The Carolinas Golf Association (CGA) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the
How You Can Help
All contributions to the Carolinas Golf Association and Carolinas Golf Foundation are 100% tax deductible and go directly to various Carolinas programs. The CGA absorbs 100% of the administrative fees.
How to Donate
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Par Club - $100 Birdie Club - $250
Eagle Club - $500 Ace Club - $1,000
Honor a friend or family member by donating to the Carolinas Golf Association or the Carolinas Golf Foundation in their memory. It is a meaningful way to pay tribute and show how they impacted your life. The CGA will alert the family of your kind gift made in their honor. Below is a list of individuals whose family has requested donations be made in memory of their loved one.
Michael Harley Dann, 65, died July 15, 2014, at his home in Seven Lakes, N.C. Michael was a golf person through and through. The son of late Marshall Dann, longtime executive director of the Western Golf Association, he played golf at Illinois while earning journalism degrees. Michael was a writer and photographer for GolfWorld magazine from 1973-79 before entering into golf administration working for the World Golf Hall of Fame, the USGA and since 1992, the Carolinas Golf Association, where he was the Director of Course Rating and Handicapping. Donations may be made in Michael’s memory to the Carolinas Golf Association to support Carolinas Golf House where the Handicapping office will be named in his honor.
Carolinas golf legend, Bill Harvey of Greensboro, NC passed away on October 13, 2013 after a long battle with cancer. The 82-year-old Harvey left a lasting mark on golf in the Carolinas. He won eight CGA championships including three Carolinas Amateur titles (1964, 65, 73), three Carolinas Four-Ball wins (1960, 64, 66), Carolinas Senior Amateur (1990) and the North Carolina Amateur (1966). In lieu of flowers, the Harvey family requests donations be made to the Carolinas Golf Association.