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Friday, August 7

The inaugural Ascension Charity Classic presented by Emerson rescheduled for 2021 due to health concerns related to COVID-19

Revitalization of North St. Louis County communities and support of tournament charities remain focus this year


ST. LOUIS – The PGA TOUR Champions and Ascension announced today that the 2020 Ascension Charity Classic presented by Emerson and associated events scheduled for September 28 – October 4 will be canceled this year due to the on-going health crisis related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a result of continued concerns and the serious impact of the COVID-19 virus throughout the country and specifically within St. Louis and St. Louis County, tournament organizers have made the decision to move the inaugural event to 2021. Tournament officials have worked closely with the St. Louis County health department and local officials throughout this pandemic to continuously monitor and assess the situation. “It’s not what any of us wanted, but the PGA TOUR and Ascension made the right decision for our region,” said Winston Calvert, Chief of Staff to St. Louis County Executive Sam Page.

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Wednesday, June 24

Community Impact of Ascension Charity Classic Boosted with Sponsorships from Emerson and World Wide Technology

ST. LOUIS – Two St. Louis-based companies, Emerson and World Wide Technology, have signed on for four-year sponsorship commitments to the Ascension Charity Classic golf tournament to be held in North St. Louis County the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2020.

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Friday, November 15

Tickets Now Available for the Inaugural Ascension Charity Classic

First annual PGA TOUR Champions event set to debut the week of September 28 – October 4, 2020 at Norwood Hills Country Club.

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Tuesday, October 8

Professional Golf is Returning to St. Louis in 2020 with the Ascension Charity Classic

On Tuesday at Norwood Hills Country Club, in North County, the PGA announced that the PGA Tour Champions—a group of professional golfers age 50 and older, including 33 members of the World Golf Hall of Fame—will begin a four-year tour in partnership with the nonprofit Catholic health care system Ascension in 2020.

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Tuesday, October 8

PGA TOUR Champions Coming to St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – PGA TOUR Champions and Ascension today announced a four-year partnership to host a new professional golf tournament in St. Louis. The Ascension Charity Classic will debut September 28 – October 4, 2020 at Norwood Hills Country Club in North County. It’s the first time the PGA TOUR has hosted an annual event in the St. Louis region since 2001, and the first major sporting event in recent times to be hosted in North County. All proceeds to benefit North County and St. Louis Charities.

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