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FEBRUARY 23, 2024

HOUSTON, Texas – Two current top 10 golfers in the world, No. 1-ranked Scottie Scheffler and current US Open Champion
Wyndam Clark, ranked No. 7, are slated to compete in the 2024 Texas Children’s Houston Open, March 25-31 at Memorial Park
Golf Course in the heart of Houston.

Scheffler, who won back-to-back PGA TOUR Player of the Year honors in 2022-23 and 2022-21 and was the 2022 Masters
champion, is set to play in the Texas Children’s Houston Open for the fifth time in his career. In 2021, the University of Texas
alum finished tied for second after holding the outright 54-hole lead at the Houston Open. Other finishes in Houston include
tying for 9th at six-under, tying for 32nd at one-under in 2020 and tying for 28th at five-under in 2019.

Clark, currently ranked 7th in the OWGR rankings and 5th in the FedEx Cup rankings, is coming off a victory at the 2024 AT&T
Pebble Beach Pro-Am. During the 2022-23 season, Clark won the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship and his first Major, the 2023
U.S. Open. This will be Clark’s fourth time competing in Houston, with his highest finish coming at the 2022 Houston Open,
where he tied for 16th.

The field for the 2024 Texas Children’s Houston Open is coming together, as Scheffler, and Clark join the reigning champion,
Tony Finau, the champion in 2022 who is ranked 24th in the world.

Additional players will be announced next week as the Texas Children’s Houston Open continues to draw a must see competitive

General Admission tickets are now available for purchase, granting access to anywhere on the grounds that is open to the
public. Fans can enjoy tournament viewing across all 18 holes, including several bleacher seating areas. Pick Your Day
general admission tickets are available, with prices that vary from $45 to $55.

The Venue Hopper daily pass is also available, which includes access to three premium venues at the most exciting holes on
the course, plus all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic drinks for $159.

For more information and single-day tickets, visit

Premium hospitality is also available, For more information or to purchase packages, visit
or email


Texas Children’s, a nonprofit health care organization, is committed to creating a healthier future for children and women
throughout the global community by leading in patient care, education and research. Consistently ranked as the best children’s
hospital in Texas and among the top in the nation, Texas Children’s has garnered widespread recognition for its expertise
and breakthroughs in pediatric and women’s health. The system includes the Texas Children’s Duncan NRI; the Feigin
Tower for pediatric research; Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women, a comprehensive obstetrics/gynecology facility focusing on
high-risk births; Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, a community hospital in suburban West Houston; and Texas Children’s
Hospital The Woodlands, the first hospital devoted to children’s care for communities north of Houston. The organization also
created Texas Children’s Health Plan, the nation’s first HMO for children; Texas Children’s Pediatrics, the largest pediatric primary
care network in the country; Texas Children’s Urgent Care clinics that specialize in after-hours care tailored specifically
for children; and a global health program that s channeling care to children and women all over the world. Texas Children’s
Hospital is affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine. For more information, visit

The Astros Golf Foundation was formed in 2018 after Houston Astros Owner and Chairman Jim Crane agreed to take control
of the long-standing Houston Open tournament. The Astros Golf Foundation was established with three key objectives: to
ensure that the PGA TOUR event remained in Houston; to bring the tournament back to its glory and into the heart of the
city; to provide much-needed resources and funds to the citizens and community of Houston through park improvements,
charitable fundraising, and investment in youth programs.
The Astros Golf Foundation’s goal is to make the Houston Open a premier tournament on tour by engaging more fans, creating
memorable experiences beyond the game of golf, enticing a competitive field of elite golfers to compete annually, and
delivering up to $90 million annually in a positive economic impact to the city of Houston.
To bring the course up to PGA TOUR standards and provide the improvements for the general public to enjoy, in January of
2019, the Astros Golf Foundation began work on a $34 million renovation of the Memorial Park Golf Course and related facilities.
World renowned golf course architect Tom Doak oversaw the renovation with consultation from golf superstar Brooks
Koepka. In 2020, for the first time in 57 years, the Houston Open was held in the heart of Houston at Memorial Park Golf
In addition to completely rebuilding the golf course, the renovation included the creation of an environmentally sustainable
water re-use and irrigation system that utilizes captured storm water for golf course irrigation, a re-designed and expanded
driving range with a two-tiered hitting structure, a new maintenance facility, construction of a short course for First Tee participants,
a new STEM education center for kids, and a new tennis complex.
As stewards of the Houston Open, Jim Crane and the Astros Golf Foundation are committed to growing the Houston Open,
celebrating the game of golf, and serving the community and the people of Houston.

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