WithersRavenel continues to support Wyndham Championship
One of the PGA Tour’s most historic events is teeing off once again in Greensboro. The Wyndham Championship takes center stage at Sedgefield County Club, running Aug. 13-16. Golfers from around the world will battle for prize money and valuable FedEx Cup points at the 81st annual event. Some of the top names include Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson, Jordan Spieth, Paul Casey and defending champion (and Hickory native) J.T. Poston.
WithersRavenel is proud of our long-term relationship with the Wyndham Championship. Through our Greensboro office, we have completed multiple projects over the past two years to improve the tournament experience for fans and participants. Although there will not be spectators at this year’s event, we hope everyone can enjoy the tournament virtually, either on television or through an online watch party.
So enjoy the golf, and we hope to see you face-to-face next year at the Wyndham in Greensboro!
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