×
Did you know you can save your preferences across all your digital devices and platforms simply by creating a profile? Would you like to get started?
Not right now
No, never ask again
THE PLAYERS Championship Charity Impact

$100M Announcement

On the steps of city hall, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry led a group of community leaders to proclaim July 13 as THE PLAYERS Championship Charity Day in celebration of THE PLAYERS Championship reaching several charitable milestones as a result of the 2018 event. The tournament reached more than $100 million in total donations, surpassed a 10-year goal of $50 million generated for local non-profits that promote youth education, health and wellness and character development and that the 2018 tournament generated a record-setting $9 million to local charities.
Grants
Grants
Learn more
Charity of The Day
Charity of The Day
Learn More
Birdies for charity
Birdies for charity
Learn more
    Morgan Stanley’s Eagles for Impact Challenge

    Morgan Stanley’s Eagles for Impact Challenge

    For every eagle made throughout the tournament, Proud Partner Morgan Stanley will donate 1,500 books to Book Trust, a national early literacy non profit that tackles generational poverty by inspiring kids’ passion for reading. The firm will be tracking eagles made this week at THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida with the goal of providing 75,000 books to students across the country.
    2018 Training U Sports Business and Education forum
    Training U
    WATCH
    THE PLAYERS: Hubbard House
    Hubbard House and Jim Furyk
    WATCH
    Sam Saunders and THE PLAYERS deliver Thanksgiving baskets
    Angelwood and Sam Saunders
    WATCH