Photos courtesy of Jewish Family & Children’s Service

The Phoenix community is gearing up for an evening of friendly competition and philanthropy as Puttin’ for a Purpose launches its inaugural putting tournament. The charity event is aimed at raising vital funds for Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS), an esteemed organization dedicated to providing transformative services to over 40,000 residents of the Valley region.

Event Details:
• When Sept. 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
• Location: Putting World, 16259 North Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale
• Registration: Sign up at until 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 27.

The event is not just for golf pros. On the contrary, participants of all skill levels are encouraged to join. The tournament will feature three rounds that cater to different skill sets. While an 18-hole round is estimated to take around half an hour, the three rounds are designed to ensure inclusivity and excitement:
1. Round One (18 Holes): The lowest score takes the day.
2. Round Two (18 Holes): This round rewards those with the highest number of holes-in-one.
3. Round Three: Every participant takes a swing at sinking a hole-in-one from a challenging 50-foot distance.

Attendees are in for a treat, with complimentary bites and drinks available. Additionally, players stand a chance to win a variety of remarkable prizes. Above all, participants can take pride in knowing their participation goes far beyond the greens, directly helping countless individuals facing challenges like trauma, family violence, and mental health issues, among others.

For businesses or individuals interested in enhancing their community presence, sponsorship opportunities for the event are open. More details are accessible at