Many people see golf as a late-in-life venture. Others might consider it a hobby for doctors, businessmen, or the very well-to-do. But the truth is that golf is accessible for anyone, at any age, and not really restricted to any line of work. If you have the time, and access to some clubs, you can start swinging. The preconceptions of golf for retirement-aged folks could be the reason The Children’s Center decided to focus their charity event, Swing for the Future, on early education for families in need. It’s a way of bringing generations together. It’s also a way for the recipients of the charity – children – to get involved with the golfing community.

Here are the details you need to know, either to register or to watch:


September 13, 2021

Registration: 12:00 pm

Tee Off: 1:00 pm


Long Cove Club

Hilton Head Island, SC 29928


$250/person or

$1000/ foursome

(Price includes cart, boxed lunch, and entry to post-golf cocktail party)

Other Ways to Support the Charity:

While you are there, purchase a 50/50 ticket, or grab a “super ticket” to get VIP treatment and other cool opportunities. Super tickets are available in advance or on tournament day for $30. Hole sponsors are still being accepted for the event by contacting The Children’s Center.


There is no age restriction for the event. So maybe one of the best things a young person can do to improve the opportunity for others to acquire access to quality education is to pick up a set of golf clubs and swing for the future! Beginning a hobby such as golfing could also lead to team sports later in high school, and then possibly scholarship opportunities when approaching college age. It’s a win-win situation for everyone who participates in The Children Center’s Swing for the Future event in Hilton Head!