About this event
The road to Pebble Beach begins at Champions Golf Club on September 16, 2019! The National Kidney Foundation Konica Minolta Golf Classic is the nation's Premier Amateur Golf Event for Charity. Each year thousands of golfers from across the country participate in over 30 events across the U.S. for the exciting competition and the chance to earn an invitation to the National Finals at Pebble Beach—while raising over $3.5 million dollars for the NKF. Top teams in the Handicap Index and Gross Division combined from every local National Kidney Foundation Golf Classic are invited to compete at the National Finals held at the famed Pebble Beach Resorts. If the U.S. Open or the U.S. Amateur is not in your future, this three-day tournament may be your only chance to compete for a national championship at beautiful and challenging Pebble Beach Links Resorts, Spyglass Hill Golf Course in January 2020.
Champions Golf Club was founded by Jack Burke, Jr. and the late Jimmy Demaret in 1957. From its origin, Champions has consistently carved its place in golf history hosting such prestigious events as the Ryder Cup Matches in 1967, the United States Open in 1969 and the Champions International, a PGA tour event. The Cypress Creek course was designed by Ralph Plummer and opened for play in 1959. With over 70,000 trees, wide fairways and enormous greens, it remains one of America's premier tournament sites. By joining us at this year's tournament, you will help to support the lifesaving programs and services of the National Kidney Foundation.
For more information about this event contact Tiffany Arichbald at firstname.lastname@example.org / 214.351.2393 ext 653