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Youth Golf Foundation

CordeValle’s Youth Golf Foundation 

The CordeValle Youth Golf Foundation, founded in 2004, is a non-profit organization committed to bringing the game of golf to youth of all income levels. The Foundation directly supports successful youth golf programs throughout Santa Clara County.

The CYGF's mission is to expand access to the sport of golf for children who normally couldn't afford to play through instruction, equipment, practice, play, and mentorship. The foundation supports established high school and junior golf programs serving underserved communities in the South Bay Area. Our goal is to provide kids and students with the opportunity to learn the sport, receive lessons and equipment, practice, compete, and build positive life skills.

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Youth Golf Foundation Tournament Series

CordeValle Golf Club hosts a tournament series to support youth golf programs in Santa Clara County. Tournaments offer golfers a chance to play one of the most revered championship golf courses in Northern California. The proceeds from our golf tournaments go back to the CordeValle Youth Golf Foundation. CordeValle's charity tournament series consists of a variety of tournaments throughout the year.
Grant Program of golf tournament at CordeValle, One CordeValle Club Dr.

Grant Program

The CYGF annually awards approximately $100,000 in grants to deserving programs. The foundation is funded through a $50,000 annual contribution from CordeValle Golf Club and raises an additional $50,000 per year through CordeValle's public charity tournaments.
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Past Grant Recipients

  • After School All Stars
  • Gilroy Golf Course Junior Golf
  • First Tee - Silicon Valley
  • San Jose Municipal Golf Course Junior Golf
  • High Schools - Piedmont Hills, Live Oak, Santa Teresa, Yerba Buena, Del Mar, James Lick, Prospect, Willow Glen, Lincoln, Branham, Ann Sobrato, Mt. Pleasant, and Gunderson.