The mission of 100 Holes for HOPE is to involve PGA Professionals, military veterans and all golf enthusiasts in a marathon round of 100 holes on one of the longest days of the year! Proceeds from 100 Holes for HOPE will benefit PGA REACH Minnesota; specifically, the PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) program.
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 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 Ian Leonard Bad Pants occurs in September each year at Rush Creek Golf Club. Our motto is “Bad Pants for a Great Cause” with an emphasis on fashionable fun. The tournament will feature an 18-hole, foursome scramble format. We will have prizes based on your apparel and team spirit – every golfer is encouraged to wear their best “bad” pants, knickers, shorts, kilt or skirt. Each golfer will receive a gift, cart, lunch, food and beverages on the course, and more at the beautiful Rush Creek Golf Club.