14th CDGA Foundation Golf Marathon

Saturday, May 21, 2022

Entering its 14th year, the CDGA Foundation Golf Marathon features participants spending weeks leading up to the event collecting pledges from friends, family and colleagues. Then, on Saturday, May 21, they will play 100 par-3 holes at Zigfield Troy in Woodridge. All proceeds benefit CDGA Foundation programming, with the event's all-time total slated to cross the $1 million threshold in 2022. Registration information will be revaled at a later date.

2021 Recap

Returning to its regular May date this year, 16 golfers participated in the 13th CDGA Foundation Golf Marathon on Saturday, May 22 at Zigfield Troy Golf in Woodridge. Participants played 100 par-3 holes in a fun and quick fashion. The day's efforts combined to raise more than $92,000 for Foundation programming, which utilizes the game of golf to enhance the lives of individuals with special needs, veterans and youth. The 2021 edition's proceeds bring the event's 13-year total above $996,000.

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20th CDGA Foundation Golf Outing presented by Tour Edge

Monday, June 21, 2021

2021 Recap

Annually, the CDGA Foundation Golf Outing features a memorable day of golf with caddies, a limited field, two gourmet meals, a premier tee gift package, contests, prizes, a silent auction and much more. Following its postponement in 2020 due to health concerns surrounding the coronavirus, the 20th iteration was held on Monday, June 21, 2021 at Glen View Club in Golf.

All proceeds from the event go towards Foundation programming, which utilizes golf to enhance the lives of individuals with special needs, military veterans and youth.

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5th Annual On The Tee For Autism Golf Outing presented by Revels

Monday, August 16, 2021

2021 Recap

The CDGA Foundation partners with the Sullivan family for this annual event, which helps raise funds for autism-specific programming. The 2021 outing was held on Monday, Aug. 16 at Chicago Highlands Club. A sold-out field of 140 golfers enjoyed a round at one of the Chicago District's most-pristine private facilities, as well as a post-golf reception and silent auction. All proceeds from the event will go towards special needs golf programs conducted by the CDGA Foundation.