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$200,000 distributed during annual
Over 1,200 volunteers that make the Jamie Farr Toledo
Corning Classic a success each year. They have the opportunity
to choose from over 25 committees. Volunteer opportunities range
from being on course, in the clubhouse, off-site or volunteering
prior to tournament week. Learn More
Toledo Classic Inc. (parent company of the Jamie Farr Toledo
Classic LPGA tournament) presented checks today to six local
children’s charities at their annual charity luncheon at Owens
Corning’s World Headquarters. Toledo Classic Inc. distributed
proceeds in the amount of $200,000 that were the result of prior
Jamie Farr Toledo Classic tournaments along with the management
of the 2011 U. S. Senior Open Championship held at Inverness
Club this past summer.
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Join our Volunteer Family! Over 1,200 volunteers make the Jamie
Farr Toledo Classic a success each year. There are over 25
committees to choose from. Volunteer Registration will begin
after the first of the year, but you can check out the
opportunities by clicking here.
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Welcome to Jamie Farr Toledo Classic!
The Jamie Farr Toledo Classic
Presented by Kroger
, Owens Corning and O-I
(JFTC) has made
the hopes and dreams come true for many NWO children. The
tournament was first held in 1984 at Glengarry Country Club
(presently Stone Oak Country Club) until 1988 when it moved to
Highland Meadows Golf Club.
In 1984 the purse was only $175,000 and 100 golfers played in
the tournament. Since that first tournament, the growth of the
event has been due to the support of many local businesses and
strong community support.