Coach Satterfield To Play In The 14th Annual Peach Bowl Challenge Charity Golf Challenge

Coach Scott Satterfield is set to compete in the 14th annual Peach Bowl Challenge charity golf tournament. He will face off against a field of other current and former head coaches all vying for their share of $320,000 in scholarship and charity.

The event will be held May 3 – 4 at Reynolds Lake Oconee outside of Atlanta. Since its creation in 2007, the event has contributed a total of $8.4 million in scholarship and charity, helping make Peach Bowl, Inc. college football’s most charitable bowl organization.

Official Release:

Greensboro, Ga. (April 28, 2021) – A field of 19 current and former college football coaches is set to compete in the 14th annual Peach Bowl Challenge charity golf tournament May 3-4 at Reynolds Lake Oconee outside Atlanta. The coaches will be competing for a share of the $320,000 scholarship and charity purse.

This year’s field includes an impressive roster of college football greats that features three former Dodd Trophy winners, and a collective group of coaches who have won a national championships, 26 FBS conference championships and boast 1962 career wins.

The nation’s premier collegiate coach golf event will feature coaches competing in teams over two days of competition. Proceeds from the event benefit charitable foundations selected by the coaches. Since its creation in 2007, the event has contributed a total of $8.4 million in scholarship and charity, helping make the Peach Bowl college football’s most charitable bowl organization.

“Many of these current and retired coaches have participated in our Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and Chick-fil-A Kickoff Games. This is our chance to give back to them for what they have done to help us grow and succeed – helping us meet our mission to be the country’s most charitable bowl organization,” Peach Bowl, Inc. CEO and President Gary Stokan said. “We can’t wait to see who comes out on top, but the real winners will be the charities these great coaches are playing for.”

The two-day tournament will be played in Ryder Cup format with Stableford scoring and will include 18-hole Chapman Scotch on Monday, followed by an 18-hole Two Man Scramble on Tuesday. This year’s event will also feature a Skills Challenge that includes bunker shot and chipping competitions.

The current field of competitors for this year’s Peach Bowl Challenge is projected to include:

Current Coaches




Shane Beamer

South Carolina

Herma’s Readers

Manny Diaz


Overtown Youth Center

Dave Doeren

NC State

321 Coffee

Randy Edsall


Edsall Family Foundation Philanthropy Fund

Gus Malzahn


Angel Armies

Jeff Monken


Mission 22

Dan Mullen


Mullen Family “36” Foundation

Scott Satterfield


Love City, Inc.

Kirby Smart


The Kirby Smart Family Foundation


Former Coaches (Legends)




Frank Beamer

Virginia Tech

Herma’s Readers

Mike Cavan


Cornerstone Church Athens

Chan Gailey

Georgia Tech

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Jim Grobe

Ohio, Wake Forest, Baylor

Fisher DeBerry Foundation

Bobby Johnson


Sea Island Habitat for Humanity

Paul Johnson

Navy, Georgia Tech

Paul and Susan Johnson Family Foundation

Rick Neuheisel

Colorado, Washington, UCLA

Wedgewood Charity

Houston Nutt

Boise State, Arkansas, Ole Miss

Chickasaw Foundation

Tom O’Brien

Boston College, NC State

Marine Toys for Tots

Steve Spurrier

Duke, Florida, South Carolina

HBC Foundation


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.