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In March 2019, Bob Klas Sr., the co-founder of the Tapemark Pro-Am, passed away at the age of 91. Bob's vision and commitment created the Tapemark, forever changing the landscape of charitable golf events in Minnesota and the Midwest. Most importantly, that vision has raised more than $7.5 million since 1972, all of it going to support people living with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota.


We ask you to consider making a highly impactful donation this year to honor Bob and the legacy of generosity he has left behind. Please know that your contribution is needed now more than ever, as people with disabilities still face many of the same challenges that they did back in 1972, when Bob and Pat Cody put together the very first Tapemark Pro-Am.


Bob was committed to creating a world where all people, regardless of ability, could live, work, and play in their own communities with dignity, hope, and respect. Please join hands with us as we strive to advance Bob’s vision and finish the work to which his life was dedicated.

To make a donation, please click the Donate button. This will take you to our official online donation page for the Tapemark Pro-Am.

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