Welcome to Button Hole!
Button Hole is a non-profit (501c3) initiative that is funded entirely by public donations. We are dedicated to providing a short course and teaching center focused on kids and "golf, the greatest game."

Please donate now and help us carry out our mission.
Button Hole on NPR

A short course for kids, the transformation of a scarred sand pit and a "give back" to a game many of us love was surely enough motivation to build a now nationally acclaimed junior golf course and teaching facility in an urban corridor. Little did we know that in just 12 years we would have touched the lives of more than 15,000 kids. Watch the video to see how we have become such an important community resource.

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Button Hole Breaks Ground on Accessibility Project

Beginning September 5, 2013, Button Hole’s nine holes and driving range will underwent an extensive renovation project that resulted in making Button Hole one of the few completely accessible courses for the disabled.  Funded through a grant from the Wadsworth Charities Foundation of Chicago, IL, grants from the Roy T. Morgan Foundation and Andrade-Faxon Charities for Children and generous gifts from individual donors, Button Hole will construct a facility that will allow for the expansion of a long history of commitment to programs for everyone, including disabled children and their families.

12 Years - 15,000 Button Hole Kids!

As Button Hole approaches the beginning of its 13th year, our Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Ed Mauro reflects on the early years of Button Hole--its visionaries, early champions and donors. Read the extraordinary story of leadership, perseverance and dedication to the children of the Providence urban corridor. Buttonhole: The Early Years

Button Hole's 2011-2012 Score Card

During 2011-12, Button Hole provided programs for 15 elementary, middle and high schools; after-school programs for eight schools and community agencies; partnered with eight other community agencies to provide on and off site programming; ran events and clinics for 13 additional agencies; and provided opportunities for children who are physically challenged. We Couldn't Do It Without You




Saturday, September 19, 2015 9:00AM - 12:30PM.

Organized through URI's Physical Therapy Department, Full Swing Golf team partners children with physical needs with golf pros, physical therapists, and other professionals to teach them the game of golf. Find out more, or how to register or sponsor this event at www.fullswinggolfri.org


FALL 2015 Kids and Adult Lessons

Fall 2015 lessons for kids and adults are now posted!  Register for a session that fits your schedule. Call us with any questions.


New England Adaptive Sports clinic held on July 20th.

Many thanks to all the veterans and their families who came out to play. A great time was had by all!





Many Thanks to Karl Hetzler and Walter Gosciminski from H&S Tool & Engineering, Inc. and Cure Putters, Inc. for their generous donation of Cure Putters! The kids from Del Sesto Middle School enjoyed trying out these innovative putters!





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