Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am

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A nonprofit fundraiser supporting

PGA REACH Minnesota
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raised by 15 people

$10,000 goal

For nearly 50 years, the Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am has been improving the lives of people living with developmental disabilities. The tournament was founded by two visionary men, Bob Klas Sr and Pat Cody Sr, who saw an opportunity to support those living with disabilities by establishing unique golf events based on competition and camaraderie. 

The Tapemark Men's and Women's Golf Tournaments, the longest-running charity events of their kind in the Midwest, are fixtures in the Minnesota golf landscape. With the support of thousands of companies and individuals, we've raised and donated more than $7 million to non-profit agencies serving people with disabilities and their families. With your help, we work towards a day when all Minnesotans, regardless of ability, will live, work, and play in their own community with dignity, hope, and respect.

This fundraiser supports

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PGA REACH Minnesota

Organized By Jeffrey Hintz

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