As part of the PGA of America's support for its Golf: For Business & Life program, each member of Team USA designated a $100,000 gift to his favorite college or university.
September 15, 2004
The PGA of America, on behalf of the 12 members of Team USA and Captain Hal Sutton, will distribute $2.6 million to charities and universities of the team's choosing, increasing to $7.8 million the total amount donated since establishing the program in 1999.
Here are Team USA's member designations:
Bottom Row: Jim Furyk -- University of Arizona; U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Hal Sutton -- Centenary College; Fred Funk -- University of Maryland; Chris Riley -- University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Middle Row: Stewart Cink -- Georgia Tech; Phil Mickelson -- Arizona State University; Chris DiMarco -- University of Florida; David Toms -- Louisiana State University; Jay Haas - Wake Forest University
Top Row:Davis Love III -- University of North Carolina; Tiger Woods -- Stanford University; Chad Campbell -- University of Nevada-Las Vegas; Kenny Perry -- Lipscomb University
- Team U.S.A. (9/19/04)
- Team Europe (9/19/04)
- McGinley & Harrington (9/18/04)
- Clarke, Garcia, Westwood, & Donald (9/18/04)
- Bernhard Langer - Afternoon (9/18/04)
- Hal Sutton - Afternoon (9/18/04)
- Toms & Mickelson (9/18/04)
- Chris DiMarco (9/18/04)
- Bernhard Langer (9/18/04)
- Hal Sutton (9/18/04)
- Casey & Howell (9/18/04)
- Stewart Cink (9/18/04)
- Garcia & Westwood (9/18/04)
- Haas & DiMarco (9/18/04)
- Chad Campbell (9/18/04)
- Colin Montgomerie (9/17/04)
- Chris Riley (9/18/04)
- Woods & Riley (9/18/04)
- Clarke & Poulter (9/18/04)
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