Welcome and thank you for your support and interest in
the 32nd Annual
May 7th - 9th, 2023
GOLF FOR GREENVILLE
This year will be packed full of new and innovative events. We are looking forward to a record breaking year!
Par 3 Shootout
Fluor Greenville Office Invitational
Golf for Greenville Pairings Party
Golf for Greenville Tournament
Golf for Greenville Trade Show
The following beneficiaries have been selected to receive funding from the proceeds of Golf for Greenville 2023:
Golf for Greenville will be funding Miracle Hill Shepherd’s Gate Capital Project for a complete central air refurbishment in the 63-bed shelter in Greenville for women and children experiencing homelessness. The current central air system can no longer function properly after 30+ years in service. The maintenance team at Miracle Hill has been using temporary fixes and replacements to be able to provide the shelter with central air in the interim while the system overhaul is taking place.
Golf for Greenville will be a major financial contributor to converting a section of Pendleton Place’s Assessment Center into the Family Resource Center (FRC) or Foster Care “Clubhouse”. The FRC will be the first interagency FRC in Greenville County. FRC will center on a strengths-based approach and community-driven solutions to preserve families and protect children. The FRC will retain Pendleton Place’s original Foster Care Entry Services (FCES), which provide the state-mandated medical and mental health evaluations while expanding to include an array of inclusive family-strengthening services like kinship care support services, family mediation, parenting classes, and family therapy to further support diverse, multigenerational families.
Golf for Greenville will be a part of building the first chemistry lab at South Carolina School of the Blind (SCSB). SCSB is one of three schools on the campus of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind (SCSDB) and does not currently have a chemistry lab. As a result, the science teachers have had to be very creative to meet high school science standards. Physical science, biology, and environmental science are taught at SCSB, but the school has not been able to offer chemistry classes due to the lack of a chemistry lab. Chemistry is a standard course in high schools statewide. At a specialized school like SCSB, students needed equal opportunities to enroll in comparable coursework. A lack of chemistry classes has caused difficulties for high school students applying to colleges which require chemistry credits.
Golf for Greenville will be major financial contributor to uniting Mill Village Ministry’s (MVM) four enterprises in one central hub on Pendleton Street in West Greenville. For the past 10 years, MVM’s four enterprises been housed in different locations across Greenville for years. This project will allow Mill Village Ministries to purchase a building large enough to house each of its enterprises in one anchor location and act as the new home for Mill Village Ministries for many years to come.
Thanks to all of our Sponsors!
Golf for Greenville wouldn't be possible without the help of hundreds of sponsors that have helped us raise more than $6.8 million for Upstate charitable agencies since 1989.
Monday, May 8th, 2023
Greenville Country Club
The Cliffs at Glassy
The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards
GREENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB: RIVERSIDE COURSE
The Riverside Course, originally designed by “the Johnny Appleseed of American Golf” Thomas Bendelow who was responsible for designing over 600 courses in the United States over his 35-year career. The 1920 design opened for play on July 4, 1923.
In 2006, the Club commissioned famed architect Brian Silva to completely redesign the course in the Seth Raynor style. The course opened to rave reviews in 2007. In 2016, Riverside’s greens were converted to Champions Ultra-Dwarf Bermuda, a surface ideal for the links-style strategy conducive to many of the holes.
THE CLIFFS AT GLASSY
South Carolina’s only true mountaintop golf course is also one of the state’s most acclaimed. The Glassy course sits more than 3,000 feet above sea level, offering majestic views from its incomparable perch. This course has been ranked fourth most scenic in the nation, behind only Cypress Point, Pebble Beach and Augusta National — and when you arrive at the signature 13th hole, you’ll see why.
THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE VINEYARDS
At The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards, you’ll navigate tree-lined fairways, ravines, and coves that tuck in from the lake. With eight holes overlooking Lake Keowee and just about every teebox and green showcasing views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this magnificent course takes full advantage of one of the most beautiful pieces of land found in the world. Absolutely one of our members favorites, it comes as no surprise that Golf Digest ranked it among the “Best in the State.”
ABOUT GOLF FOR GREENVILLE
Golf for Greenville was developed and founded by Fluor employee volunteers in 1989. Since its inception, this employee-led initiative has had a strong impact on the Greenville community, raising more than $6.8 million to assist community organizations.
Fluor is pleased to announce that the 32nd annual Golf for Greenville charity golf tournament will be held in Spring 2023 in Greenville, South Carolina. The traditional Pairings Party will be held the Sunday prior to the main tournament and the Supplier Trade Show is scheduled to take place the Tuesday after. We hope to see you there!
Raised Since 1989
Golf for Greenville Sponsors
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2023 Golf for Greenville Chairpersons
2023 Golf for Greenville Co-Chairpersons