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XDrive Classic scores big again in 2024

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Golfers pose for the annual “X” in honor of Fragile X Syndrome before teeing off for the 9th annual XDrive Classic Golf Tournament.

On Monday, July 31, a sold-out crowd teed up for the 9th annual XDrive Classic Golf Tournament at The Club at Pradera in Parker.  The event raises awareness for Fragile X Syndrome, a leading cause of autism, and raises money for The Joshua School (TJS) and Treeline Pass (TLP).  These two impactful organizations help children and adults with disabilities.  This year’s event raised more than $50,000.

After the 18-holes were completed, golfers enjoyed dinner and a silent auction.  The Village resident Matt Ansay is cofounder of the XDrive Classic and shared his immense gratitude to all who make the event happen, including the players, volunteers and sponsors – most of whom have been around since the beginning.  Since 2014, 1,082 players have hit the greens and more than $375,000 has been raised.

Most especially, Ansay thanked the teachers and staff at TJS and TLP for their profound impact on the students and clients they so graciously serve.  “Thank you for sharing your talent, passion, intelligence, patience, tenacity, and for the constant love and support you provide every day.  You are all angels among us and you have a profound impact not only on our children and adults, but on our families as well,” he concluded.

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The Village at Castle Pines residents Jeanne and Brian Stafford support the tournament each year. They are pictured here with their daughters Kaitlyn, Ashley, Audrey and Lauren.


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Debbie Robbins (left), Matt Ansay, cofounder of the XDrive Classic (center) and Treeline Pass creative director, Kathleen Roberts (right).

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The staff at National Valuation Consultants had a great time at the event.


By Elean Gersack; photos courtesy of Kari Ansay




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