Changing Lives One Hole at a Time

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The 100 Holes Charity Golf Challenge is an opportunity for golf fans  - Amateurs or Professionals alike - to raise money for their favorite charity while playing golf.  It is a one day golf marathon where particpants attempt to play 100 holes of golf - however it can be played as a team event!  Play by yourself or play with partners to reach the 100 hole goal - one ball, one hole at a time. This is a great way for individuals or groups to raise tax deductible money for their program. Play golf, have fun and raise money for charity at the same time!

REGISTER BELOW - No Cost to Players.  Players customize their fundraising page and identify their charity, then simply email the link from their player page to friends & colleagues asking them to donate to their effort. Club members may set up their own date of play, and players that need help with finding a course may contact Suzy Schneider, Program Coordinator, (707) 449-4742.

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It's easy to register as a player or team and start raising money for your favorite charity. If you have any questions, we are here to help you.

  • Ask friends to make a donation towards your fundraising efforts.
  • Donations, thank you & receipts are automatically processed through website. No letterwriting needed!
  • Donations are 100% tax deductible.

Funds are shared between each player's favorite charity and the NCPGA Foundation.

To register as a Player - CLICK HERE.



The NCPGA Foundation, a 501c3 charitable non-profit organization covering Northern California and Northwestern Nevada. Federal Tax ID #75-3249593.

Funds raised by the NCPGA Foundation go to support PGA HOPE "Helping Our Patriots Everywhere", our flagship military program which introduces golf to all veterans, disabled or able-bodied, in order to improve heir mental, social, physical and emotional well-being. Golf is a healthy activitiy to help veterans in their recovery process, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). 

PGA HOPE helps veterans assimilate back into their community through the social interaction the game of golf provides.

If you have any questions, please contact the NCPGA Foundation office, at (707) 449-4742, or email Suzy Schneider, Programs Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..