The Tapemark Charity Pro-Am Golf Tournament, founded in 1972 by Bob Klas Sr. and Pat Cody Sr., raises critical funds for non-profit agencies serving Minnesota children and adults living with developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc Minnesota is one of the four benefiting charities.
The Tapemark Minnesota PGA Pro-Am is operated in partnership with the Minnesota PGA Section of the PGA of America. It is considered a Major Championship for the Minnesota Section and raises critical funds for community inclusion programs and services.
Volunteers are needed for the Tapemark MN PGA Charity Pro-Am Friday, June 7 through Sunday, June 9. Volunteers serve in a variety of roles including registration, hole in one watching, start assistant, score card collection, beverage cart, guest relations and a host of others. To sign up to volunteer, visit www.tapemarkgolf.org/volunteer-info or contact Michelle Theisen at firstname.lastname@example.org.