Honolulu, HI – As Marc Leishman plays golf in Hawaii this week, he’ll be playing for his home country.
Leishman, a Virginia Beach resident, is from Warrnambool, Australia. His homeland is currently being devastated by bushfires.
The No. 28 ranked golfer in the world has pledged to donate $500 for every birdie and $1,000 for every eagle he records during this week’s PGA TOUR Sony Open in Hawaii. Additionally, several other organizations have pledged their support to bring the total donation per birdie to $850 and $2300 per eagle. Continue reading on WTKR.com
Every year, the @BeginAgainFdtn Golf Classic continues to grow, and so does the number of families Marc & Audrey Leishman help in times of need.— Mitch Brown (@MitchBTV_) May 7, 2019
It’s a cause that’s become near & dear to @marcleish’s #PGATour friends too! (@Amanda_Balionis, @IBFinchy)⛳️https://t.co/LeUDO5u7TF pic.twitter.com/9f4UiKHdvz