The recent Club Car Championship raised a record $450,000 for Savannah, Ga. charities, according to WTOC-TV.

Pro golfer Steven Fisk birdied three of the final four holes of regulation to win in a sudden-death playoff at The Club Car Championship, which is part of the Korn Ferry Tour. The event has raised more than $1.6 million for charity since it was started seven years ago. This year’s tournament took place in April at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club.

“At the heart of the Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club is raising critical dollars to create a positive impact in the greater Savannah community and beyond,” tournament director Cheyenne Overby said. “The Club Car Championship is committed to continuing to grow the tradition of giving this tournament has established.”

Multiple charities are slated to benefit from the money that was raised during the golf event, which includes the list below:

  • Brightside Child & Family Advocacy
  • EmployAbility
  • Folds of Honor
  • Girls on the Run: Coastal Georgia & Lowcountry
  • Kids Cafe Program at Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia
  • Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Services
  • The Landings Military Relief Fund
  • Landings Landlovers
  • First Tee Savannah

Club Car, acquired by Platinum Equity from Ingersoll Rand in 2021, is a manufacturer supplying a range of golf, consumer and commercial vehicles used around the world. Founded in 1958, the company serves consumers as well as commercial customers, such as hotels and resorts, college campuses, airlines, theme parks and rental companies.


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