Wednesday | April 9

  • Rex Hospital Open Media Day, featuring Chesson Hadley, 2013 Rex Open Tournament Champion
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation

Sunday | May 18

  • Rex Hospital Open Junior Invitational
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation

Monday | May 19

  • Professional Practice Rounds (All Day)
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation

Tuesday | May 20

  • Professional Practice Rounds (All Day)
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation
  • Rex Hospital Open Pro-Am presented by PMIS 
    The Hasentree Club / Tee times start 9 a.m.
    Reception immediately following conclusion of play
  • First Tee of the Triangle Instructional Clinic
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation, 6 p.m., Practice Range
  • Rex Hospital Open Pro-Am Reception presented by First Tennessee Bank
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation 6-9 p.m.

Wednesday | May 21

  • Rex Hospital Open Official Pro-Am
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation/ Morning and afternoon tee times
  • Honorary Tee Shot – Noon

Thursday & Friday | May 22 & May 23

  • First and Second Rounds – Rex Hospital Open
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation

Saturday | May 24 — Family Day at the Open presented by the Carolina Hurricanes

  • Third Round- Rex Hospital Open
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation

Sunday | May 25 — Service Appreciation Day presented by First Citizens Bank

  • Final Round – Rex Hospital Open
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation
  • Rex Hospital Open Trophy Presentation
    TPC at Wakefield Plantation immediately following play/approx 5 p.m.


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  • Carolina Hurricanes     
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  • Smith Simply Philosophical after Rex Open Win

    In an age when too many pro golfers rely on sports psychologists for attitude adjustments and others overthink every aspect of the game, Byron Smith provides an interesting contrast. “I try to be a dumb-jock golfer,” Smith said Sunday. “Simplify it, treat it like a game, play it like a game. “Show up and play. Aim and fire. Golf isn’t a mental game, it’s a swing game.”

  • Champion rewind: Byron Smith cruised to a stress-free 5-under 66 Sunday to win the Rex Hospital Open

    In a stunning twist this week on the Tour, a player in his 30s won. No word on whether Byron Smith needed a nap before his post-victory press conference. OK, so we jest a little. Indeed, Smith isn’t the oldest player to win this year or even the second-oldest. Alex Cejka (at the season opener in Colombia) and Kris Blanks (Chitimacha Louisiana) both have won this year as 40-somethings. But in a season where young guns like Carlos Ortiz (two wins, one away from an instant PGA TOUR card) and Max Homa (one year removed from an NCAA title) have won, among others in their 20s, there haven’t been many stories about late bloomers. [...]

  • Champions are Born at Rex Hospital [Video]

    Watch the Tour’s overview video of the 2014 Rex Hospital Open (video) [...]

  • Byron Smith Wins Rex Hospital Open; Victory Well-Positions Smith to Make the PGA Tour

    Byron Smith, from Palm Springs, Calif., won today’s Rex Hospital Open by four strokes, ending five-under 66 on the final day and 16-under par for the four-day tournament. Fans at TPC Wakefield’s 18th hole watched as he accepted the winner’s trophy. He also earned the $112,500 first place purse. “It’s probably the biggest moment of my golf career,” Smith said. “I’m going to enjoy this one for a while, hang out with my gal and the dog; then get back to work for the next one.” [...]