Proceeds benefit the SCGA Foundation's expanding list of junior golf programs
STUDIO CITY, Calif., Dec. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Southern California Golf Association's Foundation is offering special incentives for those looking to purchase tickets to the 2011 Northern Trust Open at Rivera Country Club and the 2011 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course, which both rewards spectators and gives back to junior golf.
Through December 31, 2010, the SCGA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the SCGA, will give a $50 Callaway gift card to those who purchase four tickets to January's Farmers Insurance Open or two tickets to February's Northern Trust Open. Customers can enter the promotional code CALLAWAY through the ticket purchase page at scga.org/tickets. Additionally, all ticket orders include a $10 Roger Dunn gift card.
"This is a great opportunity for golf fans who want to attend one of Southern California's premier professional events at two of the Southland's most prominent courses," says Kevin Gigax, executive director of the SCGA Foundation. "Spectators receive preferred ticket pricing, while the Foundation receives financial support to help grow our programs."
Through scga.org/tickets, Farmers Insurance Open tickets are $17—a $9 savings—with 88 percent of sales benefiting the SCGA Foundation. Northern Trust Open tickets are $30 a piece—$5 off the gate price—with 80 percent of each ticket purchase benefiting the Foundation.
ABOUT THE SCGA FOUNDATION
The mission of the SCGA Foundation is to sponsor the education and character development of Southern California youth through golf. Through its programs, the SCGA Foundation creates affordable access to golf for all youth; instills integrity, character, and responsibility in youth through the game; provide educational opportunities for youth from fifth grade to college; and inspire a passion for life-long learning in youth. The Foundation achieves its objectives through its Youth on Course program, which creates affordable access to the game for certified juniors with $1-$5 green and range fees; Grants, which provide funding for junior golf programs that teach the game and its inherent values; and Scholarships, which provide additional educational opportunities for SCGA Foundation participants. Learn more about the Foundation at scga.org/foundation.
SOURCE Southern California Golf Association