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This piece is presented by GreatLIFE Golf & Fitness.
Five players in this week’s Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge call Houston home, so the tournament is raising funds to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Shannon Fish, a Houston native and player on the on the LPGA Symetra Tour, pledged her fundraising commitment Monday. GreatLIFE then expanded what Fish started, announcing that the GreatLIFE Cares Foundation will match funds up to $50,000 for the Houston Relief Fund on Aug. 30 at the Pro Am and throughout the GreatLIFE Challenge tournament.
Pick up a pledge card at the event, or download online by clicking here, and pick the player you choose to back. Then pledge a dollar amount per par, per birdie or per eagle made by that player. You also can pledge a flat amount. Pledges can be made at the tournament or dropped off at Great Western Bank, Luxury Auto Mall of Sioux Falls or any GreatLIFE location. When the tournament is complete, your tally will go exclusively to the Houston Relief Fund and be matched by GreatLIFE Cares Foundation.
“What began as a great gesture from one of Symetra’s own has grown into something even bigger,” GreatLIFE chairman and CEO Tom Walsh said. “Houston and the people facing such tragedy have been on all our minds. And it wouldn’t be right to not support our friends there.”
In addition to Fish, Raegan Bremer, Jayde Panos, Chirapat Jao-Javanil and Portland Rosen are Symetra’s Houston players. GreatLIFE wishes the best to each and their families.
Five players in this week’s Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge call Houston home, so the tournament is raising funds to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.