Springfield—April 9, 2024—The Memorial Health Championship presented by LRS announced their continued partnership with Visit Springfield today that allows free access to all four rounds of competitive play during this year’s Korn Ferry Tour competition. The tournament is scheduled for June 27 – June 30 at Panther Creek
Country Club.

“We have a fantastic event planned for central Illinois and are thrilled to partner with the Visit Springfield to make this event accessible to everyone,” said Kate Peters, Executive Director. “We are in the final months of planning and fans can expect to see new on course amenities for spectators. With this continued partnership, we have removed barriers for attendance and expect record-breaking crowds in late June.”

“We are in the business of driving visitors to Springfield and this partnership is a testament to just that,” said Scott Dahl, Director of the Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The City wants to do our part to help make the event accessible to anyone who wants to attend. With free parking at Landmark Ford and shuttles provided by Landmark Cadillac, complimentary tickets make this a family-friendly and affordable event for all to take part in.”

Fans planning to attend the Memorial Health Championship presented by LRS are encouraged to register for their free tickets at Those registering can also purchase upgraded tickets to the J&J Gaming VIP Lounge, a premium spectator venue overlooking the 9th and 18th greens with food and drink included. Daily walk-up attendance is permitted and is also at no charge via the
partnership with Visit Springfield.

For more information, contact the tournament office at (217) 670-2910 or visit

About the Memorial Health Championship presented by LRS
The Memorial Health Championship presented by LRS, a PGA TOUR-sanctioned event on the Korn Ferry Tour, is conducted annually at Panther Creek Country Club in Springfield, Illinois. This four-day, 72-hole competition features 156 players from around the world vying for a total purse of $1,000,000. As the path to the PGA TOUR, the Korn Ferry Tour features some of the most talented professional golfers who are ready to compete and win on golf’s biggest stage. Since the inaugural year in 2016, the tournament has continued to grow with an expected economic impact of over five million dollars on the central Illinois region.

About Korn Ferry Tour
Founded (1990), owned and operated by the PGA TOUR, the Korn Ferry Tour identifies and develops golf's next stars, preparing them to compete and win on the game's biggest stage. The Korn Ferry Tour, which has served as a path to the PGA TOUR since its inception, will award 30 PGA TOUR cards based off its points list in 2023, with the No. 1 player earning exemptions into the following year’s PLAYERS Championship and U.S. Open. With more than 600 PGA TOUR titles, 28 major championships and six FedEx Cup champions, Korn Ferry Tour alumni make up 88 percent of the PGA TOUR’s current membership. To learn more about the PGA TOUR, the Korn Ferry Tour and to follow the season-long quest for PGA TOUR cards, visit PGATOUR.COM or follow the Korn Ferry Tour on social media. Select Korn Ferry Tour events are televised annually on GOLF Channel in the United States, with tournament coverage available internationally in more than 170 countries and territories via 22 media partners