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Insperity Invitational: Pink Out Day at the PGA TOUR Champions Tournament

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Today on Saturday, May 4, Round 1 and 2 of Insperity Invitational presented by UnitedHealthcare took place at The Woodlands Country Club Tournament Course.

Due to severe weather and unplayable conditions at the Course, play was cancelled on Friday, May 3 for the previously scheduled Round 1. Tournament officials were able to revise Saturday’s schedule in an effort to complete the first two rounds of competition play for the Insperity Invitational while also continuing to hold the Folds of Honor Great of Golf Competition.

View moments from Round 1 and the Folds of Honor Greats of Golf Competition on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page:


Round 1 began early this morning at 7 a.m. with a scheduled time of 11:50 a.m. for the Folds of Honor Greats of Golf and an estimated 12:45 p.m. start time for Round 2. The Folds of Honor Greats of Golf Competition is world class gathering of 17 of the game’s greatest players will tee off on the 10th hole for a nine-hole scramble exhibition. Admission today was free for guests courtesy of Insperity and Woodforest National Bank.

Saturday, May 4 was “Pink Out Day” and guests coming to The Woodlands Country Club Tournament Course were encouraged to wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. For this special day, Insperity Invitational partnered with local nonprofit Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center to bring awareness to this incredible and unique center.. The mission of Canopy is to integrate cancer survivorship into the continuum of cancer care by providing the finest support, education and integrative services to all those impacted by cancer regardless of where patients are receiving treatment. Located at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center, the center serves as the primary location for activities aimed at helping patients and families throughout all phases of their illness, as well as assistance in navigating life after treatment. Created to be a warm and welcoming place with all elements centered on creating a calm and relaxing atmosphere for those who visit. Canopy is a home-away-from-home for cancer survivors and their families, at no cost to them.

Photo (L-R) of Canopy booth at the 2024 Insperity Invitational on Pink Out Day with a Canopy Volunteer, Marcella Herrera (Program Manager of Canopy), and Andrew Herrera. Photo by Rod Prado,

The updated start time for Round 3, the Final Round of Championship Play, is 10 a.m. tomorrow, Sunday, May 5. Tee times for Sunday’s final round are scheduled from 10 a.m. – 12:06 p.m. Admission will be free courtesy of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Things to Know from Round 1 and 2:

  • Seeking his second career PGA TOUR Champions victory and first in 10 years, Scott Dunlap holds a 1-shot lead after he and the rest of the field trekked their way across 36 holes Saturday.
  • Defending champion Steven Alker sits T4 at 7-under 137 after opening rounds of 68-69 in his bid to become the first player to win the same PGA TOUR Champions event three consecutive seasons since Bernhard Langer at the Kaulig Companies Championship (2014-2016).
  • In his first start since tearing his Achilles on February 1, World Golf Hall of Fame member and 4-time Insperity Invitational winner Bernhard Langer sits T31 at 1-under 143 after opening rounds of 69-74.

A PGA TOUR Champions event, the Insperity Invitational presented by UnitedHealthcare features the world’s premier golfers age 50 and older. With the support of its Official Sponsors: Woodforest National Bank, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Northside Imports Houston-Alfa Romeo, Pepsi, Sports Radio 610, National Car Rental, Breitling and Folds of Honor, the Insperity Invitational presented by UnitedHealthcare is managed and operated by Pro Links Sports. The tournament has received the prestigious Presidents Award as the best event on the Champions Tour, the President’s Award for Excellence in Achievement and twice The Players Award for having the “best of everything” for the players, sponsors and spectators. Interfaith of The Woodlands, one of the local charities benefitting from the tournament, was named a PGA TOUR Champions Charity of the Year.  Past champions include Larry Nelson, Jay Haas, Mark McNulty, four-time winner Bernhard Langer, John Cook, Fred Couples, Brad Faxon, Fred Funk, Esteban Toledo, Ian Woosnam, John Daly, Scott McCarron, Mike Weir and back-to-back winner, Steven Alker.

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