One of the privileges of being on the PGA Tour is that I have the opportunity to contribute to and raise awareness for a variety of charities. My hope in giving back is that others would be inspired to do the same, but in their own way and for causes that they care for deeply. Together we can all make a difference in the lives of others.
Phoenix Children's Hospital
As a part of the 'Bubba & Friends Drive to a Million' effort in 2012, Bubba & PING teamed up to donate $250,000 to Phoenix Children's Hospital for the construction of a pediatric gait lab, the first of it's kind in Arizona. The lab is expected to be complete by June 2014.
Desert Mission Food Bank
Bubba spends a portion of the year at his residence in Scottsdale, AZ so he felt the need to give back to the Phoenix community by spending a day at the Desert Mission Food Bank packing weekend "snack packs" that are distributed through schools to kids in need.
As a surprise to his wife, Bubba established a $200,000 scholarship fund in her name at the University of Georgia, the Angie Watson's Womens' Basketball Scholarship.
The first Bubba Watson Junior golf tournament in Winston-Salem, NC, benefitting Victory Junction, a "Hole in the Wall Gang" camp affiliate.
Sponsor, PING, is giving a hand to the Bubba Watson Foundation. They have created a new line of golf gloves, including the Sensor Sport that Bubba will wear on tour for the 2014 season, in exchange for a contribution to his foundation annually.
The Bubba's Bash charity concert has become an annual event where Bubba invites his favorite artists, and all his friends and fans to a night of music, fun & faith. All proceeds support the newly built Bubba & Angie Watson Medical Clinic in Liyavo, Kenya.