Northern Ohio PGA Section Foundation
The Northern Ohio PGA Section Foundation is a 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible.
The Northern Ohio PGA Section Foundation was created for the purpose of administering the charitable and philanthropic affairs on behalf of the golf professionals within the Northern Ohio PGA Section.
These affairs include, but are not limited to, development, promotion and growth of adult and junior golf programs, scholarship programs for children, programs for minority and underprivileged youth in Northern Ohio, and contributions to allied charitable organizations.
Thank You To Our 2020 Donors!
The Northern Ohio PGA Foundation was created for the purpose of administering the charitable and philanthropic affairs on behalf of the golf professionals within the Northern Ohio PGA Section.
These affairs include, but are not limited to: development, promotion and growth of adult and junior golf programs, scholarship programs, programs for minority and underprivileged youth in Northern Ohio, and contributions to allied charitable organizations.
Help Grow The Game
72 Holes To Benefit Charity!
The concept of the event is simple. Section Professionals will tee it up to raise money for the Northern Ohio PGA Section Foundation by making as many birdies as they can while playing 72 holes in one day.
This day is designed to be a fun day for everyone involved with the focus being raising money for the selected charities. On behalf of the Northern Ohio PGA Section Foundation, we will support The Turn, Ohio Girls Golf Foundation, Clearview HOPE, Evans Scholars Foundation and the Edwin Shaw Challenge Golf Program.
Thank you to our Pros who Participated!
Dan Banks, Signature of Solon
Joe Borawski, Brookside Country Club
Mitch Camp, Club Walden
Steve Carter, Pepper Pike Club
Brett Coluccio, Northern Ohio PGA
Zack Cork, Pepper Pike Club
Asa Donaldson, Shawnee Country Club
Mark Evans, Mayfield Sand Ridge
Jaysen Hansen, Beechmont Country Club
Collin Hennon, Shawnee Country Club
Matt Hill, Beechmont Country Club
Chad Kitzmiller, Westfield Country Club
Cory Kumpf, Brookside Country Club
Adam Lewicki, Portage Country Club
Thomas Lydic, Pepper Pike Club
Collin McEndree, Club Walden
Sean McGuire, Pepper Pike Club
Dennis Miller, PGA of America Life Member
Rob Moss, Pepper Pike Club
Steve Parker, Portage Country Club
Jordan Paolini, Shaker Heights Country Club
Drew Pierson, Shaker Heights Country Club
Tim Perin, Lakewood Country Club
Julian Pina, Findlay Country Club
Scott Pollack, 1899 Golf, Cle East
Jordan Schroeder, Findlay Country Club
John Sico, Westwood Country Club
Mark Sierak, Barrington Golf Club
Adam Stinogle, Beechmont Country Club
Brian Suydam, Beechmont Country Club
Tom Waitrovich, Lakewood Country Club
Making The Golf Community A Better Place In Northern Ohio
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We Thank Our Sponsors For Their Generosity!
The Northern Ohio PGA Section Foundation Proudly Supports the Following Programs
Northern Ohio PGA Works Fellowship
PGA WORKS Fellowship is one of the flagship programs of PGA REACH. PGA WORKS Fellowship aspires to be the most valuable entry-level employment opportunity for individuals from diverse backgrounds to garner experience in all facets of the golf industry.
PGA REACH launched the PGA WORKS Fellowship in 2017 and placed PGA WORKS Fellows in the Middle Atlantic, Carolinas and New Jersey PGA Sections.
The Northern Ohio PGA welcomed it's first PGA Works Fellow, Brooke Morgan in 2018. We are currently seeking interested candidates for the 2019 PGA Works Fellowship.
Clearview HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) was founded by Northern Ohio PGA Hall of Fame Member, Dr. Renee Powell as a cost-free, year-round recreational and therapeutic golf program specifically for women veterans. Ladies from every branch of service are welcome to join. Previous golf experience is not required. The program begins each year with 6 weeks of lessons followed by regular play and continuous instruction each Friday of the golf season. Instruction is provided by LPGA/PGA Head Golf Professional Renee Powell. During the winter months the program continues with indoor golf clinics, social gatherings, and service projects.
Formerly known as the Northern Ohio Golf Association’s Return to Golf, this organization has been committed since 2002 to serving people with physical disabilities throughout Northeast Ohio. The program, headed by NOPGA professional Robb Schulze, provides innovative, free-of-charge programs to more than 200 participants annually at the Wharton Center at North Olmsted Golf Club. Program participants range from stroke survivors, amputees, and those inflicted with traumatic brain injuries, visual impairments, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and Parkinson’s disease.
Ohio Girls Golf Foundation (OGGF)
Northern Ohio PGA Director of Operations, Lynne Plaisance is the Executive Director of the Ohio Girls Golf Foundation. The organization encourages, sponsors and supports the game of golf for girls. Over the past two decades, the OGGF has awarded more than $100,000 in college scholarships to hundreds of girls, provided financial assistance to attend designated tournaments, as well as, conducted clinics and tournaments.