Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament presented by CNO Financial Group
The 30th Annual Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament, presented by CNO Financial Group and hosted by Indiana Sports Corp, will take place on Monday, June 26, at The Sagamore Club of Noblesville, Ind. The tournament includes morning and afternoon shotgun tee times while teams compete in a scramble-style tournament over the 18-hole course. Special programming is planned for this year’s event in celebration of the 30th Anniversary and the events legacy of impacting underserved kids throughout Indiana. For sponsorship or foursome information please contact Craig Lippincott
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Since 1988, Youthlinks Indiana has generated more than $6.5 million that have been reinvested to support various youth sports programs and initiatives. A total of 230 youth-serving organizations have received over $2.1 million in CHAMPS Grants since 1988.
Susan Williams CHAMPS Grants support organizations that provide underserved youth with the opportunity to participate in sports, fitness activities and life skills programming. The Susan Williams CHAMPS Grants are funded by the net proceeds of the annual Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament presented by CNO Financial Group and contributions from the Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation and Samerian Foundation
Host Course Information
The Sagamore Golf Club
The Sagamore Club opened in 2004 and is inspired by golf’s time-honored values and traditions in evidence at some of the country’s oldest and most venerated private golf clubs. Designed by the greatest golfer of all time, Jack Nicklaus, as well as one of the most highly regarded golf course designers in the world, The Sagamore Club has taken its place alongside America’s most revered golf venues such as Muirfield Village, Medinah and Valhalla. As one of the finest new golf venues in the Midwest, The Sagamore Club is a stunning testament to the classic elements of a great golf course design as well as a lasting legacy to golf in Indiana.