"It's not the size of the club, it's how you use it," says adult film star and part-time golfer Jenna Jameson, who is seeking a caddy for a day via Ebay to help her out at The Seventh Annual Skylar Neil Memorial Golf Tournament, hosted by MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil on May 1 at Malibu Country Club in Malibu, Calfornia.
The winning bidder, and a guest, will have the opportunity carry Jenna's bag, help her with club selection, and look for lost balls. After the tournament, the winner will attend a very special awards ceremony and live auction, hosted by Jenna.
The annual tournament is held in memory of Vince's daughter, Skylar, who lost her life at the age of four to stomach cancer in August of 1995. The tournament has helped to raise over $500,000 for various charitable organizations since its inception. Proceeds from the winning bid and tournament go to The Lili Claire Foundation, which seeks to improve the lives of children living with Williams Syndrome, Down Syndrome, autism and other neurogenetic birth defects and to provide hope and resources for their families.
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