The Second Annual LPGA Virtual Scramble, held between September 10th – 26th, wrapped up over the weekend, raising nearly $32,000 and bringing together over 700 participants from around the world.

Continuing the inaugural event, the LPGA Virtual Scramble allows teams to register to go head-to-head with other foursomes on a virtual scoreboard all from their local golf courses. Participants from LPGA*USGA Girls Golf, the LPGA Amateur Golf Association, and the LPGA Professionals competed in three separate divisions to benefit the LPGA in its ongoing efforts to change the face of the game. The $50 per participant donation went towards supporting the Renee Powel Grant, the Phyllis G. Meekins Scholarship, and the Women on Par Scholarship.

If you missed the scramble, you can still help:

All throughout the virtual scramble, participants took to social media to share their team pictures. Take a look at some of the highlights from the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf division and the LPGA Amateur Golf Association division below.

LPGA*USGA Girls Golf