Mutts and Putts: TOUR Championship makes donation to waive adoption fees for Atlanta Humane Society

ATLANTA – The dog (and cat!) days of summer are here, and the TOUR Championship is embracing the heat by waiving adoption fees for all animals six months and up at the Atlanta Humane Society this weekend, June 21-23. To get the Atlanta community in the spirit for the finale of the FedEx Cup Playoffs on August 28, all adopted pets will also go home with a custom TOUR Championship-themed bandana.

Free adoptions will take place at the Atlanta Humane Society (1551 Perry Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318) from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, June 21 through Sunday, June 23. Foster animals who are available for adoption during also qualify for fee-waived adoptions during this time.

“We're thrilled that the TOUR Championship is sponsoring adoption specials for our animals this weekend. This event will not only bring joy to families who welcome new furry members into their homes, but it also underscores the importance of compassion and connection... both on and off the green," said Cal Morgan, President and CEO of the Atlanta Humane Society. "Together, we're driving home the message that every adoption changes lives, putting smiles on faces and wagging tails in homes across Atlanta.”

As one of the region's foremost charitable contributors, the TOUR Championship donated $6.96 million to local causes in 2023 alone and has contributed more than $54 million since its inception in 1988. To purchase tickets and support the charitable mission of the TOUR Championship or to explore volunteer opportunities, please visit: