent care fund which provides in excess of $1 million in charity care per year to residents who outlive their resources. For more information about the 2007 WELF Golf Classic and sponsorship opportunities please visit the Wesley Enhanced Living website at



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