In 2021, our founder, Jon Gee, experienced the loss of his 10-year-old son, Sebastian Gee. On weekends, they enjoyed fishing and playing golf together. Despite his young age, Sebastian was quite talented at both and had even competed in several tournaments. It was Jon’s dream to see Sebastian attend a historically black college or university on a golf scholarship and become a member of his beloved fraternity. This foundation was established to help provide similar opportunities to other children who possess both the skill and the desire to succeed in golf through higher education.
Our goal is to provide a pipeline to academic excellence through golf scholarship, training, camps and tournaments. We want to provide a pipeline from beginners to the advanced student for golf scholarship at institutions of higher learning. Last year $23 million dollars in Title IX women’s golf Scholarships went unclaimed. We would like to expand the opportunities for women golfers through our camps and tournaments.