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ClubCorp President and CEO to Shave Head for Children's Causes

Wednesday, March 27 2013

Eric Affeldt, 100 Others, to Participate in 10th Annual St. Baldrick’s Day

DALLAS - Eric Affeldt, ClubCorp president and CEO, has announced that he – along with 100 other participants – is shaving his head to raise awareness and funds during the 10th annual St. Baldrick’s Day at Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant on March 30, 2013, at 10 a.m.

During St. Baldrick’s Day, Dallas’ longest-running event of its kind, Affeldt hopes to raise $100,000 for The St. Baldrick’s Foundation and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.

“For years I have been an annual donor to St. Baldrick’s and to Texas Scottish Rite but this year I am putting my money where my hair is,” said Affeldt. “I am asking for support from friends and family and hoping to get the word out to anyone who is interested in helping these two great causes.”

To support Affeldt and to donate to either or both of these charities, visit

Affeldt also is the vision behind the ClubCorp Charity Classic, the company’s major annual philanthropic open-house event, which raised a record-breaking $2.07 million for a variety of charities throughout the U.S. in 2012 and more than $10 million since its inception in 2007.

About ClubCorp
Dallas-based ClubCorp is The World Leader in Private Clubs®. Since its founding in 1957, ClubCorp has operated with the central purpose of Building Relationships and Enriching the Lives® of its members. ClubCorp owns or operates a network of more than 150 golf and country clubs, business clubs, sports clubs, and alumni clubs in 23 states, the District of Columbia and two foreign countries that serve over 350,000 members, with approximately 14,000 peak-season employees. ClubCorp properties include: Firestone Country Club (Akron, Ohio); Mission Hills Country Club (Rancho Mirage, California); Capital Club Beijing; and Metropolitan Club Chicago. You can find ClubCorp on Facebook at and on Twitter at @ClubCorp.