The event, in which attendees pair up with a Flyers player, coach or alumnus for 18 holes plus brunch, a silent auction and a reception, has been held at Trump National for the past seven years.
Ron Hextall has shown that he isn't afraid of taking risks in the draft. But he has yet to show that same fearlessness in trades and free agency.
Taking high school center Jay O'Brien - 19th in the first round - was a risk worth taking, according to Flyers GM Ron Hextall.
After not being able to pull off a trade at the draft, the Flyers GM will try to make a major deal in the coming weeks.
Three centers and three defensemen were among the Flyers eight picks in the two-day draft in Dallas.
The Flyers went for a physical defenseman from Sweden with their second-round pick Saturday in Dallas. They drafted three defensemen Saturday.
"We go for the best player,'' Flyers general manager Ron Hextall said.
The Flyers stayed put and took Farabee with the 14th pick and O'Brien with the 19th.
It seems Ron Hextall would like to trade up. If he does, keep an eye on Evan Bouchard, a right-handed defenseman with great upside.
The Flyers have excelled when they have had two first-round picks in recent years. They hope the pattern continues this weekend in Dallas.
As the draft approaches, Wayne Simmonds' name has swirled in trade rumors.
DALLAS (AP) - When Barry Trotz left the Washington Capitals fresh off winning the Stanley Cup, the New York Islanders couldn't move fast enough to talk to him.
Two men with ties to the area are among the new owners of a USHL team in Iowa.