The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play has exceeded $5 million in charitable contributions to the Greater Austin area since the tournament moved to Austin Country Club in 2016. That total includes funds generated from the 2021 event held this past March and brings the all-time total for the tournament’s 22-year history to over $20 million. The funds donated were once again made possible through the unwavering support of the community and have directly benefitted Dell Children’s Medical Center, the First Tee of Greater Austin and several other organizations throughout the years.
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play is proud to support these Austin-area charities during the 2022 tournament.
The First Tee of Greater Austin
The First Tee of Greater Austin continues to instill core values through youth golf programming since the Austin chapter was first founded in 1999. Donations from the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play are part of what continues to help fund curriculum, source equipment and aid in long-term projects like the eventual Learning Center at the Harvey Penick Golf Campus.
Dell Children's Hospital
Dell Children’s Medical Center celebrate the recent opening of their Specialty Pavilion, which was built with the help of donations from organizations in Austin such as the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. The Pavilion, unveiled in April of 2021, will house world-class cardiovascular, neurosciences, fetal care and cancer programs. The addition of the new site is part of a comprehensive plan to expand and elevate pediatric care in the region over the next five years, boasting 161,000 square feet of additional space for complex care services.
Jordan Spieth meets fan at WGC-Dell Match Play
Prior to the 2022 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play, Jordan Spieth meets a fan and member of the First Tee - Greater Austin, Mary Sophia.