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Foundation Charity Classic

Charity Classic 2022

Monday, October 10
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What is the Charity Classic?

The Connecticut PGA Foundation Charity Classic is our most important annual fundraising event put on at The Hartford Golf Club. 

We welcome all golfers including amateurs, PGA members, sponsors and more gather for a unique day of golf! Each participating group pays a playing fee and they are treated to golf, complimentary lunch and dinner, free gifts at registration, access to unique raffle prizes, an auction and more. 

All proceeds from this day support the Connecticut Section PGA Golf Foundation and it’s beneficiaries. The Foundation’s purpose is to grow the game and positively impact the lives of youth, special needs golfers, military veterans, and diverse populations by enabling access to PGA Professionals and the game of golf. 

If you have more questions email ssohn@pgahq.com or call us at 860-430-2302.

2021 Charity Classic Photo Album

How Does It Make A Difference?

We want to continue to positively impact lives through the support our foundation receives from events like this Charity Classic. Our foundation supports programs for youth, military veterans, diverse populations and more. By donating or participating in the Charity Classic, you can help us continue to make a meaningful difference.

Quotes From Foundation Beneficiaries

"Thank you for helping us showcase what our athletes CAN do."
"Because of your gift, we will reach the next level of excellence in providing sports training, health screenings and resources to more than 12,000 participants."

Quote from a Veteran who participated in the PGA HOPE program

"This experience has been nothing short of amazing!! Looking forward to next year! Thanks for everything"

PGA HOPE

"We are incredibly grateful for the partnership we have with the foundation and the section. Thanks for this grant that allowed us to continue impacting young people in CT through this great game!"

Golfers In Motion Program

"Helped me understand that after a traumatic motorcycle accident that cost me my leg, that I can get out and do anything I put my heart into."
-A participant in the program