November 1, 2018

Contact: Roxanne Loyed | Executive Director

[email protected] | 702.623.9990

Miracle League of Las Vegas Offers (4) Exclusive
All-Access Passes to “Capital One’s The Match: Tiger vs. Phil”

LAS VEGAS – “Capital One’s The Match: Tiger vs. Phil” is finally set for Nov. 23 at Shadow Creek and has become a highly exclusive event for spectators in which the two golf legends will go head-to-head for a $9 million, winner-take-all prize.

Miracle League of Las Vegas, a local nonprofit that helps provide those who face cognitive and physical challenges the opportunity to play sports, is thrilled to announce an exclusive addition to their charity auction. Four All-Access Passes to The Match will be available for purchase to provide participants with an exclusive opportunity to join a handful of VIPs and sponsors on the course at Shadow Creek. There will not be any tickets sold to the public for the match.

A few lucky people will now have the opportunity to personally attend this made for TV event. “Miracle League’s All-Access Passes can be purchased individually or as a set depending on auction dynamics over the next 2 weeks”, says Roxanne Loyed, Executive Director of Miracle League of Las Vegas.

The online charity auction that will end on Nov. 15, at 9 p.m. PST is open now at this link: The All-Access Passes can also be purchased at any time for the “Buy Now” price indicated on the charity auction site. All proceeds from the sale of charity auction items including the All-Access Passes will solely benefit the Miracle League of Las Vegas.

For more details about playing, volunteering, sponsoring, and/or donating, visit the Miracle League of Las Vegas website at

About Miracle League of Las Vegas

Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, and online at, Miracle League of Las Vegas provides children and adults with cognitive and/or physical challenges in the greater Las Vegas community the opportunity to play baseball (and now soccer!) in a safe and nurturing environment. Our soft, foam ball and soft, spongy ball field allows 225+ “differently-abled” special athletes to enjoy physical and mental stimulation and be part of a team in 8-game Spring and Fall seasons each year. And after all, everyone deserves a chance to play baseball!