Old National Bank Golf Gives Back Program

The Korn Ferry Tour Championship Presented by United Leasing & Finance is the season-ending event on the Web.com Tour an official event of the PGA TOUR. The tournament will be held at Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Indiana August 26 – September 2, 2019. The PGA TOUR prides itself on giving back to the communities in which its events are held. The Korn Ferry Tour Championship will continue this tradition through the OLD NATIONAL BANK GOLF GIVES BACK PROGRAM.

How Does the Old National Bank Golf Gives Back Program Works?

  • Charities receive a link for complimentary Daily General Admission Passes to share with their followers and supporters.
  • Charity followers download as many individual passes as necessary for their party from the link and ATTEND the tournament.

There is no limit to the number of times the link can be shared and no limit to the numbers of passes that can be downloaded from a single link.

  • The pass’s unique barcode will be scanned at the Admissions Gate and a daily count will be held for each charity.
  • Charities share in a $50,000 pool based on the number of barcodes representing them that are scanned at the tournament’s admissions gate.

When Korn Ferry Tour Championship Presented by United Leasing & Finance fans purchased tickets on-line to the tournament, they were asked to choose a charity from a drop-down menu of local charities. In 2018, 44 regional charities received checks based on number of tickets sold online and the charitable organizations ticket sales. All ticket sales revenues are retained by the charity. Old National Bank contributes a $25,000 bonus pool distributed to charities based on the percentage of ticket sales by the charitable organization.

Charitable Impact

Golf Gives Back, Inc.  awarded the 2018 impact grant of $50,000 to Easterseals Milestones early child care and education program for the Golf Gives Back Art Enrichment Studio. This grant and other UL&FC charitable activities make the 2018 total charitable impact $400,070.

Since the tournaments inception in 2012, local charities have received over $1,557,473 !