2002 PGA Champion Rich Beem Playing to Raise Funds for Golf Emergency Relief Fund

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Rich Beem of the United States smiles on the 16th tee during the first round of the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club on July 28, 2016 in Springfield, New Jersey. Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images

The PGA Championship holds a special place in the heart of 2002 winner Rich Beem & he’s celebrating the championship this week by playing 72 holes to raise money for the Golf Emergency Relief Fund. 
Beem posted a video to his Instagram Monday to share just how special his bond with the PGA Championship is and how he's stepping up to help those affected by COVID-19.
Since he’ll have to wait until August to tee it up at TPC Harding Park, Beem will play spend his week playing four rounds at UT Golf Club in Austin, Texas, and donate $50 for every birdie & $100 for every eagle he makes. 
To learn more about the Golf Emergency Relief Fund, visit