SAVE THE DATE! Mark your calendars NOW for June 12-14th for the 2020 Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am!
The Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am, founded in 1972 by Bob Klas Sr. and Pat Cody Sr., raises critical funds for non-profit agencies serving Minnesota children and adults living with developmental disabilities and their families. The Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-AM is a private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 Foundation.
The Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am is operated in partnership with the Minnesota PGA Section of the PGA of America. It is considered a Major Championship for the Minnesota Section and raises critical funds for community inclusion programs and services. The Championship continues to be held at Southview Country Club.
PGA REACH Minnesota enables access to the game of golf by utilizing PGA Professionals to positively impact the lives of youth, military, and diverse populations with an emphasis on inclusion.
The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, actively supporting them and their families in a lifetime of full inclusion and participation in their communities.
Living Well Disability Services delivers exceptional services that transform the lives of people impacted by intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities. Founded in 1972, Living Well provides person-centered services to people living in the region.
ProAct offers services and support for individuals who ask for employment services, job training and have an interest in developing and enhancing their daily living skills. ProAct helps maximize individual potential for greater self-sufficiency.
Since the event started in 1972, the Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am has raised over $7.5 million for local beneficiaries serving those with developmental and intellectual disabilities. These beneficiaries are The Arc Minnesota, Living Well Disability Services, and ProAct. PGA REACH Minnesota will also become the fourth beneficiary in 2020.