Aug 28, 2011

The Liberty Cup - Cristie Kerr's Two-Day Charity Golf Event

Windows were rattled, branches were broken and a number of streets were flooded but Metro NY managed to avoid the worst of hurricane Irene.

Most New York City subways, buses and commuter trains will be back to normal tomorrow morning after a complete shut-down in anticipation of what could have been a far more destructive weather event. 

Better yet, the next several days are expected to be dry and sunny.  That's welcome news, especially if you've got a major charity golf event planned... and that's the position Cristie Kerr finds herself in.  This week the LPGA mega-star will host the two-day Inaugural Liberty Cup Charity Golf Tournament

The event kicks off tomorrow evening with a welcome reception at PH-D, an otherworldly space on the rooftop of the new Dream Hotel.  On Tuesday professional golfers and stars from the sports & entertainment worlds will head out to Jersey City and breathtaking Liberty National Golf Club for the Liberty Cup Pro-Am. The day finishes with a Cocktail Reception, Dinner, an Auction & Awards and will benefit Kerr’s Birdies for Breast Cancer Foundation and the Christie Kerr Women’s Health Center at the Jersey City Medical Center, as well as other Jersey City Charities.

The event promises to be spectacular, especially now that a certain uninvited guest by the name of Irene has left town. For more information, visit


  1. Glad to hear you escaped the worst of Irene. Sounds like a wonderful event.

  2. I heard VT was hard hit, parts of CT & NJ too. I'm glad things worked out for Cristie's event though. She puts a so much into everything she does.

  3. It's true here in Danbury... in SW CT, we don't have electricity and have been told not to expect it back for at least a couple/few days. :o\ Oh well.

    (I'm really trying to be pragmatic about this)

  4. The flooding is terrible. Hope for the best.


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