As the most unique tournament on the Korn Ferry Tour, the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation has many different playing options and sponsorship opportunities to offer. Whether you’re playing in the tournament, hosting guests at a skybox, enjoying the exclusive evening events or promoting your company with one of our many branding opportunities, you’re sure to enjoy yourself and entertain your guests.
BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation Amateur Pro-Am Experience
This is the ultimate inside-the-ropes experience, giving you the chance to play with a Korn Ferry Tour professional during the first three tournament rounds. But that’s just one of the perks of this playing spot. Unlimited practice rounds, exclusive evening and amateur perks at the tournament courses help to elevate the week and make it truly unforgettable.
The ProTrans Pro-Am
The Monday Pro-Am, June 6 at the Thornblade Club allows you to start your day with an adrenaline-pumping session at the BMW Performance Center followed by an afternoon of golf at Thornblade Club. The first contestant to make a Hole-In-One wins a BMW. Click the link below to learn more how you can participate!
The President’s Pro-Am and Reception presented by MAU.
The exclusive Tuesday Pro-Am, June 7 allows you to network with representatives from MAU, BMW Manufacturing and other sponsors at the Pro-Am and reception. Click the link below to learn more how you can participate!
CORPORATE ENTERTAINMENT ON & OFF THE COURSE.
Skybox Club presented by Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute & Branding Opportunities
Want the skybox experience at Thornblade for a smaller group? This shared hospitality area on the 18th green will provide you with all the perks of a skybox at three different, more affordable price points. You can also attend the tournament by day and party by night.
South Carolina Charities, Inc.
104 S. Main Street, Suite 110
Greenville, SC 29601
Bob Nitto, President
Bob Stegner, Vice-President
Max Metcalf, Secretary/Treasurer
Irv Welling, Director
Frank Davis, Director
Sheldon Early, Director
Bobby Hitt, Emeritus