Glenview, Illinois (April 1, 2022) -- Global Golf Post, the world’s leading golf news brand, today announced that it will once again donate the funds for the green fees of all players in the 2022 San Francisco City Championship.
“As we have for the past several years, we want to support this historically significant tournament and the players who compete in it,” said Global Golf Post Founder and Publisher Jim Nugent.
Each of the 28 finalists will receive a Global Golf Post hat and towel. In addition, the winners will be featured in a congratulatory ad in the digital edition on April 11.
“Amateur golf is a part of the DNA of The Post,” added Nugent. “We take great pride and similar joy in supporting the amateur game, globally.”
About Global Golf Post:
Founded in 2010, Global Golf Post is the leading golf news publication in the world. The digital magazine is delivered overnight Sunday, 48 weeks per year, to a global audience of nearly 1.5 million avid golfers. Global Golf Post+ is a subscription service that delivers original, premium quality golf journalism that you cannot find anywhere else, with no advertising. GGP/Biz is a subscription service that delivers news and information about the business of golf.
About the San Francisco City Golf Championship
The San Francisco City Golf Championship, known locally as “The City,” is an annual golf tournament hosted by the City of San Francisco. It is a match play event and boasts one of the largest fields of any tournament in the nation, broken down into five separate divisions: Men’s, Men’s Senior, Men’s Super Senior, Women’s, and Open.
The San Francisco City Championship was inaugurated in 1917 and is the country's oldest municipal golf tournament. Another thing that makes the City Championship a unique event is the inclusion of an "Open" Division, allowing for golfers of varying abilities to compete. Those familiar with the City Championship will tell you about the tradition of playing the ball as it lies at San Francisco's Lincoln and Harding Park Golf Courses in less than ideal conditions. Conditions are the same for everyone; the ability to accept the occasional bad break is paramount to a competitor's success. Past champions include 1964 US Open Champion Ken Venturi, 1999 US Women's Open Champion Julie Inkster, and 1969 Masters’ Champion George Archer.
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