Impact

Making a difference in D.C.

All proceeds from The National benefit the college-access and Earl Woods Scholarship programs of TGR Foundation which have impacted youth throughout the region.

Making an impact

The TGR Foundation supports thousands of students in Washington D.C. through various STEM education and college-access programs. Your ticket purchase supports the college access programs of TGR Foundation in the D.C. region.

44

EARL WOODS SCHOLARS FROM D.C. TO DATE

1,200

STUDENTS ATTENDED TGR LEARNING LABS IN D.C. TO DATE

300

TEACHERS REACHED THROUGH PRO-DEV PROGRAM IN D.C. TO DATE

Impact

For over 20 years, TGR Foundation has been unwavering advocates for the transformative power of education. We have a universal vision: giving students in need the right resources for lifelong success in school, their communities and the working world. Through our award-winning STEM curricula, college-access programs, digital platforms and teacher professional development, TGR Foundation offers under-served students the tools and support needed to thrive in school and beyond.

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salute to service

TGR Live and The National have been leaders in military appreciation efforts. Since the inaugural National in 2007, no tournament on the PGA TOUR has done more to honor the military than The National. Between the Lockheed Martin Military Pavilion, the Military Heroes Wall and many other recognitions, The National provides endless opportunities to honor those who have served and their families.

 

My National moment

The National has been a leader in the community with respect military appreciation, offering numerous programs and activities which support military members and their families. The My National Moment series features first-person accounts about how The National and it’s military support plays a role in their life.

A Family Meal

by David Trevelino

I spend my days as the head chef at TPC Potomac. But this story is about the most important meal I cook each year. It’s not a meal I cook at the club, but one I cook for a very special type of club.

June 26, 2016

By Billy Hurley III

One of my most memorable moments in golf did not occur in a tournament or even a round of golf but rather a casual conversation on the putting green at the Naval Academy Golf Course in July 2000.

An Experience of a Lifetime

By Jason Detiers

It was the greatest honor of my life to serve six years in the United States Marine Corps. Amidst the trials and tribulations associated with daily military challenges, several years ago I found a week-long escape in an annual volunteer opportunity.