Roundup Post – Links to PGA Tour Partner Profiles
Want to meet Christian golfers involved with CGF? Here’s a sampling of the PGA Tour Pros who make a difference in the lives of college golfers by hosting College Golf Fellowship retreats.
Click on each of their partner profiles to see videos, read testimonies and more!
Ben Crane says, “I got involved with CGF when I was a college golfer at the University of Oregon.” He holds 3 PGA Tour victories and he also won the 2010 CIMB Asia Pacific Classic. But the PGA Tour poster boy for slow play isn’t what most people expect. He’s funny, witty and loves hosting CGF retreats for college golfers. More on his Partner Profile
Davis Love III
You might know that Davis Love III holds 20 PGA Tour Victories and was the 2012 Ryder Cup Captain. You might also know that he also won the PGA Championship in 1997. But did you know he also hosts CGF Retreats at his house? He has a big heart for college golfers and says, “I just want to give back to the next generation.” More on his Partner Profile
Jeff Gove holds 3 Nationwide Tour Victories and played on the PGA Tour in 2000, 2002, 2006-2008, and 2010. He also loves hosting CGF Retreats at his home, saying “We get more out of the retreats than the kids do…we are serving the God that we love.” More on his Partner Profile
Jonathan Byrd is a CGF Board member and Retreat Host. He holds 5 PGA Tour victories and also played as a member of the 1999 U.S. Walker Cup Team. He loves students and knows how much our ministry means to college golfers around the country—because he still remembers how much it meant to him: “I was able to turn to College Golf Fellowship and receive some guidance.” More on his Partner Profile
Lee Janzen holds 8 PGA Tour victories and won the 1993 and 1998 U.S. Open Championships. He also hosts CGF retreats at his house. He loves seeing the power of changed lives and investing his efforts in college golfers: “It’s an amazing four days to watch these guys’ lives change…I am blessed to be involved with this and see the kids changing right in front of me.” More on his Partner Profile
Paul Stankowski is a CGF Board Member and has been hosting CGF retreats since 1996. He was a 3-Time All-American at UTEP and holds two PGA Tour Victories. Paul tells college golfers, “I just know the influence God had on my life through this ministry…we want to extend that opportunity to you guys so that you can come and enjoy and see what it’s all about.” More on his Partner Profile
Zach Johnson won the 2007 Masters Tournament and holds a total of 7 PGA Tour victories. He also hosts CGF retreats at this house. Here’s how he describes our work: “This is one of those ministries that at the crux of it is just speaking the truth…The way they go about it is unique. They make it fun. They’re encouraging kids, they’re challenging them.” More on his Partner Profile
Scott Stallings turned pro in 2007 and won the Greenbrier Championship in 2011 and True South Classic in 2012. He also loves hosting retreats with College Golf Fellowship. He says, “I’ve got a big passion for CGF and what they do. I don’t look at this like something I have to do. I look at it as something I want to do… We have guys older than us still giving back to us. It’s the least we could do.” More on his Partner Profile
Before Webb Simpson turned pro, he was a member of the United States’ victorious 2007 Walker Cup and 2007 Palmer Cup teams. He won the U.S. Open in 2012. Webb says, “I want to be a strong man and a warrior with a soft heart when it comes to God.” And it shows. Webb recently led his first retreat with Scott Stallings. More on his Partner Profile
Want to meet some of your favorite PGA pros? You just might. Find out more about our FREE retreats and why pro golfers like these open their homes and partner with CGF.
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