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The 100 Hole Challenge

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Benefitting the Colorado Section PGA Golf in Schools Program and March of Dimes

The 100 Hole Challenge was established in 2009 by Colorado PGA Professionals to raise money for a special cause.  PGA Professionals play 100 holes of golf, all in 1 day, on their own courses, 1 ball, and 1 hole at a time.  PGA Professionals request donations to support their day of play.  Each PGA professional sponsors themselves for at least $1 per hole or $100.

The Colorado Section PGA understands the importance of healthy moms and healthy babies, and we also realize the positive impact the game of golf can have on people’s lives. That’s why we’re campaigning to raise over $100,000 for the March of Dimes and the Colorado Foundation -- to help develop a healthier generation and future leaders of tomorrow.

The March of Dimes Mission
To improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. We carry out this mission through research, community services, education and advocacy to save babies' lives.

The Colorado Section PGA Golf in Schools Program

The Colorado Section PGA Golf in Schools Program is a collaborative effort between the Founding Associations of the Colorado Open Golf foundation: The Colorado Section PGA, Colorado Golf Association, Colorado Women's Golf Association, and Rocky Mountain Golf Course Superintendents' Association (the Allied Golf Associations of Colorado) to introduce school age children across the state to the game of golf and the valuable life skills it teaches.

The Colorado PGA Foundation Mission

The Colorado PGA Foundation was created for the purpose of administering the charitable and philanthropic affairs on behalf of the golf professionals within the Colorado Section PGA.

These affairs include, but are not limited to, promotion and growth of junior golf, scholarship programs for children of PGA members, programs for minority and underprivileged youth in Colorado, contributions to allied charitable organizations, and the future development of a Colorado PGA Hall of Fame.


Colorado PGA Foundation
6630 Bear Dance Road
Larkspur, Colorado 80118
P | (303) 996-1597
F | (303) 681-3992