CEFCU Presents GAMEDAY at the Memorial Health Championship


Springfield—June 10, 2021The Memorial Health Championship presented by LRS announced that GAMEDAY presented by CEFCU will return to the tournament week lineup on Tuesday, July 13. This event, geared for kids ages 8 18, will make a 3rd year return to the schedule thanks to local sponsor CEFCU. The event is free to attend and participate but limited to the first 30 registered kids.

GAMEDAY’s mission is to positively impact young golfers by hosting events during the season across the PGA, LPGA, and Korn Ferry Tour. “We were very pleased with the positive response to this event in the past. Elevating the experience we can offer to juniors continues to be a priority to us as we want to do our part to grow interest in the game of golf.” Said Executive Director, Kate Peters. “Partnering with CEFCU again this year allows us to keep this great experience for kids on our schedule.”

GAMEDAY, a program run by the golf division of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be held on Tuesday, July 13 from 3:00 P.M. 5:30 P.M. and allows registered juniors and their parent or guardian to accompany 2 3 professional golfers for 9-holes of their practice rounds. Juniors will have the opportunity to walk inside-the-ropes and interact with participating professionals as they prepare to compete in the Memorial Health Championship. At the end of play, the participants will then join the Tour professionals for a question-and-answer session where life skills and values are discussed as well as autographs and photos.

“The purpose of GAMEDAY is to engage juniors in a dialogue about what principals are essential to success in life and golf, following dreams, dedication, goal setting, integrity and faith”. Said Jim Esary, Director of FCA Golf. “We are pleased to be able to bring this event, already popular at many other Tour stops back to Springfield.

There is no cost to participate but parents/guardians must register their children in advance by visiting www.fcagolf.org/gameday. For more information, contact the tournament office at (217) 670-2910 or visit MemorialHealthChampionship.com.