Enjoy PGA TOUR golf at its finest, in Las Vegas! Many of the world’s top golfers compete and earn FedExCup points in the Shriners Children’s Open, a professional, charitable tournament, benefiting its namesake. The tournament is the third event of the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup season.
Established in 1983, the Open is held at the beautiful TPC Summerlin, in Las Vegas which has been honored by Golf Digest magazine as “One of America’s Best Golf Courses.” With a purse of $8 million, the event attracts some of the most recognized names in golf each year – Tiger Woods took home his inaugural PGA TOUR win here in 1996. Past Open tournament champions include Greg Norman, Davis Love III, Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, Webb Simpson, Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Cantlay, Kevin Na and in 2021, Sungjae Im.
The Shriners Children’s Open brings PGA TOUR golf to Las Vegas and also brings some very special representatives from the tournament’s namesake and charity, Shriners Children’s.
Each year, patients from Shriners Children’s locations are chosen to represent the healthcare system during the tournament. The patients serve as standard bearers – carrying the scores of professional golfers as they compete in the tournament, while making memories that will last a lifetime. The Shriners Children’s representatives enjoy a rare “inside the ropes” opportunity at the PGA TOUR event where they meet and interact with the pros, patients from across the country, Shriners and the Shriners Children’s community.
Click here to learn more and support Shriners Children’s Open 2023 Standard Bearers Program.
With an outstanding field of players and the opportunity to support Shriners Children’s, this is a world-class golf event you don’t want to miss.