Els for Autism offers an annual series of events designed to raise funds to create and sustain the Els Center of Excellence. 

The Els for Autism Golf Challenge is  the largest charity driven international golf tournament in history.  More than 1700 amateur golfers competed last year in 25 events around the country.  In 2016 the tournament will also hold events in the Canada.  Ernie Els joins teams who raise at least $13,000 in Las Vegas for a two day Grand Finale.  The tournament is presented by SAP and major sponsors include Adams Golf, RBC, and Wine Spectator.  Events available to the public at

The E4A Pro-AM is one of the most successful annual pro-ams in the U.S. raising more than $700,000 each year.  Twenty-two world class PGA Tour pros join Ernie Els and groups of three man amateur teams at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens for a Sunday pairings party and Monday golf tournament.  The event is sponsored by Wine Spectator and Cigar Aficionado.  The event is sold out a year in advance.

Liezl’s Tea Party just celebrated its' eigth year.  Each year Mrs. Els holds the tea at her home with a unique theme.  More than 250 ladies have enjoyed an English Tea, a South African Tea, a Chinese Tea, a Parisian Tea, an Indian Tea, and American Tea, a Swedish Tea, and a Spanish Tea.  Tickets are $300.  

Light it Up Blue at Square Grouper in Jupiter, FL to kick off April, World Autism Awareness Month. The Els for Autism Foundation will be raising autism awareness and knowledge within the Jupiter and Palm Beach community. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse will be lit blue and the Foundation will host a fundraiser at Square Grouper Tiki Bar with proceeds to benefit The Els Center of Excellence.

Craft Beer & Food Pairing Experience will take place on Thursday, April 21st from 6 to 9 PM. Purchase tickets in advance for this fundraiser! The event will highlight some of the area's finest restaurants and nine different craft beer selections from our friends at Tequesta Brewing Company.

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