PGA of America REACH Foundation Philadelphia's 2023 Annual Progress Report

Page 1 Annual Progress Report 2023 MAKING PROGRESS A REALITY PGA REACH Philadelphia continued to thrive in 2023, highlighted by growth in Youth, Military, and Diversity & Inclusion programming

PGA REACH Philadelphia

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Founded in 2018, PGA REACH Philadelphia is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable arm of the Philadelphia PGA Section, one of the 41 geographical PGA of America Sections, and encompasses Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Delaware, and Northeastern Maryland. PGA REACH Philadelphia’s mission is to positively impact communities and enrich lives through the game of golf by supporting and delivering programs that focus on personal development and sportsmanship with an emphasis on three core pillars: Youth, Military, and Diversity & Inclusion.

3 From the Director’s Desk

4 Nationally-Recognized Patriot

5 Down the Shore: Fourth Annual Pro-Am

6 Youth: PGA Jr. League Still Going Strong

7 Youth: Bringing Golf to Schools

8 Military: Saluting Our Veterans

9 Military: Hopeful Competition

10 Diversity: 2023 Diversity Scholars

11 Diversity: Mentoring Golf’s Future

12 PGA WORKS: Learning Through Fellowship

13 PGA WORKS: Smith Impresses in Ala.

14 Drive, Chip & Putt Regional Qualifier

15 United With Our Community

16 Help From Our Friends

17 Our Partners

18 Our Supporters

BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Chair Karen Batchelder, Senior Finance Professional; Honorary Chair Harry Hammond, PGA, Penn Oaks Golf Club; Graham Bachman, Hidden River Strategic Capital; John Blaskovich, MedEast Solutions Limited Inc.; Kevin Ford, Holman; Claudia Gangemi, Honeybrook Jr. Golf Director; Laura Hammond, Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia; Treasurer Gregory D. Marks, Independence Realty Trust, Joseph W. “Chip” Marshall III, Stevens & Lee Law Firm; Jeffrey P. McFadden, The Union League of Philadelphia; Krista Mitzak, Philanthropist; Robert Moses, American Packaging; Charles L. Nelson, MD, Penn Medicine; Michael Zisman, Golf Genius Software

PGA OF AMERICA GOLF PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEE: Chair Anthony Malizia, PGA, Bidermann G.C.; Matt Bonanno, PGA, Newark C.C.; Jeffrey Breiner, PGA, C.C. of Harrisburg; John Carpineta, PGA, Bensalem Township C.C.; Gerry Davis, PGA, Pinecrest C.C.; Jon Flint, PGA, Commonwealth National G.C.; Stephen Frederick, PGA, Steel Club; Jason Lamp, PGA, Galloway National G.C.; Bob Lennon, PGA, Wilmington C.C.; Michael Little, PGA, Clubhouse 54; Kyle Monahan, PGA, Pocono Farms C.C.; Dan Mrozinski, PGA, Commonwealth National G.C.; Sean Palmer, PGA, Union League of Philadelphia; Scott Reilly, PGA, Philadelphia C.C.; Jenna Soranno, PGA, Wilmington C.C.; Steve Wager, PGA, Toftrees Resort G.C.

STAFF: Geoffrey Surrette, PGA, Executive Director; Barbara Creveling, Assistant Executive Director; Courtney Curcio, Director; Matt Frey, PGA, Communications Director; Erin Martin, Coordinator; Rachel Goetz, PGA WORKS Fellow; Lydia Victor, PGA WORKS Fellow; Brian Schulte, PGA, Tournament Director; Sue Unger, Membership Director; Leilyn Nowaczynski, Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour Director; Joe Sponheimer, Tournament Coordinator; Cassie Vogel, Tournament Coordinator; Matt Hulnick, Graphic Designer

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Leading Into the Future

As we reflect on the impact made by PGA REACH Philadelphia in 2023, we are thrilled to share the profound influence your support has had on our mission and vision. Last year played a pivotal role in shaping the future and fostering the growth of our foundation.

Thanks to the dedication of our ambassadors, PGA REACH Philadelphia has continued to enrich lives through our growing programs. In 2023, we achieved significant milestones, including:

• Reaching over 1, 000 U.S. military veterans and active duty through PGA HOPE

• Expanding the Golf in Schools program to 58 schools

• Raising over $67,000 at our annual PGA REACH Philadelphia Pro-Am Championship

• Adding three additional events to our schedule: the PGA HOPE Cup, a Drive, Chip & Putt Regional Qualifier, and a Cornhole Classic

• Boosting PGA Jr. League participation to 1, 900 youth golfers

• Awarding 46 Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour Diversity Scholarships

• Providing over $13,000 in grants to local organizations that align with our mission

Our 2023 annual progress report encapsulates the achievements of the year, showcasing the impact of our programs, events, and the unwavering support from individuals like yourself. It also outlines our ambitious plans for the future, and highlights the crucial role our supporters play in making these aspirations a reality. None of this would be possible without your continued support and passion for

our mission. To our board of directors, PGA of America Golf Professionals, program participants, partners, and trustee members—thank you! Nationally, the PGA of America has launched a new branding campaign, “We Love This Game,” that introduces a new logo for the PGA of America, its 41 Sections, and PGA REACH foundations. We are excited to build upon our existing brand as the rollout continues throughout 2024.

As we look into a promising future for the game of golf, we hope you recognize the significant impact you can continue to make by supporting PGA REACH Philadelphia in the years ahead.



NationallyRecognized Patriot PGA OF AMERICA AWARDS

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hiladelphia’s own John Carpineta, PGA, was honored by the PGA of America in November, helping to headline the Class of the Association’s 2023 national awards honorees. Carpineta, known affectionately as "Johnny C," is the Section’s first national PGA Patriot Award recipient. The honor goes to a PGA Professional who personifies patriotism through the game of golf and demonstrates unwavering commitment and dedication to the men and women who have valiantly served and protected the United States of America.

An inspiration to many, Carpineta earned his PGA of America Membership at 62 years old. Today, at age 82, he remains a driving force in leading the growth of PGA HOPE Philadelphia. A U.S. Army veteran, Carpineta is an advocate for golf programming to be used as a form of therapy for veterans, and thanks to his efforts, more than 1,000 veterans have been positively impacted. Carpineta has been the recipient of multiple awards at the Section level, including Golf Professional of the Year in 2019, the Patriot Award (2017, ‘18, ‘20) and the Player Development Award in 2015. Carpineta has also been instrumental in mentoring other PGA of America Professionals who have aspirations to be heavily involved in PGA HOPE programming. His commitment to service at the Section level includes being the co-chair of PGA HOPE Bensalem since 2016, a member of the Player Development Committee since 2016, and an Education Committee member since 2011, among other Section committees.

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Down the Shore

Fourth annual pro-am is a huge success

PGA REACH Philadelphia’s fourth annual pro-am championship was hosted at Galloway (N.J.) National Golf Club on October 16 and raised over $67,000, including proceeds from our online auction. The event paired one PGA of America Golf Professional with three amateur golfers, and its proceeds will help support the foundation’s Youth, Military, and Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.

The winning team featured Mike Bowman, Jake Markezin, Charlie Bowman, and Todd Kiebort from the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board, and finished with a net score of 15-under-par 56. The event also featured participants from PGA HOPE, PGA Jr. League, the PGA REACH Diversity Scholarship, and the PGA WORKS Fellowship stationed around the course, sharing their experiences and the foundation’s impact on their lives.

The Union League of Philadelphia served as the premier partner, while American Floors Inc., Creative Financial Group, Ocean Casino Resort, Parx Casino, Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board, Visit Delco, William E. Howe & Co., and the Zisman Family Foundation served as presenting partners. The AGS Tour and Holman were supporting partners, with gifts from Ahead, Winston Collection, Bushnell, Casamigos, and Pairings Cigar Bar. | 5 Scan to watch pro-am recap PRO-AM

Bringing Golf to Schools

PGA REACH Philadelphia’s and the Golf Association of Philadelphia’s successful Golf in Schools program continued to experience impressive growth in 2023. Last year, the program grew to 59 schools, ultimately reaching nearly 5,000 students. The PGA of America Golf Professionaldeveloped curriculum is designed to introduce kids to the game of golf, as well as the mental and physical health benefits the sport provides. Our foundation and the PGA of America Golf Professional volunteers work with the schools’ physical education departments to provide this special education platform on a regular basis.

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Still Going Strong

PGA Jr. League has been PGA REACH Philadelphia’s most engaging program since its inception, and the 2023 season continued that trend. The program included nearly 1, 900 youth golfers competing on over 100 teams against each other en route to the Section’s 13 u and 17u championships at Out Door Country Club and Rolling Green Golf Club, respectively. The titles were ultimately captured by PGA of America Member Chris Brosius’ Delaware Beach 13 u team, and fellow PGA of America Golf Professional Matt Finger’s DuPont 17u team. Both advanced to Regionals, where they had the chance to qualify for the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championships.


1,900 Total Competitors (~400 Girls, 1,500 Boys)

100+ Teams

87 PGA of America Coaches

212 Scholarships


Saluting Our Veterans

PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) Philadelphia is the foundation’s flagship military program. PGA HOPE introduces golf to veterans to enhance their physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being. The program is taught through a developmental five-week curriculum, taught by PGA of America Golf Professionals trained in adaptive golf and military cultural competencies. In 2023, over 40 PGA of America Golf Professionals became PGA HOPE certified at our three training sessions, bringing our Section’s total to over 80. PGA HOPE is funded and supplemented by PGA REACH, so the cost of programming remains free to all veterans.

PGA HOPE Philadelphia reached over 650 active duty U.S. military veterans in 2023, increasing the program’s total reach to over 1,000 since its inception in 2015. Clinics were hosted at 10 chapter locations, including a new session at Saucon Valley C.C., Regents’ Glen C.C., and the C.C. at Woodloch Springs. Beginning in 2021, PGA REACH Philadelphia started providing a job board to PGA HOPE veterans, allowing them to work at local golf facilities, and giving them additional course access and program benefits. In addition to weekly learning opportunities, the foundation continued offering offseason clinics at Fairways & Dreams Indoor Golf in Conshohocken, Pa., to keep them engaged over the winter months. Additionally, the foundation is looking to open four new chapter locations in 2024.


Hopeful Competition

Saucon Valley Country Club won the inaugural PGA HOPE Philadelphia Cup in dominating fashion at Riverton Country Club in August. As a result of their victory, the team, Mike Wood, PGA, Bill Lippincott, Cal Bostick, Leo Kollar, and Shaun Osting, will represent PGA REACH Philadelphia’s PGA HOPE chapters in the 2024 PGA Secretary’s Cup during PGA Championship week in Kentucky. The 2023 PGA HOPE Philadelphia Cup’s presenting partner was MedEast Post-Op & Surgical Inc. and was supported by Greyson Clothiers, PXG, and Univest.

The PGA HOPE Secretary’s Cup celebrates the PGA HOPE program by providing a unique and memorable experience for our military veterans and the PGA of America Golf Professionals who work tirelessly to positively impact veterans’ lives. This annual event, in conjunction with the week of PGA Championship, began in 2016 and is named after the Secretary of Veteran Affairs in recognition of the Memorandum of Understanding between PGA REACH and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Each team is made up of four veterans from a PGA HOPE program and one PGA or LPGA Professional. In 2023, the Section was represented by PGA of America Member Anthony Shields, James Frawley, Eric Newsome, Joe Dooley, and Bill Lippincott.


2023 Diversity Scholars

PGA REACH Philadelphia recognizes diversity and inclusion’s importance to our society. One of the foundation’s goals is to help people from diverse populations and marginalized communities improve their lives through the game of golf. With 16 youth golfers receiving scholarships, the 2023 scholarship class is the foundation’s largest, bringing our total number of recipients to 46. Scholarship recipients receive an annual membership and seven tournament entries on the Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour, golf equipment, and a PGA of America Golf Professional mentor, until the age of 18. The 2023 scholarships were supported by Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board, Cobra Puma Golf, the 1854 Foundation, and the First Tee of Greater Philadelphia, and 1764

William Broadbelt, Sewell, N.J.

Megan Choi, Penn Valley, Pa.

Fortress Chryst, Wescosville, Pa.

Yalana Clarke, Villanova, Pa.

Antonella Ferrer, Wynnewood, Pa.

Benjamin Gangemi, Downingtown, Pa.

Emma Gangemi, Downingtown, Pa.

Joseph Gangemi, Downingtown, Pa.

James Gates, Ardmore, Pa.

Noah Gates, Ardmore, Pa.

Brayden Holland, Haddon Township, N.J.

Timothy Huber, Westmont, N.J.

Justin Marcus, Glenmoore, Pa.

Bruno Peri, Glen Mills, Pa.

Lilly Reagan, Philadelphia, Pa.

Lauren Williams, Philadelphia, Pa.


Mentoring Golf’s Future

As part of the Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour Diversity Scholarship, recipients receive access to PGA of America Golf Professional mentors to help them with their swings, offer clubfitting, and provide them with life advice. Huntingdon Valley C.C.’s PGA Director of Instruction Kelly Sanderson mentored 10-year-old Antonella Ferrer, and had this to say about her experience:

“Throughout our time together, Antonella was inquisitive, attentive, and extremely coachable. She naturally works hard and her love for the game of golf shines while she is on the course. Throughout the year, we worked on her confidence, and saw some impressive results. I am honored to be Nella’s mentor and I am so excited to watch her continue to play and have fun!”

From a mentee perspective, the relationships are just as valued. Scholarship recipient Joey Gangemi says, “I believe that one of the most important parts of the scholarship is being able to have a PGA of America Golf Professional mentor; for me, that’s Philadelphia Cricket Club’s PGA Director of Golf Jim Smith Jr. Jim and I met once a month to observe my golf swing and identify things to improve on. Jim has not only been coaching me in golf, but he is also teaching me life skills that I will be able to use in the future.”


Learning Through Fellowship

The PGA WORKS Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a 15-month, paid immersion in a PGA Section’s Foundation operations. This entry-level employment experience is designed to offer insight into various career paths within the golf industry. It serves as a valuable platform for individuals from historically underrepresented backgrounds—be it by gender, age, race or color, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, disability, religion, or veteran status—to gain comprehensive experience across all facets of the golf industry. The PGA WORKS Fellowship initiative boasts 22 fellows across 22 Sections and two in affiliated organizations in 2023. Since 2017, an impressive 81 percent of Fellows have successfully secured jobs within the golf industry.

Highlighting the program’s success, Rachel Goetz, PGA REACH Philadelphia’s 2022 Fellow, completed her 15-month fellowship and subsequently joined the 2024 PGA Championship team as their volunteer operations coordinator. In September 2023, Lydia Victor, who recently graduated from Drexel University, was hired as the new PGA WORKS Fellow, and will complete her fellowship at the end of 2024.

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Rachel Goetz Lydia Victor

Smith Impresses in Alabama

In 2023, a Junior PGA WORKS event showcased top diverse junior golfers in a 36-hole stroke play championship at Shoal Creek Club during the PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship. The tournament provided a platform for 16 boys and 10 girls to display their skills and network with over 50 college coaches present at the event. Kasim Narinesingh-Smith from Kennett Square, Pa., achieved an impressive third-place finish at the Shoal Creek Club event, representing the Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour as a recipient of the Diversity Scholarship.

In addition to the tournament, participants engaged in PGA WORKS Beyond the Green, an event aiming to encourage talent from historically underrepresented backgrounds to pursue careers in the golf industry and beyond. | 13

Punching Tickets to Augusta

The Philadelphia PGA Section and Aronimink Golf Club teamed to host a Drive, Chip & Putt Regional Qualifier in September. Eight youth golfers earned their spots in the Drive, Chip & Putt National Finals, to be played at Augusta National Golf Club on April 7, 2024. A joint initiative founded in 2013 by the Masters Tournament, United States Golf Association, and the PGA of America, Drive, Chip & Putt is a free nationwide youth golf development competition aimed at growing the game by focusing on the three fundamental skills employed in golf. The event’s 96 participants started their journey at the local level, advancing from one of 30 Local Qualifiers. From there, they advanced through a Sub-Regional Qualifier, ultimately earning them a place to compete at Aronimink. Four of the eight youth golfers headed to Augusta National are Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour members, a new record for the tour: Trebor Melendez, Colby Komancheck, Trisha Lobo, and Kayley Roberts. Komancheck is also the son of PGA Member Jamie Komancheck and LPGA Member Kelly Komancheck of RiverCrest Golf Club and Preserve in Phoenixville, Pa.

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United With Our Community

PGA REACH Philadelphia would not have realized its success and growth without the support of our partners and fundraising efforts from across the Section. In the spring, PXG hosted a PGA HOPE night in support of the veterans, donating time for free lessons and clubfitting. This fall, our trustee-level donors Scott and Karen Hutchinson gifted PGA HOPE Philadelphia a sizable donation, which will go a long way to funding our chapters. Additionally, Silvercrest Asset Management, through its premier golf series, the Silvercrest Cup, and Golf Galaxy also provided significant donations to our foundation. PGA REACH Philadelphia thrives through our key donors and campaigns we run throughout the year, including golf marathons, the Honeybrook Havoc, PGA of America Golf Professionals, and more.


Help From Our Friends

Over the span of the year, PGA REACH Philadelphia actively participates in organizing events, fundraisers, and advocacy efforts that extend beyond our primary focus areas of Youth, Military, and Diversity & Inclusion. These endeavors serve to strengthen our connections with diverse communities, reflecting our commitment to engaging with and supporting a broad range of causes throughout the year. This fall Regents’ Glen hosted their annual car show in support of PGA HOPE Philadelphia. The car show brings people around the community together with many different cars in competition with different prizes for the participants. The day is filled with camaraderie, food, vendors, a silent auction, and a golf simulator.

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Trustee Level ($10,000 to $99,999,999)

The 1854 Foundation

Aronimink Golf Club

Scott & Karen Hutchinson

MedEast Post-Op & Surgical, Inc.

PGA of America

REACH Foundation

Silvercrest Asset Management

Tim Sweeney

Tee It Up for the Troops

The Union League

Ambassador Level

($2,500 - $4,999)

The Albert W. Bader Foundation

Burlington Country Club

The Commonwealth National Foundation Council on Brain Injury

TPC Sawgrass

Univest Financial

Player Level ($500 - $999)

Baltimore Country Club

John Blasovich

John Braun

Janine Budzius

Burlington Country Club

Ryan Cullimore

John Diederich

Kevin Duffy, PGA

John Dunigan, PGA

Matthew Fassnacht

Joseph & Mary Fenkel

Chris Gardner

Garnder Golf, LLC

Jason Gebhart, PGA

Greate Bay Country Club

John Hamblett

Country Club of Harrisburg

Hershey Country Club

John Higinbotham

Champion Level ($5,000 - $9,999)

Creative Operating Agency

The Dick’s Sporting Goods Foundation

Christopher & Kathryn Jennings

Robert Moses

Partner Level ($1,000 - $2,499)

Acushnet Company

Leonidas Addimando

Karen Batchelder

Berkshire Country Club

Commonwealth National Golf Club

Concord Country Club

Gui Costin

Doylestown Country Club

Galloway National

Allen Gray

Gulph Mills Golf Club

Harry Hammond, PGA

Hidden Creek Golf Club

Jason Madden

Kennett Square Golf & Country Club

David Kelleher

Laurel Creek Country Club

Chuck Lawson

Chip Marshall

William Martindale

David McCoy

Christopher Metz

Peter Morse

Supporter Level ($100 to $499)

Corinne Ackerman

Scott Addis

Edo Airoldi

James & Julie Alexandre

Andrew Armstrong

Joe Arndt

Nancy Aronson

Kim Ayling

Robert & Linda Bass

Bart Bastian

Matthew Bastian

Judith & Richard Belas

Bent Creek Country Club

Glenn & Kathy Berger

Theodore Beringer

Mr. & Mrs.

Chuck Bernicker

Joe Biehl

James Black

Mike Blatnik

Zachary Bloom

Francis T. Boylan

Michael Braver

Jeffrey Breiner, PGA

Mark Brogan

Raymond & Roxane


Mark Brown

Maripeg Bruder

Andrew Bucklee

Bucks County

Curling Club

J.R. Burke

Mike Burke

Vincent Burke

Karen Buzby

David Caddick

Kevin Cahill

Michael Caldwell, PGA

Patricia Campi

Jacob Caprioni

Steve Chalmers, PGA

Nathan Charnes, PGA

Chesapeake Bay Golf Club

Kevin Christine

Keith Clawson, PGA

Harrison Clement

John & Cynthia Clough

Kevin Collons

Andrew Cooper

John Cooper, PGA

Daniel Corney

Andrew Cornish, PGA

Mr. & Mrs.

William Cosenza

The Curry Family

Ian Dalzell, PGA

Brian Davis

Kent & Barbara Davis

John Davison

Ben Debski, PGA

Ron & Allyson Dematteo

Oceans Casino

Nicholas Scarpone

Christopher Thompson

The Country Club at Woodloch Springs

The Zisman Family Foundation

Gregory Marks

Krista & Jeff Mitzak

Alain Lajoux

David Lees

Kurt ShenkCountry Club Editions

Trump National

Moselem Springs

Karen Pierce

Louise Reed

Ron Rodgers

Next Round

Jim Saber

Jeff Shapiro

Frank & Margaret Sibley

Shruti & Niv Singhal

Tom & Pat Smith, PGA

Jim Smith Jr, PGA

Geoffrey Surrette, PGA

The Simone Agency INC

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #1963

Suzy Whaley, PGA

White Manor Country Club

Whitemarsh Valley Country Club at Woodloch Springs

Fred & Joan Dewey

Dom DiJulia, PGA

Timothy Dolan

John Donaldson

Shawn Dragann

Mimi & Tom Drake

Bob & Karen Drury

Kevin Duffy, PGA

Jerry Dugan

Paul Edgerton

Shannon & Ashton Eldredge

Empire Golf Management, LLC

Bill Eyre

Brian Farrell, PGA

Vincent Farren

Michael Fell

Gary Fetterman

Stephen Fitzgerald

Ari & Jennifer Flaisher

Ann & Dick Flannery

Allison Fleitas

Jon Flint, PGA

Jamie Foley

David Ford

Kevin Ford, PGA

James Fox

George Frake, PGA

Ak & Tom Frazier

John Frazier

Joe Freda

Stephen Frederick, PGA

Chris Freeman

Michael French

Tim Friedrich

Edmund Gaffney


Padova Gallagher

The Garno Family

Nikki Gatch, PGA

Deb Gelwicks


David Giordano

Seth Goldblum

Les Graff

Carole Grant

Lorraine & Scott


Chris Haab

Kurt Haab

Michael Halpert

Scott Hamburg

Charlie Haub

Sari Hausler

Rich & Mimi Heany

Jeff Henderson

Robert Hennefer, PGA

Tom Hipp

David Hollander

Joe & Louise Huber

Nick Iacono, PGA

Warren Ingersoll

Marc Iroff

Robert Irwin

Frank Itak

David Junkin

David Justi

Elise Kain

Sharon Kane

Robert Kathol

Joseph Kauffman

William Keane

Ryan Kempski, PGA

Hugh Kenworthy

Jeff Kiddie, PGA

Chico Korth

Owen Kuchinos

Lake Naomi Timber Trails Golf Club

Paul Lanoce

George Lemmon

Duane Lent, PGA

Tim Levy

John Lisle

Michael Little, PGA

Brian Lobley

Janice Lowry

Marty Lustgarten

Tracey MacGown

Anthony Malizia, PGA

Manufacturers’ Golf & Country Club

David Martinelli

Kevin McGinnis

Ann & Ted McKenzie, PGA

Joseph McLaughlin

Dave McNabb, PGA

Kim McNulty

Medford Lake Country Club

Medford Village Country Club

Walter Melnyk

Francis Melroy

Richard Milbrandt

Andy Miller, PGA

Herb Miller

Peter Miller

George Milner III

Gavin Mlinar

Matthew Monaghan

Club Association

Applebrook Golf Club

Aronimink Golf Club

Atlantic City Country Club

Avalon Golf Club

Bala Golf Club

Ballamor Golf Club

Bayside Resort Golf Club

Blue Heron Pines Golf Club

Bluestone Country Club

Cedarbrook Country Club

Centre Hills Country Club

Chester Valley Golf Club

Country Club of Harrisburg

Cripple Creek Golf & Country Club

Cumberland Golf Club

The First Tee of Greater Philadelphia

Five Ponds Golf Club

Galloway National Golf Club

Lyn Montgomery

Ned Moore

Mark Morris

Britton Murdoch

Kevin & Andi Murphy

Richard Murphy

Network for Good

Michael Nolan

Michael Nolen

Pat O’Connell

Kevin O’Sullivan

John Orr

John Otte

Bob Panaccio

Jim Paterno

Ellen & Cliff Pemberton

Penn Oaks Country Club

Dianne Phelan

Philadelphia Country Club

Wayne Phillips, PGA

Leo Pierce

Charlie Pilkington

Michael Pisani

Pledgeling Foundation

Joey Pohle, PGA

John Poole, PGA

Don & Linda Powers

Shari & Drew Pressman

Parks Price, PGA

James Raguindin

Laura & Vic Rainsford

Hampton Randolph

Peter Rawlings

Mary Ann & Jim Rich

Sue Aiken Rielly

The Riverton Country Club

Michael Rockland

Sports LLC

Angel & Carmela Roco

Adam Roth

Todd Roy, PGA

John Rudolph, PGA

Kevin Ryan, PGA

Kathy & Harry Sawin

Francis Scanlan

Jeff Schafer

Michael &

Dana Schafer

Scott Schaffer

John Schieve

Gregory Schmick

Scotland Run Golf Club

Aaron Ck Shin

Patrick Shine, PGA

Daniel Shurman

Daniel Silvestri

Terry & Janie


William Simkiss

Scott Sklar, PGA

Cameron Small, PGA

Brad Sokol

Joanne & Tony Soslow

Tad Sperry

Chris Springer

The Springhaven Club

Rich & Lisa Starzecki

Emilie Steigerwald

Geoffrey Stengel Jr

Whitney Stewart

Bertram Stiff

Erik Strid

Candy & Hank Stringer

Test Support

Geoffrey Surrette, PGA

Tavistock Country Club

Allen Terzian

Tickets for Good

Jack & Mary Grace Tighe

Katie Topolewski

Bill Torlucci, PGA

Kevin & Angie Trafford

Gerhard van Arkel

George Vasiloff

Joseph Virdone

Bill Walker, PGA

Gardner Walling

Richard Walling

Chet & Cindy Walsh

Edward Walsh

Matthew Walsh

Bj Webersinn

Pete Wentz, PGA

Todd & Ashley White

Whitemarsh Valley Country Club

Binney Wietlisbach

Elizabeth &

John Wilkins

Stuart Williams

David Wilmerding

Ben Zelinsky

Molly & Pete Zonino

Great Bear Golf Club

Green Valley Country Club

The Greens at Broadview

Gulph Mills Golf Club

Honeybrook Golf Club

Honey Run Golf Club

Ingleside Golf Club

Jonathan’s Landing

Public Golf

Kennett Square Golf & Country Club

Kimberton Golf Club

Kings Creek Country Club

Makefield Highlands Golf Club

Medford Lakes Country Club

Medford Village Country Club

Moorestown Field Club

Olde Homestead Golf Club

Overbrook Golf Club

Penn Oaks Golf Club

Philadelphia Country Club

The Philadelphia Cricket Club

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Pickering Valley Golf Club

Pinecrest Lake

Community Trust

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Ramblewood Country Club

Range End Country Club

Regents’ Clen Country Club

Rich Maiden Golf Course

Rehoboth Beach Country Club

The Riverton Country Club

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Seaview Golf Resort

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Spirit Golf Management

The Springhaven Club

South Hill Golf Club

St. Davids Golf Club

Stonehedge Country Club

Stonewall Links

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Trump National Golf ClubPhiladelphia

The Union League

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Valley Country Club

Valleybrook Country Club

Vicmead Hunt Club

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Woodcrest Country Club

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