Last Wednesday at the BMW Championship, Titleist Brand Ambassadors Adam Scott, Brendon de Jonge and Jason Dufner took their clubs across the street from Cog Hill to play the Three-Hole Sunshine Course.

Scott, de Jonge and Dufner teed it up with several golfers from Chicagoland special recreation associations as part of the Sunshine Golf Foundation's "Play with a Pro" day.

The Sunshine Through Golf Foundation is the charitable arm of the Chicago District Golf Association (CDGA), which brings the benefits and resources of the game of golf into the lives of beginners, juniors, individuals with disabilities, minorities and the economically disadvantaged throughout the Chicago area.

The Sunshine Course, which features three par-3 holes, a chipping and putting green and the handicap-accessible I*Mag*Jen Charities Clubhouse, was built in May of 2002 on eight acres of land donated by the Jemsek family, the owners of Cog Hill.

Over 1,000 individuals with special needs in the Chicago area are benefited by the Foundation, its camps and the Sunshine Course.

For more information on the Sunshine Through Golf Foundation, visit their Web site at  www.sunshinethroughgolf.org.