Phillies Kyle Gibson and Zach Eflin to host 'Swinging for Impact' Topgolf charity event on August 21

Sign up now! Fans are invited to play golf with Phillies players at a new charity event to benefit Kisses for Kyle and Help One Now

August 10th, 2022

Ever dreamed of golfing with your favorite Philadelphia Phillies players? Phillies pitchers Kyle Gibson and Zach Eflin are joining their teammates and Big League Impact to raise money for people in need at the newly announced Swinging for Impact fan event at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 21, at Topgolf Mount Laurel. Sign-ups are now available at

This once-in-a-lifetime Topgolf experience will provide participants with a fun evening of competition alongside Eflin and Gibson, as well as their teammates Brad HandBryce HarperRhys HoskinsCorey Knebel, David RobertsonKyle Schwarber and Matt Vierling. Also in attendance will be manager Rob Thomson, and Phillies ambassador Scott Palmer will emcee the event. (Note: subject to change).

Proceeds from the event will benefit Kisses for Kyle, which supports families in the Delaware Valley whose children are battling cancer. Eflin was inspired to choose this charity after losing his young sister to leukemia. The event will also help support Help One Now’s Ferrier School.

Tickets are $300 per person, or $500 per pair of golfers, and include complimentary food, beer, and wine. The winners will take home a three-month Topgolf Platinum Elite membership for six individuals.

Registration is now open. For more information and to sign up, visit

About Big League Impact:

Big League Impact, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that partners with professional athletes through unique, sports-related fundraising platforms to help people meet basic human needs like food, clean water, medical care, shelter, and education in an effort to save lives, restore dignity, and instill hope. Started by St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright in 2013 as a fantasy football fundraiser, Big League Impact has grown from coast-to-coast, working with 80 MLB players, and raising more than $6.8 million for causes around the world.