Philadelphia PGA Section Renews Partnership with Trinity Flavors

Lower Gwynedd Township, Pa. (April 20, 2022) — The Philadelphia PGA Section is proud to announce the renewal of its partnership with Trinity Flavors, a woman-owned ready-to-drink cocktail company headquartered in Phoenixville, Pa.

As part of the partnership, Trinity Flavors will support PGA REACH Philadelphia, the Section’s 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, in addition to Section and foundation pro-am team events, including:

  • Spring Pro-Lady Team Championship
    Tuesday, May 24 at Lehigh Country Club
  • Pro-Assistant Pro Team Championship
    Monday, June 27 at the Shore Club
  • Indian Valley Team Stableford Championship
    Monday, July 18 at Indian Valley Country Club
  • PGA REACH Philadelphia Pro-Am Championship
    Tuesday, October 11 at Philadelphia Cricket Club
  • Fall Pro-Pro Team Championship
    Monday, October 17 at Little Mill Country Club
“The Philadelphia PGA is thrilled to renew our partnership with Trinity Flavors,” said Section Executive Director Geoff Surrette, PGA. “Having a local company support the Section and PGA REACH Philadelphia is fantastic, and their products have proven to be popular choices at our PGA Professionals’ facilities.”

“We value our partnership with the Philadelphia PGA Section,” said Kathy Pires, Trinity Flavors Partner. “We look forward to seeing the PGA Members at the events and sharing our products with them. It is our privilege to support PGA REACH Philadelphia and their commitment to growing the game of golf through youth, military, and diversity with our donations from every can that we sell.”

To set up an account with Trinity Flavors for your facility, contact JT Vaughan via email at or by telephone at (610) 389-9704.About Trinity Flavors

Based in the Philadelphia suburbs, Trinity Flavors is a woman-owned company run by Kathleen Pires, who’s entrepreneurial ties run deep.

In the year 2000, her late uncle Mark Dowey was sitting in a country club with two friends when one of them ordered an Arnold Palmer, the half-lemonade, half-iced tea drink made famous by the golfing legend. Up until that point, Mr. Palmer had not capitalized on the popularity of his namesake beverage. Knowing this, Mark and his friends drew up a marketing plan on a napkin and presented it to Palmer’s agents at IMG. They were soon granted the rights for Arnold Palmer tea, found a partner in Arizona Tea and the rest is history.

Fast forward to 2017 and after working for more than 15 years in the ingredients industry with Mark, Kathleen was thinking about how many times she had enjoyed the Transfusion Cocktail at her local country club, Rivercrest Golf Club. “Wouldn’t it be great if we could get a transfusion in a can?” Inspired by her uncle, it is with that same entrepreneurial spirit and confidence that Trinity Flavors began. The latest creation, Vodka Lemonade is currently being introduced to golf clubs along with the Classic Transfusion and Iced Irish Coffee. There are more exciting flavors to come in 2022!

About the Philadelphia PGA Section

The Philadelphia PGA Section, covering eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware, is one of 41 geographical managing entities of the PGA of America. This Section manages nearly 900 PGA Members and Associates who are employed at over 590 golf facilities in our region.


Matt Frey, PGA, Philadelphia PGA Section,
Kathy Pires, Trinity Flavors,