Hurley debuts charity golf tournament at Navy

Billy Hurley III is known in golf circles for his dedication to giving back to the military, but this may be his biggest charitable undertaking yet.

Presenting sponsor Leidos, a defense and cybersecurity company and one of the event’s 24 corporate sponsors, presented the Anchor Scholarship Foundation with a $60,000 donation to endow a new, recurring scholarship. It is Hurley’s first time working with Anchor.

Billy Hurley III hosting inaugural charity golf tournament

ANNAPOLIS –Billy Hurley checked off all the boxes when he decided to hold a charity golf tournament.
Several causes that are near and dear to his heart will be addressed as part of the inaugural Billy Hurley III and The Brave Golf Tournament, being held next week in his hometown of Annapolis.
Hurley and wife Heather believe strongly in supporting active duty service members and that is the main thrust of this event, which takes place Monday and Tuesday at the Naval Academy Golf Course.

Sailors from NAS-CC attending Billy Hurley-sponsored golf tournament

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) – A couple sailors from Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi are going to a golf tournament hosted by PGA Tour Champion Billy Hurley this weekend.
 
Hurley, a Navy veteran himself, is holding the inaugural tournament to honor 18 active servicemen while also benefitting several scholarship funds.
 
Last week, Matthew Hart and Ryan Neuenforff entered a raffle drawing and learned they will not only be meeting Hurley, but competing against each other.

Billy Hurley III gives 18 active duty servicemen the chance of a lifetime

ANNAPOLIS –As the only military veteran on the PGA TOUR, Billy Hurley III knows what it’s like to serve his country. This U.S. Naval Academy alumnus spent five years as a surface warfare officer, including deployment in the Persian Gulf, before returning to civilian life as a full-time TOUR contender in 2009.

On July 31st, 2017, he’ll be giving back in a big way. With help from some very generous sponsors, he’ll transport 18 active duty military personnel from base to golf course, all expenses paid, to play in the inaugural Billy Hurley III and the Brave Golf Tournament.

Hurley, Hoffmann top late additions to JDC field

SILVIS — Two players who received John Deere Classic sponsor exemptions early in their respective careers decided to add the annual local PGA Tour event to their schedules on Friday.

Billy Hurley III and Morgan Hoffmann were two nice additions to the 156-man field that will be playing in the $5.6 million event next week at TPC Deere Run. Hurley, who won last year’s Quicken Loans National and was T8 at this year’s Wells Fargo Championship, is No. 107 in the FedEx Cup standings. Hoffmann, still seeking his first PGA Tour victory, is No. 74.