December 03, 2015

Pro-Am highlight happens off the course

For the avid golfer, there is no better experience than playing in the Hero World Challenge Pro-Am. The opportunity to play with one of the top golfers in the game, the experience is truly amazing. But the experience doesn’t end after sinking a putt on the 18th green. The annual Hero World Challenge Pro-Am dinner is a high point of the week in the Bahamas.

Junkanoo parade in the Bahamas

After getting to know a pro over the course of 18 holes, sitting down for a luxurious meal is the culmination of a day to remember. The Hero World Challenge Pro-Am dinner featured a Junkanoo band, world-class food and an update on the Tiger Woods Foundation’s charitable endeavors.

The evening was highlighted by Tiger Woods’ addressing the guests and sharing the impact of the Hero World Challenge on the foundation. Since its inception, the Hero World Challenge has raised more than $25 million for the foundation’s educational programs.  

Tiger Woods speaking at the Hero World Challenge Pro-Am dinner

Rick Singer, CEO of the Tiger Woods Foundation, shared goals for the foundation as its 20th anniversary year approaches. 

“We need to help teachers teach better,” Singer explained.

At the end of the evening, guests enjoyed a full day of exclusive experiences and can feel accomplished that the Tiger Woods Foundation continues to support educational programs for kids. A great day on the golf course really can make a difference.