Give - Guess - Win

Sponsored by the PGA Tour’s Birdies for Charity, here’s your chance
to help our families and win $10,000!

Donate $20 FirstTHEN Email Your guess


The PGA Tour’s PLAYERS Championship is a charity’s best friend, with over $9 million raised in 2018. Now, we can get our share of that pie. Guessing is open now thru March 11th, 2020.  

1. Click the button below. This links to our Donate page. Make a $20 minimum donation.

2. Email us at with your 2 guesses. One  is the number of birdies you think will be made in 2020, and second, the number of balls you think will land in the water on 17 (it’s the tiebreaker) along with your donation date and amount. See our cheat sheet below.

NOTE: Winners notified by The PLAYERS at the end of the tournament. Good Luck!


A minimum of $20 gets you in Birdies for Charity. One donation – one guess, but there’s no limit to the number of donations you can make.


The average number of birdies made and the number of balls hit in the water on hole #17 over the 4 days.


Win $10,000 with your guess. Winners will be notified by The PLAYERS representatives.

Helpful Hints and Past Winning Numbers

If a day is rained out, here’s what the PGA adds on to the total to make it 4 days total:

First Round – 400
Second Round – 400
Third Round – 200
Final Round – 200

One recent round at another tournament totaled 154 birdies, but every course and event is different.

The tie-breaker is guessing how many balls will be hit in the water on hole #17. 

We Ease the Burial Costs for Veteran Families of Soldier Suicide

Your Gift Matters. We Can Get Bonus Money For Every Guess Made.

I would like to thank you for all that you do.  I am truly thankful for your dedication to knowing the problem and trying to make others aware of the tragedy soldiers and their families endure.

Helen Taylor

Mother of Cedrick Taylor

This is a great resource for families that are faced with the hardships that come with veteran soldier suicide. 

Kevin Johns

Father of Jerod Johns

Veteran Still Not Buried Needs Help Today

Michael G. Forsting

Chad M. Forsting, father of 4, committed suicide 10 months ago. He served in Afghanistan.
They are $600 away from what they need to finally put the veteran to rest.

Donate here.