The Golfweek Amateur Tour Family invites you to join us as we Stand Up To Cancer.

The Fight is Personal in memory of those we lost.

In October of 2009, the Golfweek Amateur Tour committed to help in the fight against cancer after the Tour lost a fellow director to the disease. Roger Mitterling was not only a fellow tour director but a dear friend. We have lost others since we started our campaign and their memories stay with us, making us better--better as people, as directors, as a Tour, and as a family. We invite you to join us in the fight against cancer as we continue to honor Roger Mitterling, Bruce Hollenbeck, Jamy Gillan, and Phil Robinson.

A $10 Raffle ticket gets a chance win one of the 4 remaining prize packages to be announced Thanksgiving weekend!!


A 2 bedroom villa for 6 days and 5 nights during
the 2023 Golfweek Amateur Tour National Championship

For the first time ever we have a prize for lodging during the National Championship! A 2 bedroom villa in South Forest Beach will be awarded to the lucky winner for check in on Wednesday Oct. 11, 2023 and checkout on Monday Oct 16, 2023. Accommodations are for 6 days/ 5 nights in a Two Bedroom Villa that sleeps 6 guests. Take a look at 24 Dunes Villas.
The winner for this raffle, Jeremy Steele was drawn at the Nationals scoreboard. Watch the video here!
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Vacation Accommodations in Palmetto Dunes for a 4 days and 3 nights

Includes: Accommodations for 4 days/ 3 night in a Resort View, Two Bedroom Villa. Also includes 2 hours of tennis daily, free bicycle rentals, 1 day of free kayak or canoe rentals, and 1 round of golf for 4 players at one of the Palmetto Dunes Courses. This trip is not valid over the dates of the Tour Championship.

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Two nights at the Omni Hotel & Resort with breakfast for Two each day

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Two nights at the Sonesta Resort with breakfast for Two each day

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A specially procured Golfweek Amateur Tour Package



For over a decade, the Golfweek Amateur Tour has been raising money to help fight cancer. Our team has raised over $250,000 since we started in 2009. We can't thank all of you enough for supporting the cause and donating in an effort to find a cure.

So far we have raised money through raffles, contests, and donations. Both businesses and personal donors have been generous. Whether you choose to participate in efforts through our local tours, through the online website, or at our end-of-season National Championship in Hilton Head, we appreciate your support. We invite you to join our team, invite others to join, and give all you can to help others have the chance to swing another day.