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2020 was a year to remember. Events throughout the world have been canceled or postponed over concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Professional, collegiate, youth sports, music festivals, graduations, and holiday celebrations have all gone virtual or adjusted formats significantly to help slow down the spread of the virus. 


“The whole idea of the National Scramble is to allow our many friends and supporters who look forward to this event every year to be able to continue supporting Fellowship Open initiatives and still have fun by playing a round of golf socially distanced with friends no matter where they are in the world,” remarked John W. Daniels, Jr., Chairman of the Fellowship Open. “Many of our traditional sponsors have stepped forward despite conditions to pledge continuing support because they see the results are so powerful and important, especially now at a time of unprecedented challenge. Corporate, civic, and community partners who’ve been with the Fellowship Open for 20 years return annually because they understand the impact they're having on the lives of young people. We thank them sincerely for answering the call.”

“The health and well-being of all Fellowship Open attendees – players, staff, volunteers, youth, chairs, supporters - is the first and primary concern for the Fellowship Open and our partners,” said John W. Daniels III, Fellowship Open President. “While we look forward to returning to a full slate of live activities in 2021, we have exciting plans to accommodate current social distancing requirements and still continue to support the many youth organizations we help every year. The need doesn’t diminish. We must redouble our efforts to maintain our ability to help those who need it most in Milwaukee.”


In 2020, The Fellowship Open was proud to present the National Golf Scramble for Youth, a virtual event with golfers all across the country participating. Since then, the world has re-opened and we are excited to welcome you back for the 2021 Fellowship Open in partnership with the 2021 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. View 

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