|100 HOLE PAR 3 GOLF MARATHON|
For the last eight years, the Par 3 100-Hole Golf Marathon has been an integral part of the CDGA Foundationís fundraising efforts.|
Participants raised more than $66,000 for the Foundation in 2016, culminating with 18 golfers playing 100 par-3 holes May 21 at Zigfield Troy Golf in Woodridge. The Golf Marathon has now raised a total of $650,000 for Foundation programming in its eight-year history. Click here for more information.
|SUNSHINE THROUGH GOLF OUTING|
Now in its 16th year, the Sunshine Through Golf Outing serves as one of the Foundationís key fundraising efforts. The Outing traditionally features a luxurious golf experience at a premier course, including a limited field, high-end tee gifts, exquisite meals, and much more.|
This yearís outing will take place Monday, June 16 at Knollwood Club. Click here to sign up a team or for more information.
|SUNSHINE THROUGH GOLF CAMPS|
Throughout the summer, 92 camps for more than 1,200 individuals with special needs were conducted at courses throughout the Chicago District! Thanks to all who participated and the golf professionals and Special Recreation Associations that helped put on the camps.|
To view the partial 2016 schedule and photos from completed camps, click here. The rest of the 2016 will be released in May.
|PLAY WITH A PRO DAYS|
Sunshine Through Golf athletes had the opportunity to learn from the gameís best at two Play With a Pro Days last summer. Westmoreland Country Club hosted five Champions Tour golfers in town for the Encompass Championship in June, while four PGA Tour pros visited Knollwood Club in September before the BMW Championship.|
Click here for pictures from the June event and click here for photos from the September event.
|VOLUNTEER WITH THE FOUNDATION|
If you would like more information about how to get involved with the Foundation, please contact Alex Nolly at (630) 685-2351 or email@example.com.|
|STGF TEAMS UP WITH REVELATIONGOLF|
RevelationGolf isnít something new. Donna Strum and Kathy Williams started the far-reaching not-for-profit program in September of 2005.|
Strum, a clinical, certified therapeutic recreation specialist, has been using golf in her efforts to help individuals with various physical disabilities since 1993. Williams, a former LPGA Tour player and Evans Scholar, is an LPGA Class A teaching professional. (Read More)
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