Grandfathers For Golf, based in San Jacinto, CA, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to teaching underprivileged children (and all others) how to play the game of golf, which promotes fellowship, health, discipline, and sportsmanship. We work with school districts to arrange busing to participating golf courses, primarily Golden Era Golf Course in San Jacinto, and Echo Hills Golf Course in Hemet. We also work with the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) and its Youth on Course program.
From Grandfathers For Golf President Tony Viola:
I have never been so proud as I was yesterday as being a member of GfG. With short notice “Feeding America” (a fantastic organization) notified me that they would be able to deliver to my driveway 320 boxes of food to be distributed to Senior Citizens here at Cottonwood Estates in San Jacinto, After sending out a quick “need help” email to the GfG volunteers I was ecstatic to see the turn out to help distribute all the food boxes. I want to thank the Cottonwood Estates HOA members as well as the GfG volunteers for their help. I can only hope that you got the same feeling of “satisfaction,” for lack of a better word, that I did at the end of the day.
Due to the threat of the Corona Virus, Grandfathers For Golf is suspending the opening of the Spring session classes at both Echo Hills Golf Course as well as Golden Era Golf Course.
Please watch the website for updates as to when the Spring session will resume.
For more info, please call Tony Viola, (909) 754-4148