The trumpet sounded the National Anthem while the Wings of Blue parachuted on to the practice field with the key to Corporal Darnell Harrison’s new mortgage-free home. All of this took place during the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Colorado PGA REACH Invitational held at The Golf Club at Bear Dance in Larkspur, Colo.View More
An incredible event took place for one of our nation’s combat wounded heroes when he shared the stage with Vince Gill and Amy Grant during the Nashville Comes to The Broadmoor Concert on June 25, coinciding with the U.S. Senior Open. Staff Sergeant Retired Ricky Baxter was presented with the key to his mortgage-free home, generously donated by the Colorado PGA REACH Foundation, Mile High Golf Trail and the Military Warriors Support Foundation through its Homes4WoundedHeroes program.View More
“Progress is almost never linear, and the path to one’s goal is a long one.” This statement gives one just a glimpse into the insight of Sage Stevens, the 2018 Colorado PGA REACH Women’s Leadership Summit Scholarship recipient.View More
“We hit it straight down the middle, wedged it close and made the putt!” This was the analogy made in association with the 2018 Colorado PGA REACH Foundation’s Women’s Leadership Summit. And in golf lingo, that’s about as good as it gets.
The Colorado PGA REACH Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of four new Trustees to its Board. The Board, which is made up of diverse business professionals, provides the leadership to carry out the Foundation’s mission of furthering the scope of the game of golf and fostering the growth of the three pillars of the REACH Foundation.
On two of the most perfect spring days in Colorado, 80 golfers teed off at the Schomp BMW Cup put on by Colorado AvidGolfer Magazine at Ravenna Golf Club. The benefitting charity was the Colorado PGA REACH Foundation where more than $50,000 was raised to further its goal to impact lives through golf.
Colorado high school seniors and college students who applied for scholarships through the PGA of America and the Colorado PGA achieved great heights for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.
"Golf saved my life. It took me from wanting to take all my trazodone and never waking up to finding meaning in the sport and something to live for."
Cory Myers, U.S. Military Veteran
"The PGA portion of FLAME was the most memorable experience I had during that week. I had never picked up a golf club before and never really thought it would be a sport I would enjoy since I am a woman of color and didn't grow up seeing much representation. I think being able to physically get out there and learn the basics of golf is what made it so great. I'd really like to thank you all for the experience!"
Ashanti Ellis -- FLAME 2016