PGA Golf Professionals do much more than play golf!
PGA Members, Apprentices and Family will tee it up playing 100 holes all in 1 day for charity.
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What is PGA Golf Day?
The PGA Golf Day was established by PGA Professionals to raise money for charity. PGA Professionals, Apprentices and their family select a day to play 100 holes of golf, all in one day, one ball, and one hole at a time. PGA Professionals kindly request donations to support their chosen charity of their choice and the Minnesota PGA Foundation.
The first PGA Golf Day of the year was held on April 30th 2011. Five professionals and apprentices played the TPC Twin Cities to kick off Play Golf Minnesota Week!
The last PGA Golf Day was Monday, June 25th 2012. One foursome traveled around the west metro playing 6 different golf courses to complete 100 holes. Thanks to Woodhill CC, Wayzata CC, Elm Creek GC, Orono GC, Eagle Lake and Rush Creek for making this a unique day to experience!