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Several professional golfers are doing their part to raise money for those affected by the Australian bushfires.
Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman, Nelly Korda and Jessica Korda are among those who have pledged donations based on the number of birdies and eagles they make at upcoming tournaments.
Smith, who is from Brisbane, plans to donate $500 for every birdie and $1,000 for every eagle he cards at this week’s Sony Open.
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Australia is burning, and I’m lost for words! Have personally had family members effected by the disaster, and it’s only the start of fire season. If anyone can donate, even the smallest amounts, clothes, blankets etc, it all counts. This week @sonyopenhawaii I will be donating $500 per birdie and $1000 per eagle. Everyone stay safe and my thoughts are with you!! Let’s make some birdies!
“Australia is burning, and I’m lost for words!” Smith wrote on Instagram. “Have personally had family members effected by the disaster, and it’s only the start of fire season. If anyone can donate, even the smallest amounts, clothes, blankets etc, it all counts… Everyone stay safe and my thoughts are with you!! Let’s make some birdies!”
Leishman, who was born in Warrnambool, will pledged the same amount during the Sony.
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Shattering to see the devastation the bushfires have caused so far, but great to see the Australian spirit come through with all the support. The Leishman family want to get involved. I will be donating $500 for every birdie and $1,000 for every eagle I make during the @sonyopenhawaii @beginagainfoundation will also match every donation made up to $5,000 to support the Bushfire Disaster Appeal and WIRES, Australia's largest wildlife rescue organization. Link to donate is in my profile and stories.
The Korda sisters, whose father Petr won the 1998 Australian Open in tennis, are promising $150 for every birdie and $300 for every they make during the LPGA’s two-event Florida Swing, which begins next week in Orlando, Florida.
It’s been absolutely heartbreaking watching you burn. You’ve been so good to our family, so for the @LPGA FL swing I will be donating $150 for every birdie and $300 for every eagle. #letsgo 🇦🇺
— Jessica Korda (@Thejessicakorda) January 6, 2020
Nelly Korda said she’ll donate based on her performance for her first three starts of the new season.
Hey Australia! Since you hold such a special place in my heart I’ve decided to donate $150 for every birdie and $300 for every eagle for the first 3 events of my @LPGA season. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼 for lots of BIRDIES & EAGLES! #AustraliaFires 🇦🇺❤️
— Nells (@NellyKorda) January 6, 2020
As of Saturday, the fires have burned nearly 6 million acres across Australia, including more than 3.5 million in New South Wales alone. Per CNN, 24 people have died, including several firefighters, while millions of animals have also been killed, including almost a third of the koala population of NSW.