Donald Trump Hosts the 4th Annual CaP Cure PRO-AM Tennis Benefit Raised $2.5 Million for Prostate Cancer

Trump Nets Namesake Tourney Win For Charity

Trump, with partner David Adams, defeats Vince Spadea/Michael Milken at Pro-AM, which raises S2.5 million for CaP Cure.

For the second consecutive year. Donald Trump beat out the competition Sunday to win the benefit pro-am tennis tournament he hosts at his Mar-a-lago Club – It’s exciting to be a winner said Trump, paired with Seth African David Adams, ranked No 7 in world double. ‘My partner was superb He certainly has what it takes to produce victories. The billionaire developer won last year’s Donald J. Trump Pro-AM Invitational Tennis Tournament with the aid of Australia’s Andrew Lie who was absent sunday.

Sunday’s tournament raised $2.5 million for CaP Cure, the Association for the Cure of Cancer of the Prostate. Trump and Adams beat pro Vince Spadea and CaP Cure founder Michael Milken 4-3(5-4) in a final-round, sudden-death tie-breaker. Adams ended the match with an explosive overhead return of a lofty lob. “This was a spectacular finish to a match that was close all the way,” said Anthony Boulle. Mar-a-Lago’s tennis director and event organizer.

Financier Milken was equally as excited after the final match, but for a different reason. 

Donald Trump Offers to Play a Round of Tennis to Winner of eBay Charity Auction

Donald Trump Offers to Play a Round of Tennis to Winner of eBay Charity Auction
Donald Trump Offers to Play a Round of Tennis to Winner of eBay Charity Auction

The News-Star (Monroe, Louisiana) • 21 Jun 2004

Highest bidders can play tennis with Trump

Celebrities offer lunch on eBay for charity Donald Trump, Don King, Avril Lavigne and Ed McMahon are among the celebrities offering private lunches, guitar lessons and other items in an eBay auction to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation.

The highest bidders can play tennis with Trump, spend an afternoon with Arnold Palmer or win an internship at Esquire magazine or ABC radio. Other items include a guitar lesson from Paul Stanley of Kiss, a visit to the set of NBC’s “Fear Factor” and lunch with Lavigne. All proceeds will benefit the non-profit foundation, based in Santa Monica, which provides funds for prostate cancer research The auction will run through Monday