Daily News Staff Report
• Read the Article •
Jay Sigel interview by Peter May, August 14, 2013
• Read the Story in the NY Times •
Jay Sigel interview at the Philadelphia Art Museum
with Pat Ciarrocchi
• Read the Story on CBS Philly •
• Golf Digest, April 30, 2012, By Steve Donahue •
• Sigel More Than Worthy of World Hall • by Jim Nugent, GlobalGolfPost
• Sigel's Remarkable Journey •
• Jay Sigel's Walker Cup Legacy •
1998 Bell Atlantic Classic   •   1998 EMC² Kaanapali Classic
1997 Bruno's Memorial Classic   •   1997 Kroger Senior Classic
1996 Energizer Senior Tour Championship   •   1994 GTE West Classic
On September 30, 2013, The Jay Sigel Invitational will celebrate its 21th Anniversary as the premier charity golf tournament in the Delaware Valley. Each year, Jay Sigel, Founder, has hosted this event and remains diligent in his commitment to raise funds for prostate cancer research. This cause is very important to Jay, as it has touched not only family members, but also colleagues on the PGA TOUR. Over the past 20 years, The Sigel Invitational has proudly raised over $2.6 million for cancer research.
We look forward, once again, to the 2013 tournament on September 30th taking place at the prestigious Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
As has been the beneficiary since the year 2000, net proceeds will support prostate cancer research at the Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute, which is the research arm of the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania. Past Special Guests of The Sigel Invitational lending their time and talent to help raise money for this worthy cause include Gary Player, Scott Hamilton, Vince Papale, Jim Roy, Mark Lye, Jim Colbert, Bob Murphy, Ed Dougherty, Hubert Green, Chuck “the Hit Man” Hiter, Dennis Walters, and media personalities such as Ed Abrams, Neil Hartman, Jim “Sports” Kelly, Peter Kessler and the late Gary Papa. These “very special guests” have now become Honorary Chairmen of The Jay Sigel Invitational, thus joining Jay to promote the event and support his efforts to fight cancer.
Should you, or someone you know, have questions about treatment options such as proton therapy at the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, or the prostate cancer research program at the Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute, please call (215) 662-3963.
Click on the Sigel Cup for more details. Click on the Abramson Shield to go there.