Nationwide is the Presenting Sponsor of the Memorial Tournament
Nationwide supports the communities where we live and work. That’s why we’ve been working with Nationwide Children’s Hospital for more than 60 years to help them achieve their mission. Nationwide Children’s Hospital has always been the primary charitable benefactor of the Memorial Tournament.
The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide is hosted by golf legend Jack Nicklaus and features the world's top golfers as they compete in one of the premiere stops on the PGA TOUR. 2019 is the ninth year that Nationwide has served as the presenting sponsor of an event that shines a spotlight on our hometown of Columbus, Ohio, and benefits Nationwide Children's Hospital, which provides world-class care to every child, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
Nationwide congratulates Patrick Cantlay, the 2019 winner of the Memorial Tournament. Patrick rallied from four shots down during the final round to best major champions Adam Scott and Martin Kaymer for his second PGA TOUR title. The Long Beach, California native fired a final round -8 under 64 to finish the Tournament at 269.
Benefiting Nationwide Children's Hospital
Nationwide is proud to partner with Jack & Barbara Nicklaus and the Memorial Tournament because of our shared commitment to giving back to the community. Proceeds from the Tournament benefit the Memorial Tournament Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Since partnering with the Memorial in 2011, Nationwide and the Memorial Tournament have raised more than $13 million for Nationwide Children's. In 2006, the Nationwide Foundation pledged its largest gift in its history, granting $50 million to the hospital, and over the last six years, gifted the hospital with an additional $60 million in grants to establish and support the Nationwide Foundation Pediatric Innovation Fund at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
At Nationwide, we pride ourselves on giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Making a difference in the lives of children and their families is something that we've held most important since our beginnings in 1926. Learn more about the Memorial Tournament.