Thursday, July 9, 2015

GolfTEC, PING Partner to Benefit Folds of Honor, Funding Scholarships for American Military Families

Contribute $10 to Folds of Honor During July to Win Bubba Watson Signed Pink PING G30 Drivers and Other Prizes

(Centennial, Colo) – GolfTEC – the world leader in golf lessons – is working with PING to benefit Folds of Honor to help provide educational scholarships to the families of military service members who have been killed or disabled.

For every $10 contribution made to the Folds of Honor through July 24th, those who contribute will have a chance to win a variety of great prizes, including two limited-edition pink PING G30 drivers signed by two-time Masters Champion Bubba Watson. To make a contribution, simply visit

Additional prizes include:
* Two GolfTEC Game Plans: 10 lessons, three months of video practice, one TECfit club fitting, and more
* Five GolfTEC Swing Evaluations: Hour long session with GolfTEC Certified Personal Coach encompasses video analysis, motion measurement, fact-based diagnosis and comprehensive game for your improvement

“Contributions will help the nearly 1.4 million dependents adversely affected by deployments, who do not qualify for federal scholarship assistance,” says Tony Biata, Vice President of Patriot Golf Day. “We hope that golf fans around the country will help us in honoring those who have given so much to ensure our freedoms.”

GolfTEC lessons and Swing Evaluations are taught one-on-one in private, indoor bays that utilize the company’s proprietary teaching technology. Highly efficient and boasting a 96 percent success rate, GolfTEC’s Game Plans help players of all abilities maximize on-course performance and enjoyment.

“Through this program our goal is to help the military families who have made tremendous sacrifices for our country,” says Joe Assell, Co-Founder and CEO at GolfTEC. “We know the golf community will rally behind this cause and show great support through contributions. The prizes are our way of saying thank you and getting even more golfers excited about providing support.”

To learn more about the program or make a contribution, call 877-446-5383.

About Folds of Honor
Of the 1.4 million dependents adversely affected by deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as other military conflicts, 85% do not qualify for federal scholarship assistance. Folds of Honor seeks to meet this need by providing annual educational scholarships to the military families of those who have been killed or disabled while in active duty. These help support private education tuition, tutoring and educational summer camps for children K-12, as well as higher education tuition assistance for spouses and children. Since its founding in 2007, the organization is proud to have awarded over 10,000 scholarships, including over 2,500 in 2015 worth over $12.5 million. For more information, visit, or call (918) 274-4700.

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