Without the WGA, the game of golf would not be the same
We've been elevating our game since 1899. WGA's golf championships rank among the oldest and most prestigious in the United States. The winning difference is that we use our tournament legacy and reputation to further our charitable mission, the Evans Scholars Foundation.
2018 BMW Championship
Aronimink Golf Club, Newton Square, Pennsylvania
Sept. 4-9, 2018
The BMW Championship world-class tournament is the third of four PGA TOUR events in the drive for the FedExCup. For more than 100 years, the championship's J.K. Wadley trophy has been engraved with the names of golf's greatest legends, including Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. The BMW Championship is the signature fundraising benefit for the Evans Scholars Foundation.
116th Western Amateur
Sunset Ridge Country Club, Northfield, Illinois
July 30-Aug. 4, 2018
Known as "The Masters of Amateur Golf," the Western Amateur showcases the rising stars of the game. It consistently ranks among the world's top amateur tournaments. The roster of past champions reads like a "Who's Who" of American golf, including eight-time winner Chick Evans, founder of the Evans Scholars Foundation.
Exmoor Country Club, Highland Park, Illinois
July 9-15, 2018
The Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship is one of the five majors on the PGA TOUR Champions. Seventy-eight players will compete in the event, the winner earning an exemption into the field at The 2019 PLAYERS Championship. As one of the five majors, the event plays a large role in determining Charles Schwab Cup points, and who will be the Charles Schwab Cup Champion at the end of the year.
Since 1992, the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship has raised over $11 million for charity. The WGA-supported Evans Scholars Foundation has been selected as a primary beneficiary of the 2018 Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship.
101st Western Junior
Evanston Golf Club, Skokie, Illinois
June 18-21, 2018
Established in 1914, the Western Junior Championship continues to draw the finest junior players from across the United States and the world. This tournament is a testing ground for the top players of the future. The tournament, the oldest national junior championship, is open to competitors, ages 15 to 19, with a handicap of three or less.