As the Official Investment Firm of the PGA Tour®, we are proud to actively promote and support professional golf and share our passion with aspiring golfers everywhere. Schwab is committed to providing retirement plan services to PGA Tour players and staff, as well as investment services to players and their families.
Born in Lake Forest, Illinois, Hank attended the University of Tulsa, in Oklahoma, where he received a four-year scholarship and was an All-Conference golfer. Hank has taught golf since 1976, given more than 50,000 golf lessons in his career, and traveled the world teaching golf.
His students have won every major championship in junior, amateur, and professional golf and have included professional golfers like Tiger Woods and Mark O’Meara, as well as celebrity golfers like Charles Barkley, Ray Romano, Rush Limbaugh, and Michael Phelps.
In addition to teaching golf all over the world, Hank is a best-selling author, owns and operates golf facilities and player academies across the globe, and has over 1 million opt-in subscribers for HaneyUniversity.com. Hank also hosts “Hank Haney Golf Radio” live on SiriusXM PGA Tour® Radio seven days a week.
The PGA teaching professionals at GolfTEC analyze your game, compile data, and then help you improve your golf skills. They do it with swing-analysis video technology, followed by their innovative, sequential approach to golf instruction. With millions of lessons given and a 96% success rate, GolfTEC is the world leader in golf lessons.
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As the Official Investment Firm of the PGA TOUR® and PGA TOUR Champions since 1997, we’re proud to celebrate over 20 years of continuous support of professional golf. We’re also proud to associate with an organization that has raised over $2.3 billion for charities since its inception, more than all other professional sports organizations combined.
The Inaugural Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs
This year, the PGA Tour Champions includes the inaugural Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs, a three-tournament, season-ending competition to determine the Charles Schwab Cup Champion.
“We’re excited to bring playoffs to the Champions Tour starting in 2016. We’re taking what is already a great Champions Tour and making it better, with a more interesting format, increased competition, higher stakes, better for fans,” said Chuck Schwab, Founder of The Charles Schwab Corporation. “And with playoffs, in order to win the Charles Schwab Cup, not only do you have to have a successful season, but now you have to perform in the clutch during the Playoffs, when it counts the most, and against the best competition.”
The 2016 schedule features 26 tournaments in 19 states and 3 countries outside the United States, with total prize money exceeding $55 million and an average purse of $2.1 million. Two of the three Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs events are new tournaments. The PowerShares QQQ Championship, to be held at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California, October 24 to 30, will be the first Playoffs event. The Dominion Charity Classic, set for Richmond’s Country Club of Virginia James River Course October 31 to November 6, will be the second Playoffs event. The Charles Schwab Cup Championship, the traditional season-ending event at the Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, November 7 to 13, will be the third and final Playoffs tournament. The Charles Schwab Cup winner will earn a $1 million bonus, and the top five finishers will also receive bonus payouts.