Harmon Recovery Foundation
Who We Are
Founded by Bill and Robin Harmon in September 2010, The Harmon Recovery Foundation is a non-profit organization created to support drug and alcohol dependency treatment programs.
The Foundation's inception can be traced to Bill's desire to share the hope and insight he's gained from his personal experience with alcohol addiction and his subsequent 30 year road to recovery. Bill and Robin Harmon are committed to bringing attention to the needs of the recovery community by promoting an understanding and empathy for addiction, and providing resources to facilities who address these needs.
After the events of 2016, and Bill's experience with fighting cancer, Bill and Robin, also a survivor, have decided to expand the scope of their support to include non-profit cancer research and treatment centers.
"Helping others is the foundation stone of your recovery"
"To be helpful is our only aim"
Primary Objective of the 12th Step
What We Do
Bill brings a lifetime of experience in the golf profession to our fundraising events. As the youngest brother of the renowned Harmon Brothers, sons of 1948 Masters Champion, Claude Harmon, Bill is currently the Director of Instruction at the Toscana Country Club in Indian Wells, California. During the off season he has taught at prestigious clubs around the country including Carnegie Abbey Golf Club in Portsmouth, RI, Winged Foot Golf Club, Westchester, NY, and Castle Pines Golf Club, Castle Rock, CO. He has worked with several touring professionals, including Jay Haas, 14 time winner on the Champions’ Tour and Bill Haas, two time winner on the 2010 PGA Tour. You may also recognize him as a contributor and analyst on the Golf Channel. For 2019, he has been chosen as a Top 50 Teaching Professional in the USA, and Top 10 in California.
It is this experience and these Tour connections that Bill will draw from to make the Harmon Recovery Foundation golf events successful and unique.
Bill and Robin have been married for more than 30 years, and share a passion to help the community in a variety of ways. They have raised two sons in La Quinta, CA and now as "empty-nesters," have directed their concerted efforts to address the growing needs of drug and alcohol dependency facilities and programs.