Tournament Info

Our Tournament

Contested annually on the Donald Ross-designed course at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., the Wyndham Championship was founded in 1938 and is the seventh-oldest event on the PGA TOUR excluding the Majors.  The tournament enjoys a rich 84-year history, including former winners like Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Gary Player and Seve Ballesteros.  In fact, 19 former winners are members of the World Golf Hall of Fame.  The Wyndham Championship is one of two regular-season PGA TOUR events contested on a course originally designed by Donald Ross. The 2024 tournament, set for August 7-11 will mark the 85th edition of North Carolina’s oldest professional golf event.

Few tournaments have the storylines the Wyndham Championship enjoys each August. As the final tournament of the PGA TOUR regular season, the Wyndham Championship plays a crucial role in:

  • Determining the 70 players who qualify for the FedExCup playoffs.
  • Deciding the $40 Million Comcast Business Tour Top 10, rewarding the top-10 finishers in the PGA TOUR Regular Season.
  • Helping determine the 50 players who qualify for the 2025 “elevated events” sporting $20 Million purses after reaching the second FedExCup Playoff event.
  • Providing key insights for Presidents Cup and Ryder Cup “captain’s picks.” In 2023, both Ryder Cup Captains Zach Johnson and Luke Donald played in the Wyndham Championship for that reason.

The Finale…is just the beginning.

Tournament Staff

  • Executive Director &
    CEO, Piedmont Triad Charitable Foundation

    Mark Brazil

  • Tournament Director

    Bobby Powell

  • Director of Finance

    Kelly Pinnix

  • Director of Development

    Terry Jones

  • Marketing & Social Media Manager

    Leslie Johnson

  • Sales Manager

    James Gentry

  • Director of Media Relations

    Rob Goodman

  • Manager of Ticket Operations, Finance Assistant

    Kellie Rhoney

  • Guest Services Manager

    Dare London

  • Operations Manager

    Parker Murphy

  • Volunteer Coordinator

    Val Edson