Rex Healthcare is seeking volunteers for this year’s Rex Hospital Open, an official week-long stop on the PGA TOUR’s Web.com Tour. This year’s tournament at the Tournament Players Club (TPC) Wakefield Plantation in Raleigh, May 25–31, will need more than 500 volunteers to execute. Volunteers help in presenting the best professional golf event in the Triangle, and they give back to the community by participating in one of the region’s largest charity fundraisers. It’s also a great opportunity to see rising golf stars in a highly competitive environment attempt to earn their PGA TOUR card.
Credentials are required for all media entities to be on-site at TPC at Wakefield Plantation during Tournament week. To obtain media credentials for the Rex Hospital Open, please contact Rex Media Relations Manager Alan Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-784-4467.
Two exemptions into the 2015 Rex Hospital Open are up for grabs at the eGolf Gateway Tour Palmetto Hall Championship presented by Sonesta Hilton Head Island
Charlotte, N.C. – The eGolf Gateway Tour announced today that it has partnered with the Rex Hospital Open as a means to award two unrestricted sponsor’s exemptions into the Web.com Tour’s 2015 Rex Hospital Open and one unrestricted sponsor’s exemption into the 2016 Rex Hospital Open. The 2015 exemptions will be granted to the champion […]
The owners of the TPC at Wakefield Plantation golf club in Raleigh have secured a commitment from the PGA’s Web.com Tour officials to host to the Rex Hospital Open golf tournament for another three years, through 2017. […]
RALEIGH, N.C. – Rex Healthcare, McConnell Golf and the PGA TOUR are pleased to announce that the Rex Hospital Open will return to TPC at Wakefield Plantation in Raleigh for three years, through the 2017 tournament. The 2015 tournament will take place May 25-31. The Rex Hospital Open is the Triangle’s premier golf event and offers a week of must-see professional golf as Web.com Tour members compete in the season-long race to secure 50 available PGA TOUR cards for the following season. […]
Rex Healthcare recently agreed on a three-year extension with the PGA Tour to remain the title sponsor of the Web.com Tour event. McConnell Golf agreed to keep TPC at Wakefield Plantation as the event’s host. […]
The PGA TOUR announced today Rory McIlroy as the PGA TOUR Player of the Year and Chesson Hadley as PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year, as voted on by the TOUR’s membership for the 2013-14 Season. PGA TOUR members who played in at least 15 official money events this past season were eligible to vote. The balloting process ended on September 25.[…]
PORTLAND, Ore. — The final putt has dropped at the inaugural WinCo Foods Portland Open presented by Kraft and the first 25 of 50 PGA TOUR cards available via the Web.com Tour have been locked up. […]
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 Web.com 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. […]
Watch the Web.com Tour’s overview video of the 2014 Rex Hospital Open (video) […]