The Kisner Foundation has teamed up with Barstool Sports to sell "Ain't No Hobby" golf caps to raise funds for the PGA Tour star's charity.
The Kisner Foundation, run by Kevin Kisner and his wife Brittany, has a mission to build positive environments for children in Aiken, South Carolina.
Between 2016 and 2020, the foundation donated over $400,000 through 32 grants to organizations across the Central Savannah River Area such as the Mental Health America of Aiken County, University Hospital, Aiken County Public Schools and The Salvation Army.
Now, Barstool Sports are supporting the foundation by producing brand new golf caps. A fraction of the proceeds will be going towards helping the foundation, but Kisner was initially caught off guard by the tweet posted by Riggs from Barstool Sports.
"Awwww s***!!!! Riggsy gets the go-ahead on our little secret before I even hear about it. Let’s go people!" Kisner tweeted. The charity has three foundational features of education, health and sport.
Kisner was unlucky to bump into an in-form Scottie Scheffler in the final of the WGC Match Play last week. He lost 4&3 in his third final in four years.
The four-time PGA Tour winner beat Adam Scott, Will Zalatoris and Corey Conners on his way to the final. He won the WGC Match Play in 2019.
The 38-year-old has earned $28,663,095 since he joined the PGA Tour in 2011 and he has used his profile to create a fantastic foundation.