Dear Fellow Golfer:
I am asking for your assistance with supporting my endeavor at playing 100 holes of golf this year for the JGAA (Junior Golf Association of Arizona). On September 15th, I will be whacking my way around Mountain Shadows Golf Club (where I began my golf professional career over 40 years ago) playing 100 holes to raise money for the JGAA.
Twenty percent (20%) of what I raise for the JGAA through this marathon will come back to Antelope Hills GC, located in Prescott, AZ, to offer financial assistance to area juniors who may not be able to afford to play golf or acquire acceptable golf equipment or participate in golf programs. The emphasis of our junior programs at Antelope Hills is for our juniors to always play golf in a fast, safe and courteous manner (FUNdamental Golf) and to be models for adults, influencing the adults to also play in a fast, safe and courteous manner.
As an avid golfer I recognize the lifelong opportunities available to youth through the game of golf. The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization) offers many affordable opportunities for junior golfers of all ages and ability levels to participate and grow in the game of golf.
Thank you for caring about the future of golf and keeping the integrity of the game through programs such as FUNdamental Golf and the JGAA. Visit the website and click on “players”. Click on my photo (my dog Palmer sleeping next to my PING golf bag) and donate. Thank you so much!
John Gunby, PGA
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