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Charles Schwab Cup Championship Maintains Strong Corporate Support

Charles Schwab Cup Championship Maintains Strong Corporate Support

More than 80 sponsors have signed-on for the 2023 tournament

PHOENIX, Ariz. – More than 80 new and returning corporate sponsors will participate in the 2023 Charles Schwab Cup Championship when the PGA TOUR Champions season-ending event is played at Phoenix Country Club November 9 -12. Many of the tournament sponsors are Phoenix area businesses, supporting the family-friendly community event, while reaching potential customers in a fun golf tournament setting.


New and returning sponsors include:

Charles Schwab – Title Sponsor and Youth Day Sponsor: Charles Schwab is now in its 21st year as title sponsor of the PGA TOUR Champions season-ending tournament and season-long competition. Charles Schwab will also sponsor Youth Day on Saturday, November 11th in which children from the Boys & Girls Club of the Valley will attend the tournament, receive golf and life lessons from The First Tee and enjoy lunch at Phoenix Country Club. Schwab will also make a $20,000 donation to the Boys & Girls Club of the Valley.

San Tan Ford – Proud Partner, Official Vehicle, 18 Bleacher Sponsor and Pro-Am Sponsor: San Tan Ford is a Proud Partner of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship and is the sponsor of the Wednesday Pro-Am and the public bleacher seating on the 18th green. San Tan Ford will also provide vehicles for professional golfers to utilize during their time in Phoenix and will have a substantial presence onsite with vehicle displays throughout the course, including a 2023 Electric Ford Mustang MACH E.

Wrapping up the 2024 WM Phoenix Open with tournament chair Matt Mooney.