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The Doctor’s Cup Tournament began in 2010 in South Florida.  Hospital groups, medical service organizations, and private practices gather every year to celebrate their passion for Golf and Philanthropy while facing each other to prove who has the best golfers in town.  Donations from the participating hospitals help health students participate in medical missions across the Caribbean, Central, and South America.

A Letter from the Founder

Dear Potential Partner,

My name is Alex Miranda, founder of Jose’s Hands. Since 2010, we’ve provided scholarships to health students participating in medical missions across the Caribbean, Central, and South America.

The biggest partners we have in our non-profit are doctors and their respected medical organizations. We see eye-to-eye when it comes to making sure health students participate in medical missions.

And for some medical professionals, we also see eye-to-eye in our passion for golf!

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For the first time ever in the history of golf tournaments, we’ve created a competition that pins hospitals, practices, and healthcare companies against each other.  The golfers compete to have their company’s name etched into Doctor’s Cup history; and settle once and for all who are the best golfers in healthcare.  It’s a fierce competition among the industry’s best golfers!

The tournament is Saturday, October 1, 2022 at TPC San Antonio, the #1 golf country club in the State of Texas. The tournament, which raises funds for health students going on medical mission trips, will be followed up with a celebration at the upscale JW Marriott 18 Oaks restaurant with food, drinks, and live music for the healthcare community.

We hope to set a tradition with this tournament that will last for decades as we all celebrate and unite for medical missions worldwide.  We’re also hoping that you will partner with us in sponsoring the golf tournament (exposure for your brand) and supporting student medical missions!

This packet contains most of the information you’ll need to make an informed decision on sponsoring.  More information is available at

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