PGA HOPE – PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) is the flagship military program of PGA REACH, the charitable foundation of the PGA of America. PGA HOPE introduces golf to Veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social and emotional well-being.
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Southwest PGA License Plate – The Southwest PGA Foundation and the Arizona Department of Transportation worked together to offer this specialty license plate to Arizona registrants. Proceeds from the license plate sales will support youth golf programming that fosters qualities such as sportsmanship, honesty, community involvement and academic excellence. Additionally these proceeds will fund scholarships to recognize student athletes who exude these qualities and are moving on to higher education. The cost of the license plate is only $25/year ($50/year if personalized) and the Southwest PGA Foundation will receive $17 from each license plate sold to continue facilitating programs that strengthen our communities. Click here to order.
Southwest PGA Foundation Pro-Am – This annual golf event is key to generating funds for donation to our community charities and causes. Driven by generous support of our friends in the golf industry, this pro-am as a fun-filled day of golf, food, raffle items, silent auction, prizes and more. The 4th Annual Southwest PGA Pro-Am is scheduled for December 4, 2017, at TPC Scottsdale -Stadium Course.
Fiesta Bowl Charities – The Fiesta Bowl's vision is to be a world-class community organization that executes innovative experiences, drives economic growth and champions charitable causes, inspiring pride in all Arizonans. As a nonprofit organization, it believes in the importance of fostering a culture of community outreach and service. At the core of the organization is Fiesta Bowl Charities, which strives to enhance organizations that contribute to the success of their communities through youth, sports and education.
PGA Golf Day – PGA Golf Day was established in 2009 by local PGA Club Professionals to raise money for Special Olympics Arizona and the Southwest PGA Foundation. PGA professionals play 100 holes of golf or more, all in one day, one ball, and one hole at a time. The estimated time to play is between 11 and 14 hours with no breaks along the way. PGA Professionals kindly request donations to support their day of play.
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