The Ally Challenge is still trying to raise as much money as possible for local charities.

Even though the Ally Challenge will be played this year without fans, tournament officials are still trying to give back to the area. They have created a new charity initiative and will feature an online auction. This online auction will allow local and national fans to still participate with The Ally Challenge and support local causes, primarily the United Way of Genesee County.

The online charity auction started today and will run through the final round of the tournament on Sunday, August 2nd. For more information on the online auction and other ways to donate, click here. For those of you that are disappointed that fans will not be able to attend, don't worry, all three rounds of The Ally Challenge will be broadcast on the Golf Channel.

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I am bummed out as well. Last year we spent most of the week at the tournament broadcasting live from the 17th hole. That was definitely a party. I was also lucky enough to be an announcer for one of the Pro-Am rounds. That was a lot of fun to be able to meet all the golfers and announce them at their tee time. There is so much golf history on the ground of Warwick Hills and I was lucky enough to have just a tiny little part of it.

Tune in to Golf Channel on the following days and times to catch all the action.

  • Friday, July 31st from 11:30 am until 1:30 pm
  • Saturday, August 1st from 2 pm until 4:30 pm
  • Sunday, August 2nd from 3 pm until 5 pm


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