(Fort Smith, AR) – The All Pro Tour is heading to Hardscrabble Country Club for the United Way Charity Golf Classic May 19-22, 2021.

DATES: May 19th – 22nd, 2021

OFFICIAL NAME: United Way Charity Golf Classic

HASHTAGS: #UnitedWayClassic #APT #PathOfThePros

SCHEDULE: Sixth event of the APT season

VENUE: Hardscrabble Country Club – Fort Smith, AK

PAR/YARDS: 70 (35-35), 6,783 yards

PURSE MONEY: Estimated $120,000 (winner claims $20,000)

FORMAT: 72 Hole Stroke Play, Cut to top 50 and ties after 36 holes

 

FIELD OVERVIEW:

SIZE:155 players 

FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/3w0Girw

APT WINNERS: 10 players

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:

Monday: Practice Rounds

Tuesday: Practice Rounds (Limited), Pro-Am

Wednesday: Round, Junior Clinic (5-6:30 pm)

Thursday: Round 2 (Cut day), Sip n Chip (5-6:30 pm)

Friday: Round 3

Saturday: Final Round and award ceremony (2pm)

 

NOTES ON THE LIST OF COMPETITORS:

This week’s field is made up of 155 players from 14 countries.

The breakdown of the 140 players per country in the field this week: United States (132), Mexico (7), South Africa (3), Argentina (2), England (2), Canada (1), Finland (1), Great Britain (1), Hong Kong (1), Norway (1), New Zealand (1), Panama (1), Philippines (1), Australia (1)

 

The field for the United Way Charity Golf Classic is another strong field. Sam Stevens (Fort Worth, TX) was the winner last week at the Grand Casino Open Championship as well as the defending champion of the United Way Classic. Stevens will be in the field looking to defend his title and win in back-to-back weeks. Hayden Wood (Edmond, OK) is coming off his first runner-up finish on the ATP and is looking to build on his final round 65 heading into this week. Martin Flores (Frisco, TX) had the best last three rounds of the Grand Casino Open, finishing in third place as he looks to get some more professional starts before his return to the PGA Tour.

Action gets underway at 7:30 A.M. CT round one with play starting off No. 1 tee and No. 10 tee.  A trophy presentation by the clubhouse is set to follow the final round of play.  Attendance is free to the public.