2017 DME Exchange Charity Golf Classic



DME Exchange Charity Gold Classic (Formerly Ray Darby Charity Classic)

Sign up today to play and/or sponsor the 2017 DME Exchange Charity Golf Classic (formerly the “Ray Darby Charity Classic”) benefiting DME Exchange of Dallas, to be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at Canyon Creek Country Club, 625 West Lookout Dr, Richardson, TX 75080. You can signup today online, or by fax, mail, phone or email as follows:

  • Online Registration – proceed to the shopping cart registration below.
  • FAX Registration – download the PDF forms below, complete all requested information, and fax them back to DME Exchange at 888-235-3639
  • Mail Registration – download the forms below, complete all requested information, and mail to DME Exchange of Dallas, 12015 Shilor Road, #130, Dallas, TX 75228
  • Phone or Email Registration or Questions: Call DME Exchange’s Executive Director, Betty Hersey, at 214-997-3639 or email BHerseyDMEExchange@gmail.com.

You may download 2017’s brochure regarding the Tournament and Sponsor opportunities below, as well as forms you can use to fax or mail or email your registration and sponsorship requests.

We’ll be posting and emailing updates for the event as news becomes available, so check back here or watch your email inbox from time to time after you register. To receive the latest news, be sure to “whitelist” our domain “dfwdmeexchange.org” so your email provider will deliver our messages. Also, please carefully verify your phone number and email address as you register. That’s how we’ll be contacting you about your sponsorship or registration.

For 2017, severak cekebruties will be joining play, including Celebrities playing, including:

  • Burton “Bubba” Gilliam is perhaps most known for his roles as Lyle in the movie “Blazing Saddles” and Roy Bacon of the Flying Elvis’ in “Honeymoon in Vegas”. Gilliam graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas in 1956.
  • Ed “Too Tall” Jones’ NFL career spanned 232 games across 15 seasons for the Dallas Cowboys, including 3 trips to the Super Bowl. Ed was a key player helping e Cowboys win Super Bowl XII. As a professional boxer in 1979 and 1980, he won the six bouts he fought as a heavyweight, recording five knockouts. Since retiring from football, Ed makes his home in Dallas, appearing frequently in personal appearances across the country.
  • Billy Joe DuPree was born and played high school football in Monroe, LA. He played collegiately at Michigan State University, where he is recognized as the greatest tight end in Michigan State history. Selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 1973 NFL Draft, as a rookie DuPree became an immediate starter, taking over from the retiring Mike Ditka. He led the team in receiving yards and was second in receiving touchdowns. Selected in three consecutive Pro Bowls, DuPree assisted his team in winnng Super Bowl XII over the Denver Broncos. He also played in Super Bowls X and XIII, although the Cowboys lost both outings to the Pittsburgh Steelers. His 41 career touchdown receptions was the Cowboys team record until it was broken in 2012 by Jason Witten. DuPree was also a Cowboys co-captain and recognized as the team’s NFL Man of the Year. Involved in many charities, inclduing the Shriner’s, DuPree is also an active member of the Board of Trustees of Meals on Wheels of Collin County.
  • Three time Stanley Cup champion and former Dallas Stars goalie and assistant coach, Andy Moog, will also be joining us. Born in Canada, Andy played for the Edmonton Oilers, Boston Bruins, Dallas Stars and Montreal Canadiens, earning the 1989-90 NHL season William M Jennings Trophy for fewest total goads against the team during the regular season.
  • Now the Director of Alumni & New Business Development for the Dallas Stars, Canadian born Bob Bassen began his NHL career in 1984 as the center for the New York Islanders. He went on to play for the Chicago Blackhawks, the St. Louis Blues and Quebec Nordiques. In 1995, Bob signed with the Dallas Stars as a free agnet. He also played for the Calgary Flames and did a second tour with the Blues before ending his NHL playing career. After his retirement, he was an assistant coach with the Utah Grizzlies for three years. Bob and his wife, Holly, now reside in Frisco, Texas.
  • Ira Terrell, now retired, is the 6’8″ former power forward from Dallas’ Roosevelt High School and Southern Methodist University. Ira was born in Dallas and played n the National Basketball Association from 1976 to 1979 as a member of the Phoenix Suns, New Orleans Jazz and Portland Trail Blazers. He averaged 7.0 points per game and 4.2 rebounds per game in his career.

We expect this list of celebrities to grow over the next few days, so check back often, and come out and meet, and perhaps have your photograph taken with them!

While we use PayPal as payment processor for your credit or debit card payments, or for direct payments from your bank or PayPal account, a PayPal account is not required. Your account registration during the checkout process will allow you to adjust your order with us whenever you wish.

The day of the event, Registration starts at 11:00 am, with a 1:00 pm shotgun start. Enjoy the contests and awards. Dinner will be provided, and sponsorship opportunities are available at various levels, including:



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Scenes from Past Tournaments:

Click for images of the 2015 tournament.

Click for images of the 2012 tournament.