The Oregon Tiger Sanctuary golf tournament

09-18-golfMedford, Ore., — The Oregon Tiger Sanctuary is raising funds in its 2nd annual golf tournament.

The Eagle Point non-profit specializes in rescuing wild animals like tigers, lions and leopards and giving them a forever home.

24 golfers played for the top prize of $40,000 dollars in cash today at Centennial Golf Club in Medford.

“I hope we raise a lot of funds, we can use a lot of help, it takes a lot of money to feed animals exotic animals especially and domestic, and give them the proper housing.” said the sanctuaries Director of Veterinary Services, Robert Nagato-Needleman.

All the money raised from the tournament will go directly to the sanctuary, to help house feed and care for the animals they rescue.

You can visit the Oregon Tiger Sanctuary’s website at

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