WHAT IS 100 HOLES FOR HOPE?
The mission of 100 Holes for HOPE is to involve PGA Professionals, military veterans and all golf enthusiasts in a marathon round of 100 holes on one of the longest days of the year! In 2020, proceeds from 100 Holes for HOPE will benefit PGA REACH Minnesota; specifically, the PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) program, as well as our local healthcare workers, first responders, and law enforcement.
The impact of COVID-19 is being felt across the country in communities big and small, in ways we could have never imagined. Beyond the global health crisis, the coronavirus is having severe impacts on individuals, small businesses and health care organizations.
PGA REACH Minnesota and its Partners are pledging to ensure that our local heroes have the tools they need, including supplies and reliable equipment they need to keep us safe and healthy!
For the past two years, local PGA Professionals, veterans, and golf enthusiasts have come together for a marathon round of 100 holes of golf on one of the longest days of the year! Proceeds from the event have benefited numerous PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) Chapters across the Minnesota PGA Section. This year, a percentage of the proceeds will benefit our local heroes as we use this event as a platform for giving back to the community.
The 3rd Annual 100 Holes for HOPE & Heroes fundraiser will take place on Thursday, June 18th at Mount Frontenac Golf Course. The concept of the event is simple. Local PGA Professionals and Veterans will tee-it-up on this day in an effort to raise money for local heroes by making as many birdies as they can while playing 100 holes in one day.
We are asking for your support of local PGA Professionals and participating Veterans as they “play for a purpose” by making a financial pledge for every birdie made on June 18th. If you are in a position to contribute and have the means to take action, we hope you will donate today. No dollar amount is too small. Flat donations, per birdie donations, or select Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) can be made at any time prior to the event. Visit the Donate tab to learn how.