September 5 - 11, 20229/4 - 9/11/2022

Legends Charity Challenge

The Legends Charity Challenge presented by World Wide Technology is poised to be the tournament's marquee event in 2021. This star-studded 9-hole exhibition match will feature golf’s greatest champion Jack Nicklaus and fellow World Golf Hall-of-Famer and Missouri native Tom Watson, along with former St. Louis Cardinals Hall-of-Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith and St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup-winning head coach Craig Berube to create a powerhouse foursome that will compete in an exhibition match to benefit charity

The Legends Charity Challenge will take place on Saturday, September 11, following the final pairing of the tournament’s second round, and will begin on Hole No. 10 at Norwood Hills Country Club.

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The pairings for this exciting competition will feature Jack Nicklaus and Ozzie Smith versus Tom Watson and Craig Berube in a nine-hole team scramble, match-play format. The teams will compete for a $25,000 purse to benefit First Tee of Greater St. Louis and PGA REACH Gateway. Each hole will be given a dollar value that will be awarded per hole to the winning team’s charity. Nicklaus and Smith will compete for PGA REACH Gateway, with Watson and Berube teeing it up for First Tee of Greater St. Louis. The team that has won the most money for its charity at the end of nine holes will be declared the winner of the inaugural Legends Charity Challenge presented by World Wide Technology.

LEGENDS CHARITY CHALLENGE HOLE VALUE BREAKDOWN

Hole Nos. 10 thru 12…………………. $1,000 per hole

Hole Nos. 13 thru 15…………………. $1,500 per hole

Hole No. 16………………………………. $2,500

Hole No. 17………………………………. $5,000

Hole No. 18………………………………. $10,000

Total Purse……………………………… $25,000

Ties will result in a carryover of the assigned hole value to the next hole. A tie at the end of nine holes will result in a sudden-death chip-off on the 18th green.