PGA Professional to play 100 holes of golf in one day to raise money for foundation

By Mike Graham
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Tom Yeager, the head professional at Hobe Sound Golf Club, will play 100 holes of golf on May 23 to help raise money for the South Florida Section PGA Foundation.

Yeager's marathon round will bring in money for various charities the foundation supports -- Junior Golf, Habitat for Humanity, Smiling Fore Life and PGA HOPE (Helping Out Patriots Everywhere).

Yeager's day on May 23 at Hobe Sound Golf Club will begin at 7 a.m. and it is expected to take 10 hours to play the five and one-half rounds.

Sponsors can make online donations on the PGA Golf Day web site at: and clinck on Tom Yeager's name. Yeager has a goal of raising $5,000.

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