Volume I is out; let’s see how you do with Volume II.
We kicked off our coverage of the Regions Tradition for 2023 with some harder-than-some-expected trivia about the tournament. Now, let’s see what you really know!
If you didn’t take the first quiz, fear not. You can find it here and see how you do.
For more than 30 years, the Regions Tradition has benefited the Birmingham area, raising more than $21 million dollars for charities and annually generating more $25 million in economic impact.
What are some of the charitable organizations that have benefited from the Regions Tradition?
Here are just a couple of recent beneficiaries of the Regions Tradition:
- Children’s of Alabama, the tournament’s primary beneficiary – Children’s of Alabama is a Birmingham-based regional provider of children’s healthcare. Since 1911, it has provided specialized medical care for ill and injured children. Ranked among the best children’s hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, Children’s serves patients from every county in Alabama and nearly every state. It is one of the largest pediatric medical facilities in the United States.
- Fellowship House – The Fellowship House is a recovery program (a 2016 recipient).
- Magic Moment – The nonprofit is coming up with new ways to make memories for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses (2020 recipient).
- On River Time – On River Time provides experiences for survivors of abuse and neglect (2020 recipient).
But what do you really know about one of the largest and most significant events that Regions sponsors?
Regions Tradition Facts
- Tickets available at regionstradition.com
- Tournament Dates: May 10-14, 2023
- Celebrity Pro-Am: Wednesday, May 10
- Tickets: $25 Good Any One Day
- Kids 18 and under – FREE admission with a ticketed adult
- Total Purse: $2.5 million
- Winner’s Purse: $375,000
- Field: 78 players
- Format: 72-hole competition, no cut
- Defending Champion: Steve Stricker
- 2022-2032: Tournament to be held at Greystone Golf & Country Club