Let’s Play Campaign

2017 marks the 11th season on the PKB Girls’ Golf Tour. In its short history, the Tour has grown leaps and bounds. Started in 2007 as a venue for aspiring collegiate golfers in the Carolinas to develop, compete, and be recognized, the Tour has expanded to host events in seven states, with over 600 active participants and more than 550 members advancing to the collegiate ranks.

We are excited about the Tour’s growth and the profound impact it has had on its participants’ recruitment and success in college. In addition, it is rewarding to hear the many stories of friendships made both on the course and in the gallery. We strive to make the PKBGT more than just a golf tournament. We aim for a positive environment to grow and sustain girls golfers.

Our vision through the Let’s Play Campaign is to establish 1,000 “girls’ only” tournaments in the next 10 years based on a multi-level competitive framework which cultivates, enhances, and recognizes girls’ successes in the game. We aim to accomplish this vision through 3 strategic goals:


In partnership with the LPGA and the PKB Girls’ Golf Tour, our goal is to raise $100,000 in Phase I to make this vision a reality. This will allow us to grow the current PKBGT structure to new event series in new regions of the country. These events would include the Bell, Prep, and Futures Series event structure to attract all level of players.

Lets Play Strategic Plan

All donations to the Let’s Play Campaign and the PKBGT are fully tax deductible. To donate, CLICK HERE. Thank you for your continued support of the PKBGT and for ensuring the future of the game by contributing to the Let’s Play Campaign.


“As a parent of a former PKB Tour player, I can say, without a doubt, that the Tour was a vehicle that helped my daughter improve her game and secure a college scholarship. Unlike many other golf tours, the PKB Tour not only provided an outlet for my daughter, but also kindled many lifelong friendships for my daughter and my family. This fall, my daughter entered her freshman year at East Carolina University, where she will play alongside many former PKB Tour players. The PKBGT had a lasting impact on my family, as I am sure it has yours. Saying that, I pledge $500 to the Let’s Play Campaign and I encourage you to, as well.”

– Jay Allred, parent of PKB Tour player, Victoria Allred (Class of 2014), and PKBGT Committee Member


Want to Learn More?

Call 336-347-8537 or Email Tour Director Mike Parker


Donation checks can also be mailed to:
PKB Girls’ Golf Tour
Attn: Let’s Play Campaign
5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd
Greensboro, NC 27410

All donations are 100% tax deductible