Buy Your Golden Ticket Today!

You could win breakfast & a private tennis lesson with Patrick McEnroe on Oct 23 at OKC Golf & Country Club!


Plus, a Pat Mac autographed Wilson Blade!


$100 per ticket. Only 100 tickets will be sold!

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Raise Your Racquet

When: Friday, October 22

Where: OKC Tennis Center, Indoor Courts

Time: 6 PM - 9 PM 

featuring Patrick McEnroe

Raise Your Racquet Tickets

Patron Tables- $1,000

This table for 8 includes all benefits of an individual ticket, plus the assurance that you and your guests will be seated together. Patron Tables will be recognized digitally at the event. 

Individual Tickets- $100

Dinner, open bar (21+), and entertainment from Keynote Speaker, Patrick McEnroe, and the First Serve OKC students. All guests can purchase a raffle ticket for breakfast and a private lesson with Patrick the morning after the event (Saturday, Oct 23)!

Sponsorship Levels

Platinum- $10,000

8 VIP Tickets

 

One hour private hitting session with Patrick 

 

Front and center table for 8 with Patrick 

 

Presenting Sponsor recognition on all event materials

 

Access to VIP Cocktail Reception and photo with Patrick

 

Access for two to Patrick McEnroe Kids' Clinic on Saturday, Oct 23

Gold- $5,000

8 VIP Tickets

1st or 2nd row table for 8 guests

Gold Sponsor recognition on all event materials

Access to VIP Cocktail Reception and photo with Patrick

Access for two to Patrick McEnroe Kids' Clinic on Saturday, Oct 23

Silver- $2,500

8 VIP Tickets

3rd or 4th row table for 8 guests

Silver Sponsor recognition on all event materials

Access to VIP Cocktail Reception and photo with Patrick

Patrick grew up in Douglaston, NY and reached the semifinals of Wimbledon and the US Open boys' singles in 1983. Patrick and Luke Jensen won the French Junior doubles and USTA Boys' 18 National and Clay Court titles in 1984. He made his first impact on the pro tour that year winning the doubles title at Richmond, Virginia with brother John. Patrick won the Men's Doubles Gold medal at the 1987 Pan American Games with Jensen, and was on the Stanford University NCAA championship team in 1986 and 1988. He joined the pro tour after graduating from Stanford in 1988.

 

On tour, Patrick won 1 singles and 16 doubles titles, including the 1989 French Open Men's Doubles title, and achieved career-high rankings of World No. 28 in singles and World No. 3 in doubles. In 1998, Patrick had a successful run as U.S. Davis Cup captain, the longest tenured captain in U.S. history, winning the cup in 2007. After leaving Davis Cup in 2010, McEnroe focused on his television commentary work, and served as General Manager of Player Development for the USTA until 2015. Patrick joined Sportime and John McEnroe Tennis Academy in 2017.

about patrick

Questions about becoming an RYR Sponsor?

Contact First Serve OKC's Executive Director, 

Emmy Hufnagel

405-315-3822

emmy@firstserveokc.org