Over 180 Participants

The Annual UBU100

Golf Tournament

The UBU 100 Annual Golf Tournament is an invitational hosted by the UBU100 Family at some of the most prestigious golf courses and resorts in the nation. This tournament is broken out into two separate tournaments - The UBU100 Men’s Golf Tournament, and the Women’s Empowerment Clinic and Golf Tournament. We welcome positive community leaders and professionals from all industries who are open to improve their game and network with others, while being part of a community first atmosphere. We aim to build relationships through the growing game of golf and the UBU 100 Motivational Self-Care mindset in life!

Our Mission

Our mission is to simply provide a safe place to engage Youth, Support Women and Children while providing CARE in a way that is new, fun, and exciting for people of all occupations. We Love the game of Golf, and we want more Women and Children to also fall in love with the game while we expand our outreach to the homes, schools, and communities in which we live! We are 100 every day and so are U! The UBU 100 Annual Golf Tournament and its focused operations of engagement supports the charitable efforts of My Life Coach Academy and Rings Vs. Rent Scholarship Foundation. These two programs provide a “gameplan” to rebuild and support low-income communities through the CARE Program that will change the lives of people in our homes, schools, and communities.
Life Coach Academy

Life Coach Academy is the (Pk-12) Life Skills Coaching program that support the curriculum and management of My Life Coach Academy the Time Management and Success Planning Strategies Programs for college and or career readiness for youth.

Rings vs. Rent Scholarship Foundation

Rings vs. Rent Scholarship Foundation is the College Degree completion program that is afforded to students that have exhausted their collegiate athletic eligibility and have not completed a degree in a field of study. This program is geared toward redirecting students to complete a degree in education, psychology, or physical education.

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