SUPPORTING GOLF IN MINNESOTA
Purchasers of the Golf License Plate contribute $30.00 per year, which has helped
grant a total of just over $650,000 to support more than 60,000 golfers in Minnesota.
Help support the future of golf in Minnesota by ASKING for the Minnesota License Plate the next time you need to renew your tabs or anytime that you purchase a vehicle. Help us spread the word to family, friends, and other avid golfers.
Golf in Schools
“It was great to introduce the game to well over 1,400 children (including the kids from St. Joe’s
Elementary) this past spring. Thank you so much for the opportunity and choosing us as a recipient of the Minnesota Golf License Plate grant.”
– Pokegama Golf Course
“Without the Minnesota Golf License Plate grant, the scope of Kids Golf-A-Palooza would be greatly narrowed and would probably just be in the Mankato community.”
– Mankato Golf Club
Golf for Veterans
-Minneapolis Park Board
Our Successes in Numbers
to the game
Programs awarded since 2018
Donated to local programs
The Minnesota Golf License Plate is a partnership between PGA REACH Minnesota and the Minnesota Golf Association. All proceeds raised through license plate sales help support programs by focusing on player development and access to the game of golf in the state of Minnesota. The organizations work together to award local programs and PGA Professionals with funding to provide instruction, education, access to golf equipment and playing opportunities throughout the state. Specifically, these programs aim to support three main demographics: youth, military, and diverse populations with an emphasis on inclusion.
PGA REACH Minnesota is the 501(c)(3) charitable foundation of the Minnesota Section PGA. The mission of PGA REACH is to enable access to the game of golf utilizing PGA Professionals to positively impact the lives of youth, military, and diverse populations with an emphasis on inclusion.
Our mission is to provide a vision for the future of the game by supporting programs and initiatives that enhance the golfer experience, drive participation among youth, beginners and disabled golfers, endeavor to make the game more sustainable, and foster educational and experiential opportunities for children and young adults who are interested in golf and who represent the game’s future in Minnesota.