The PGA Golf Management program at Ferris State University has announced a $4 million
dollar fundraising campaign to build a state-of-the-art learning center that includes
a more functional indoor practice facility for year-round golf instruction and practice.
In addition, the facility will house the future home of the Michigan Golf Hall of
Donors to the campaign will shape the futures of the Ferris PGA Golf Management program, the lives of students and the profession of golf management. Click on the links on the right menu for giving opportunities and options for naming and other forms of recognition.
Ken and Kim Janke Make $500,000 Gift To Ferris State University
BIG RAPIDS — The Ferris Foundation has announced a $500,000 gift from Ken Janke Jr. and his wife, Kim, as part of Ferris State University’s campaign to construct a new PGA Golf Management Learning Center, which will also serve as the new home of the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame.
PGA Golf Management Learning Center Campaign Reaches $3 million-$500,000 Challenge Announced
With $3 million raised towards a fundraising goal of $4 million, it is time for everyone to help close out the campaign. We have a $500,000 challenge match which is a dollar for dollar match for all new commitments (pledges and cash) made by May 31, 2017.
PGA Golf Management Learning Center Case Statement
- A Tradition of Excellence
- A Case for the PGA Golf Management Learning Center
- A Critical Need
- Preserving History with the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame
- The Impact on Current PGM Students and Alumni
- The Community and Region
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