Our Partners

LOOPER is committed to growing the game of golf by providing everyone, and most importantly kids, a good way to learn the game and work in the sport they love.  

We know the more kids get involved in golf (playing or caddying) at a young age, the more likely they are to stick with the game when they become adults.

Through our mobile App, LOOPER encourages every customer and caddie choose a local golf related charity of their choosing.  In return LOOPER donates $1+ from every loop to a local golf related charity of the customers choosing.  Those charities and supporting organizations are listed below.


Since April 2003, Loudoun Junior Golf Association has introduced the game of golf to hundreds of junior golfers.  Along the way, the junior golfers are instilled with a respect for the rules, etiquette and Spirit of the Game that will serve them well in life.
 
www.loudonjuniorgolf.org


The First Tee of Greater Washington, DC

Since 1999, The First Tee of Greater Washington, DC has provided young people of all socio-economic backgrounds in DC and Northern Virginia with character-building and life skills lessons using golf as the platform. Through The First Tee, young people discover how skills essential to success on a golf course can also help them flourish in life.  In 2016, an estimated 1,000 Chapter youth will learn how to play the game of golf and it's many inherent values at ten area clubs and courses.  In addition, The First Tee National School Program will take place in over 100 schools in DC, Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudoun Counties. 

www.thefirstteedc.org


The Middle Atlantic Section of The PGA (MAPGA), is one of 41 Sections of The Professional Golfers' Association of America.  The MAPGA consists of over 1,100 members and apprentices in Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia and small portions of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. There are over 900,000 golfers playing more than 16.5 million rounds of golf a season in the Middle Atlantic region. There are over 600 operating golf facilities, of which approximately 70 percent employ a PGA Professional (83% of facilities with 18 holes or more).

As player development remains a driving force in the golf industry, the MAPGA provides a wide variety of programs and assistance to support its members who teach the game, promote goodwill and share the game’s values not only to their golfing customers, but also to their communities in general.

www.mapga.com