HP Byron Nelson Championship raises $5.37 million

The Salesmanship Club Charitable Golf of Dallas announced that the 2010 HP Byron Nelson Championship raised $5.37 million for Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers. That's a total of more than $127 million since the tournament started.

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Funds generated from the Championship benefit Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers, a nonprofit organization that provides innovative education programs and therapeutic services for more than 7,000 troubled and at-risk children and their families in the greater Dallas area each year. The Salesmanship Club provides the majority of SCYFC’s operating budget, primarily through the HP Byron Nelson Championship.

“Throughout the long months of planning for this successful event we kept our focus on one thing: why we do this,” said Robert Smith, 2012 tournament chairman. “Kids are at the heart of everything we do at the Salesmanship Club, and I’m proud that this event has such a tremendous positive impact on children and families in our community. I’m grateful to our title sponsor, HP, and the many sponsors, patrons and volunteers at our Championship who are such a big part of helping us transform kids’ lives.”