The Honda Classic is an annual 72-hole stroke play charity golf tournament featuring the best PGA Tour players in the world. Helmed by primary beneficiaries the Children’s Healthcare Charity and Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, it unites international athletes and fans to raise funds for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of childhood illness. Likewise, the CHC helps assist non-profit programs and projects for community and healthcare services.
Where is the Honda Classic Played?
The Honda Classic is played at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach, Florida. A luxurious tropical getaway, the resort offers pristine golf courses and world-class dining, setting the stage for an idyllic week-long tournament stay. It will host this coming year’s Honda Classic from February 24 to March 1, 2020.
Where Does Honda Come In?
Honda positively impacts the youth of Palm Beach County as the tournament’s #1 sponsor. Since 1972, the Honda Classic has garnered over $31 million through local and national charities, including the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, helping local youth and fostering a sense of community. The result? A memorable experience for golfers and fans alike.