Spreading Project HOPE to Myrtle Beach

Carolinas PGA brings PGA HOPE to Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach, SC (August 18, 2020) – PGA Professionals across the Carolinas join forces to give HOPE to more veterans in the Grand Strand Chapter. The PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation will be extending PGA HOPE to Project Golf at Barefoot Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This will be the home of the 13th PGA REACH Carolinas PGA HOPE Program; PGA HOPE Myrtle Beach.

The PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation is eager to bring a PGA HOPE Chapter to Project Golf Myrtle Beach as there is continuous growth in the program and the positive impact PGA HOPE has had on the lives of many Veterans’. This program will help give back to those who have sacrificed and given so much for our country in this area.

PGA of America Past President and Carolinas PGA Past President Gary Schaal, PGA will embrace the role of PGA HOPE Lead Professional for PGA HOPE Myrtle Beach. Schaal and his staff are ecstatic to serve the many veterans in this area, realizing the genuinely special nature of all this program has to offer. By having a PGA HOPE Chapter in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation plans to have huge success at using golf as a form of rehabilitation to serve many more veterans.


About PGA REACH Carolinas
The PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization and philanthropic arm of the Carolinas PGA Section, the largest of the 41 sections in the United States of America. Our 2,000 members across North and South Carolina are committed to serving our communities and growing the game of golf through our three pillars- Youth, Military, and Diversity & Inclusion. For more information, please visit carolinas.pga.com/foundation/. You can also find PGA REACH Carolinas on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @REACHCarolinas.

PGA HOPE Carolinas (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) is an adaptive golf program offered by our PGA Professionals as a rehabilitation tool to improve our veterans’ quality of life by enhancing their mental, social, physical, and emotional well-being. There is NO COST to our veterans. With your support, we serve our veterans at eleven locations in North and South Carolina with an emphasis on helping those with physical and emotional disabilities that would most benefit from our initiative.

About Project Golf Myrtle Beach
Dedicated to advocating the virtues of golf, along with providing an introduction to the game, instruction, and improved access for all golfers seeking to become involved with the sport. Particular focus will be applied to youth golf and development and with providing access, instruction and rehabilitation to disabled veterans.


Media Contact
Sally Morgan, PGA Director of Marketing, Carolinas PGA Section, (336) 398-2675, smorgan@pgahq.com