- Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational
The Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational is a golf tournament on the Nationwide Tour. It was played for the first time in July 2007 at The Ohio State University Golf Club's Scarlet Course in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Jack Nicklaus, a former Ohio State golfer and Upper Arlington native, serves as honorary host of the event. The event is unique in that it invites the top collegiate golfers to compete. Amateurs have won two of the five events.
The 2011 purse was $800,000, with a $144,000 winner's share. In 2011, amateur Harris English won the event; the first place money went to Kyle Reifers.
- 2011 Harris English (amateur)
- 2010 D. J. Brigman
- 2009 Derek Lamely
- 2008 Bill Lunde
- 2007 Daniel Summerhays (amateur)
Nationwide Tour events
Tournaments in playing order: Panama Claro Championship · Pacific Rubiales Bogotá Open · Chitimacha Louisiana Open · Fresh Express Classic at TPC Stonebrae · South Georgia Classic · Stadion Classic at UGA · BMW Charity Pro-Am · Melwood Prince George's County Open · Rex Hospital Open · Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open · Mexico Open · Chiquita Classic · Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational · Utah Championship · Cox Classic · Price Cutter Charity Championship · Midwest Classic · News Sentinel Open · Mylan Classic · Albertsons Boise Open · Soboba Golf Classic · WNB Golf Classic · Children's Hospital Classic · Miccosukee Championship · Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open · Nationwide Tour Championship at Daniel IslandFormer Events
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