The passionate golfers among us remember Payne Stewart as the legendary winner of eleven PGA Tour events whose flashy knicker outfits made him stand out from the crowd. But his son Aaron remembers him differently. “I remember the family time, the moments at home. He taught my sister and I that the right attitude can make all the difference.” Payne Stewart died tragically in a plane crash in 1999, just weeks after his second US Open victory. He was in the prime of his career.
Payne Stewart built his life on the cornerstones of goodness, and Aaron lives that legacy today – which is why I’m thrilled to announce Aaron as our keynote speaker at a once-in-a-lifetime charitable dinner on Sunday, July 17. It’s a commemorative event, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Payne Stewart’s historic win at Hazeltine National Golf Club. Will you join us?