If you’d like to know more about Positive Tomorrows and the incredible things they are doing for OKC kids, click the site below:
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PGA Tour Legend, 25 time winner on PGA Champions Tour and 9 Time on PGA Tour and Oklahoma Golf Hall of Famer Dr. Gil Morgan stops by Ball Golf to help raise money for Positive Tomorrows on Tuesday. Dr. Gil stayed 2 hours hitting balls. Gil loves helping…but the best story, see below
Super Star Akaisha Begay, a Positive Tomorrows grad has moved on to Actec Charter School in OKC. She comes to Ball Golf to work on her game, goes to First Tee most Saturdays. A very generous Jr golfer at Ball Golf gave her clubs to Akaisha and Akaisha keeps getting better and better. You never can tell how sports helps kids, but we LOVE Akaisha and all of you have been a part of helping her. Akaisha has 4 brothers and sisters and her younger sister often accompanies her to Ball Golf and First Tee.
Click and play the video and watch her swing
Ball Golf for Positive Tomorrows streaming live on Facebook
Tuesday Sept 6 10:00-6:00pm
Twice a year Ball Golf is privileged to host the coolest 77 students and 10 teachers from Positive Tomorrows for a day of golf, fun and pizza. Fifteen area PGA Golf Professional volunteer and we have more fun than the kids. It is a great way to introduce golf to kids who may not otherwise have any exposure to the game and support an organization doing wonderful things in our community.
Positive Tomorrow’s is the only school in Oklahoma City serving homeless children, grades pre-k to fifth grade. The children and families live in homeless shelters, rescue missions and even storage units. The school can accommodate 77 students with a waiting list to get in.
Positive Tomorrow’s recently opened a new classroom sponsored by the Thunder, the team and their players seem to be frequent visitor to the school.
Ball Golf Center is excited to help support this unique school that is doing incredible things for children and families in need. We hope you will want to help, too. Positive Tomorrows recently announced a $10 million fundraising effort to build its own school and expand their services to more children, and is already half way there.
Beginning at 10:00am on Tuesday September 5, 2017, we will have 8-hours of non-stop ball hitting on the Ball Golf Center Range. We will take turns hitting balls one at a time. We’d like to invite you to join Ball Golf and make a pledge for every ball hit with 100% of the money going to Positive Tomorrows. In eight hours we estimate we will hit about 1200 balls. Any pledge of any amount is welcome:
$1 a ball = $1,200
a dime a ball = $120
a penny a ball = $12
Or you can make a lump sum donation of any amount. Positive Tomorrows is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your donation is tax deductible. Positive Tomorrows does not receive any government funding and is entirely supported by private and corporate donations. Click below and click on donate for easy giving.