can STEM help you beat par?

Even if you’re not a golf pro, understanding something about angles, aerodynamics and engineering can take your game to lofty new heights. And not just on the greens and fairways, but in life. Fact is, the same know-how that golfers use to elevate their game can also put kids on a clear course to success.

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the science of spin control

Ever wonder why a golf ball looks like a golf ball, completely covered with dimples? Find the reason why and much more about the STEM of golf.

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eagles for education

playing for change

With help from its partners, Chevron proudly donates money to STEM education and local charities for every eagle, double eagle or hole in one. It’s pretty exciting when you know that future innovators may get their start with every skillful stroke of the club.

funds raised by
eagles for education
to date:

$8,034,500

amount donated

helping others win

Retired Chevron CEO John Watson is dedicated to helping kids learn STEM and succeed (1:36)

Past AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am champions compete for charity with other champions in their respective sports.

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, at the Chevron Shoot Out

MLB Houston Astros pitcher, Justin Verlander, at the Chevron Shoot Out.

Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, at the Chevron Shoot Out.

Chevron champions STEM education; and in this Golf Digest article, you can learn how we use golf to get kids excited about science.

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