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2016 Charities Day, Anderson CC, August 29th

August 1st, 2016

Support your local Golf Professional at the 2016 Indiana Golf Foundation Charities Day on Monday, August 29th at Anderson Country Club in Anderson.  Each participating Professional will play 72 holes in support of the Indiana Golf Foundation, The First Tee of Indiana, and a charity of his or her choosing.  Charities such as Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital, Folds of Honor, Columbus Autism Network and various others will be participating in this event.

Funds will be raised per birdies and eagles made by the participating Professional and total of golf holes played.  If you would like to make a donation please visit www.indianagolf.org, signup on your club’s signup sheet, or visit your participating Professional’s website (see links below).  Donations will be accepted through Sunday, August 28th.

About the Indiana Golf Foundation
Established in 1994 as a shared vision of the Indiana Golf Association and the Indiana Section PGA, the Indiana Golf Foundation (IGF) is dedicated to affording young people the opportunity to learn the game of golf and the life lessons it teaches. The Foundation is funded by both private and corporate contributions, and due to this generosity, juniors are able participate in our programs with minimal, to no fees.  The Foundation consists of the Indiana Junior Tour, the Gongaware Junior Academy, The First Tee of Indiana, the Indiana Golf Hall of Fame and scholarship programs.
 
About The First Tee of Indiana
Based on the fact that the Indiana Golf Foundation has long operated under the theme of ‘Teaching Life Lessons Through the Game of Golf,’ it made perfect sense to incorporate The First Tee of Indiana under the IGF umbrella.  The First Tee of Indiana began with programming locations in Indianapolis and Richmond and has now reached over 30,000 Indiana youth through National School Programs and green-grass programming.  We currently have program locations in Richmond, Bloomington, Columbus, Michiana and South Central (Dubois, Orange, Crawford & Harrison counties) Indiana. 
 
Jack Barber Jason Lepage
Ali Beam Aaron Mikalowsky
Sean Bolduc Tony Pancake
Keith Clark Bill Pollert
Chad Cockerham Dan Ross
Todd Firestone Todd Smith
Tim Frazier Patrick White
Brian Garrett  
Tom Harris  
Kyle Kolarz