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$3.9 Billion!

That's what the Golf 20/20 folks peg the charitable impact of golf--professional and Monday tournament variety--in 2011.

Even if you cut that in half, as folks more jaded than I have been known to do, it's an impressive number.

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Someone here will find a problem with the report...
It is an impressive number.

Which is why the post-election twitter rantfest by the tour pro's was so ill considered.
As a non-profit executive in a PGA Tour city, I can testify that anyone who wants to argue over the specific number or details of the report is missing the forest for the trees. My organization receives nothing from the PGA Tour, and I am very happy to affirm the significantly positive impact the Tour stop has for children in Houston.
11.16.2012 | Unregistered CommenterEast End Golfer

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