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The South Florida PGA Foundation annually partners with various local organizations to raise awareness and funds to support South Florida PGA Foundation programs. If you want to get involved with the Foundation you can do so by supporting us through a third party!
When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates a small percentage of your purchase to the SFPGA Foundation.  Help us acheive our goal of building homes in every county of our Section throughout south Florida!
Click HERE now to learn how to setup your AmazonSmile account now. Click HERE now to sign up to volunteer with our next build/restoration. 

Donate & Support Golf Marathons Ran by PGA Professionals

Tom Patri, PGA 150+ Hole Golf Marathon
at Hole in the Wall in Naples, click on the image to 
join now.
Tom Yeager, PGA 100+ Hole Golf Marathon
at Hobe Sound Golf Club, click on the image to 
join now.

If you are interested in hosting a golf marathon, please email Michelle Goda at for assistance. 
More Opportunities
Conduct a Fundraiser Host an Event Volunteer
Click on the links above to email the appropriate staff in order to volunteer or host. 
Click on the image above to make a secure donation today, or send check donations to the following address:
Attn: South Florida PGA Foundation
186 Atlantis Blvd.
Atlantis, FL 33462

Foundation Pro Am

2020 South Florida PGA Tire Kingdom Charity Pro-Am
supported by Heritage Creations 
Monday, May 11th Lost Tree Club

Presented by

Supported by:
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  • Click here to register online
  • Entry Deadline, Friday, May 6th

Championship Format

  • Teams comprised of 1 PGA Professional and 3 amateurs
  • Format for the event: Team two best ball of four one gross/one net (90% handicap).
    Maximum score allowed per hole is triple bogey.

Entry Fee

  • $600 per amateur / $1,800 per team
    *Please note that $1,000 of the $1,800 entry fee is tax deductible

Field Limit

  • Registration is first come first served based on a field of 24 teams.
Schedule of Events
  • Sunday, May 10th – Cocktail Reception
    • 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm – Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Place
  • Monday, May 11th 
    • 7:00 am – 8:00 am continental breakfast
    • 8:30 am – shotgun start
    • 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm – lunch and awards

Host Hotel

          Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Plance

  • The Wyndham Grand will be offering a rate of $145 per night plus tax (resort fee is waived)
  • Click here to book your room online now or call 561-273-6668 and use the McArthur Golf Club room block.
  • To view hotel information click here.
Jupiter Beach Resort - 5 North A1A / Jupiter, FL  33477
  • The Jupiter Beach Resort will be offering a rate of $149 per night plus tax (no radditioanl resort fee)
  • Click here to book your room online now or call 1-877-389-0571 and use the password SLPGA2020.
  • To view the hotel website click here


  • Click here to view complete results

For more foundation information or to make a donation to the foundation click here.

Previous Champions:

  • 2019 Lost Tree Club
    Jim McLean Golf Schools - Mark Costaregni, PGA
    Amateurs - George Bubrick, Tom Bubrick and John O'Brien (128)
  • 2018 Olde Florida Golf Club
    Bonita Bay Club - Justin Smith, PGA
    Amateurs - Bob Murphy, Taylor Stewart, Gavin Gillette (127)
  • 2017 – McArthur Golf Club / Loblolly Golf Club
    Medalist Golf Club – Cary Sciorra, PGA
    Amateurs – Tom Tracy, Tom Corr, Kevin Quigley (130*)
    Ocean Reef Club – Michael Leone, PGA
    Amateurs – David Adams, Scott Burke, Kendall Hendrick (133)
  • 2016 – The Club at Mediterra
    PGA Professional – Kevin Murphy, PGA
    Amateurs – Peter Lund, Robb Peglar, Michael O’Neil (127)
  • 2015- The Loxahatchee Club
    Grey Oaks Country Club – John Calabria, PGA
    Amateurs – Rob Keleher, David Kirk, John Scheessele (133)
  • 2014 – Old Collier Golf Club
    West Bay Club – Jeff Raimer, PGA
    Amateurs – Len Reid, Kathy Hughes, Tom Welsh (130)
  • 2013 – Lost Tree Club – unable to complete due to inclement weather
  • 2012 – Indian Creek Club
    Louie Bartoletti, PGA
    Amateurs – Bob Love, Dave Pedersen, Mark Feinkelstein
  • 2011 – Olde Florida Golf Club
    Grey Oaks Country Club – Larry Gantzer, PGA
    Amateurs – Craig Perna, Bob Lee, Ryan Perna
  • 2010 – McArthur Golf Club
    Dave Carse
    Amateurs – Robert Arkin, Michael Horvitz, Courtnery Lord

PGA Hope Classic

PGA HOPE Classic

Due the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 PGA HOPE Classic has been canceled and will be played next May 2021.  This decision did not come lightly as our local veterans still need our help.  

Although we are unable to provide programming at this time, we are still finding ways virtually to connect with our veterans to ensure they are safe and healthy.  Ways we are connecting include:
  • Facebook Groups
  • Buddy Check-In Calls
  • Sharing video tips from our PGA Professionals who instruct the program 
  • And so much more
To learn more about how you continue to help our veterans outside of this event, click here.

For more information about PGA HOPE click HERE

If interested in participating in our Classic Club Clash click HERE for more information

Click on the image below to watch media coverage of the 2019 HOPE Classic. 

PGA HOPE Committee Members:
​Dana Middleton
Maria Pumarejo
Michael Roscoe
Rob Torrington

Quail Valley Pro-Am

2020 Quail Valley Holiday Pro-Am 
Supported byHeritage Creations, Signature Golf and Tire Kingdom
Benefiting the South Florida PGA Foundation
Monday, December 7th, 2020

Schedule of Events:

  • 8:00 AM double tee start
  • 7:00 AM - 10 AM Breakfast
  • 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Lunch
  • Awards will be announced at the conclusion of play and distributed via email.
Cost to participate including golf, breakfast, lunch, tee gift, purse payout and more is $595 per team. 
Teams MUST be comprised of one PGA Member/Associate and one Amateur.
Format - Better Ball Stableford Points System (Net and Gross)

Click here to register now!

Preview Results:

2019 Low Professional - / 1st Gross - Lee Stroever, PGA & Gary Pohrer (45)  / 1st Net - Ken Duke & Richard Bradley (54)
2018 Low Professional - Andrew Filbert, PGA (48) / 1st Gross - Justin Hicks & Chris Hatfield (57) / 1st Net - Jerry Impellittiere & Bob Dewit (63) 
2017 Low Professional - Brian Peaper, PGA (41) / 1st Gross - Sal Spallone & Bill Mallon (47) / 1st Net - Cary Sciorra, PGA & Tom Corr (51) 
2015 Event canceled due to inclement weather
2014   Low Professional - Justin Hicks (69) / 1st Gross - Justin Hickes & John Reynolds (64) / 1st Net - Guy Boros & David Geisser (65*)  
2013 Low Professional - Jay Westerlund, PGA (68) / 1st Gross - Cameron Wiebe, PGA & John Pickett III / 1st Net - Sal Spallone & Ray Olgethrope 
  * - indicates scorecard playoff

If you are not able to attend but wish to contribtue to this well-deserving cause, donate at the link below. 

Donate Now

Foundation Membership

Founded in 2004, the South Florida PGA Foundation is dedicated to impacting lives throughout the south Florida community through the game of golf. Since its inception, the Foundation has grown 450%, granting more than $650,000 to local charities, local students and individuals conducting outreach programs. Each year the reach of the Foundation continues to grow, as programs develop and junior golf activities expand.

In 2016, the SFPGA Foundation had 1,300 juniors participate in four different levels of play, 60+ veterans participate in PGA HOPE, 124 children receive golf tips from nine PGA Professionals through our Smiling Fore Life program, four deserving students receive scholarship grants for their education, nine charities receive grants to support their programs and 1 deserving family purchase their very first home supported by the SFPGA Foundation through Habitat for Humanity of Martin County.

As we strive to impact more lives through the programs we administer, we need the help and support of the local community!

To make a donation please click on the button below. 

About the SFPGA Foundation
The South Florida PGA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded to support the South Florida community, with a focus on junior golf, education and scholarships, and charitable gifting. The South Florida PGA Foundation falls under the direction of the South Florida PGA, a not-for-profit organization comprised of over 1,800 men and women PGA Professionals serving as the experts in business and the game of golf. In 2004 the South Florida PGA Foundation began operations as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded to support the South Florida community.



Q: When was the SFPGA Foundation created?
A: The SFPGA Foundation was created in 2004 to support junior golf, scholarships, education and charitable gifting. Since its inception the Foundation has grown over 460% impacting the lives of more than 8,500 individuals throughout the south Florida community.

Q: What is the mission of the SFPGA
A: The mission of the South Florida PGA Charitable Foundation is to support and conduct junior golf programs, grant scholarships, and provide charitable gifts for the South Florida community utilizing the 1800 PGA professionals of the South Florida PGA to support these efforts.

Q: What programs operate under the umbrella of the Foundation?
A: Scholarship -- Developed in 2018 the South Florida PGA Foundation annually provides one local student with a four year, $20,000 scholarship to assist with their college education. The student selected to receive the schoalrship will receive it in $5,000 increments over the course of four years. In order to receive funding each year, additional paperwork including a copy of the student's transcript must be submitted to the SFPGA Foundation to ensure the student is performing at an acceptable level.  

Smiling Fore Life – Created in 2010 this a program encouraging SFPGA Professionals to visit local children’s hospitals weekly. These visits help bring golf into children’s lives who may be experiencing hardship, and allows children an opportunity to forget about their challenges and enjoy a fun and new activity. In addition to the great benefits
the program provides to the children it also affords SFPGA Professionals the opportunity to get more involved in the local community.

PGA HOPE – New in 2015, PGA Hope is a program designed to provide local military veterans with an opportunity to learn the game of golf as form of rehab from local PGA Professionals. Since it's inception our program has touched the lives of close to 700 veterans across our thirteen host sites. 

Habitat for Humanity – Annually the Foundation financially supports one home build/refurbishment for Habitat for Humanity. PGA Professionals are asked to volunteer their time to help with these projects as a means of getting more involved in the community.

Challenge & Championship Tour - Two premiere membership-based junior golf programs providing competitive and fun tournament experiences for golfers with the aspirations and skill levels to compete at the high school and collegiate levels. Both tours encompass an eleven-month season of tournament golf played on championship golf courses.

Prep Tour - For junior golfers ages 9-18 who have advanced from Links Tour, but are not ready for 36 holes of competition just yet. The Prep Tour features 1-day, 18 hole events for junior golfers with some prior playing experience. The Prep Tour encompasses a ten-month season from February to November.

Links Tour - For junior golfers ages 6-14 with beginning level golf experience and offers an introduction to tournament play through a 9-hole stroke play competition. Links Tour serves as a fun, social, less stressful approach to tournament golf, and provides junior golfers with knowledge and skills that set the stage for a lifetime of golf enjoyment.

Q: How are funds raised to support these programs?
A: The SFPGA Foundation annually conducts two Pro-Am’s to support Foundation activities throughout the year. These events serve as the Foundation’s primary fundraising activities thanks to the support of our corporate partners. Outside of golf events, funds are raised through public, corporate and member donations. The Foundation is extremely fortunate to have great friends in the community who believe in the mission and annually look to support our cause.

Q: How can you get involved?
A: Individuals can volunteer at a Junior Golf event or assist on a Habitat for Humanity home build day. Outside of volunteering time individuals can participate in one of the two Pro-Am’s held annually, host a PGA Junior League team or conduct a fundraiser or golf marathon.