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World Golf Championships
The primary beneficiary of the World Golf Championships is The First Tee, a program that develops affordable golf learning facilities and provides young people of all backgrounds an opportunity to develop through golf and character education. Since 1999, the World Golf Championships series has distributed more than $50 million to charities worldwide. The PGA TOUR has surpassed $2 billion in charitable dollars generated by its tournaments, more than the NFL, NBA and NHL combined. To find out more about what we do and how you can help make an impact, visit

2015 WGC-Cadillac Championship
Tournament officials announced that more than $970,000 was generated for South Florida charities as a result of the 2015 event.

Official Primary Charities

United Way of Miami-Dade
United Way of Miami-Dade is focused on improving education, financial stability and health-the building blocks of a good life. We help children reach their potential and achieve in school, empower families and individuals to become financially stable and economically independent and improve people's health.

First Tee Miami-Dade
The First Tee provides young people with character-building and life skills lessons using golf as the platform. Through The First Tee, young people discover how skills essential to success on a golf course can also help them flourish in life.

First Tee Broward
The First Tee of Broward is one of over 180 chapters throughout the world and one of 15 chapters in the state of Florida. Programs are taught by PGA and LPGA certified instructors trained by The First Tee. The chapter offers the opportunity for all students to learn the Nine Core Values and Nine Healthy Habits of The First Tee program.