Colonial Tournament renamed Charles Schwab Challenge

by Dan M | Posted on Saturday, June 30th, 2018

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The PGA Tour has stopped at the Colonial Country Club since 1946 making it the PGA TOUR’s longest-tenured tournament at a single venue.
It  has been renamed the Charles Schwab Challenge.

The dates for the 2019 Charles Schwab Challenge will be confirmed when
the PGA TOUR announces the 2018-19 schedule.

The Charles Schwab Challenge is among the PGA TOUR leaders in
charitable giving, including generating a record $13 million awarded
to charities in 2018. The tournament has generated $100 million for
more than 150 charitable organizations over the past two decades.
Many of the game’s biggest names, representing a wide range of
styles of play, have won the tournament since its inaugural playing in
1946, from golf greats like Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson to
modern-day stars such as Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia, Jordan Spieth
and Justin Rose, who won the 2018 title by three strokes over Brooks
Koepka.

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