The Bryan Brothers are known for their exploits on the doubles court. But the American twin brothers are also known for their great work off-the-court. The Bryans led the 3rd Annual Fore Love event - a charity pro-am event including tennis and golf -with golfing legend Jack Nicklaus earlier this week.
The event was a resounding success with $1.2 million being raised for the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Bryan Brothers Foundation. The event also included fellow ATP pros Kevin Anderson and Reilly Opelka, former World No.
1 Jim Courier as well as WTA stars Caroline Wozniacki, Sofia Kenin, Cori Gauff and Monica Puig. On the golfing side, Rory McIlroy was also part of the event. The Bryans recently announced that they would end their careers after the 2020 US Open.
Thanks to all the generous donors who took part and for the star studded line up of tennis/golf pros who donated their time. And huge thanks to Jack and Barbara Nicklaus for welcoming us into their beautiful home once again.
It’s inspiring to not only witness your deep love for each other but also your tireless efforts in making a difference in children’s lives.
Thanks to Barbara and @jacknicklaus for hosting another amazing event and to the 17 golf and tennis pros that donated time out of their busy schedules to play in the tournament. Also, big thanks to Patty, Rachel, Jillian, and Jennie for their tireless work behind the scenes...as well as Dan Sullivan, Scott Tolley, and Jim Mandeville.
Also, thank you Trent, James, Team Bryan and @inspiringchildren for holding it down on the courts! #nchcf #jacknicklaus #forelove