Birdies For Charity




Please click on each link below to learn about Birdies for Charity or to make a donation.

The 2018 Birdies for Charity Campaign has officially ended. Check back in March to donate to the charity of your choice!


The Birdies for Charity program is an opportunity for charitable organizations to utilize the awareness and magnitude of a PGA TOUR event to further their fundraising initiatives. The FORT WORTH Invitational Tournament is excited to offer this program to partner with 501 (c) 3 charitable organizations that contribute so much to the Tarrant County community. The program generated over $12 million for Tarrant County charities in 2017, recognized as one of the top Birdies for Charity programs on the PGA TOUR.

The concept is simple: Charitable Organizations solicit pledges from individuals and corporations for every birdie made during the FORT WORTH Invitational Tournament. In 2018, 1,396 birdies were recorded during the tournament. As a bonus, charities have the opportunity to earn additional contributions from our Matching Fund. The Matching Fund is distributed based on a pro-rata basis of total pledges collected. In 2018, the total Matching Fund exceeded $200,000 thanks to the generous support of our Lead Sponsors and Colonial Country Club. We are challenging the Tarrant County corporate community as supporting sponsors to assist us in growing our Matching Fund in 2019. 100% of our Lead and Friends of Birdies contributions is distributed to the charities.



"On behalf of our Board, Staff and those we serve thank you to Colonial Country Club and Birdies For Charity program toward the Building Yesterday’s Tomorrow’s Place campaign. This gift will help make our vision to transform lives through extraordinary learning environments a reality. "
Van Romans, President - Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

"You are a real source of strength and encouragement to me and all those who minister alongside me. Each contribution that we receive reminds us that H.O.P.E. Farm is a joint ministry of people who care about the future of young lives."
Gary Randle, Executive Director - H.O.P.E. Farm, Inc.

"Through your support the Club is able to make academic – as well as social and emotional – success a reality for many youth. Each day hundreds of youth benefit from quality educational assistance to keep them on track academically. Your generosity will go far to enhance the spirit of giving for our Club members."
Daphne Barlow, President - Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth