Golfers joined in for a great event at the Bogey Hills Country Club to support the Snow Foundation. The Snow Foundation Celebrity Shootout featured golf, fourteen par 3 holes with unique hole-in-one contests, four par 5 long drive holes, a $100,000 shootout for 18 golfers, lunch and an awards reception, plus celebrities interacted with the teams during the day. It was a great day of golf to support the Snow Foundation, a voice for a rare disease, working towards a cure for Wolfram Syndrome. The Snow Foundation is the single largest supporter of Wolfram Syndrome research in the world and was started by Stephanie Gebel and her brother J.T. Snow, former San Francisco Giants first baseman and six-time gold glove winner after Stephanie Gebel’s daughter Raquel was diagnosed with Wolfram Syndrome.