Golf fans: Get free tickets for the 2021 Evans Scholars Invitational

  • Curtis Thompson watches his putt on the 18th hole at Chicago Highlands Club in Westchester, Ill., during the 2020 Evans Scholars Invitational. Thompson made birdie to win by one stroke.

    Curtis Thompson watches his putt on the 18th hole at Chicago Highlands Club in Westchester, Ill., during the 2020 Evans Scholars Invitational. Thompson made birdie to win by one stroke. Courtesy of Charles Cherney/WGA

 
 
Updated 4/21/2021 10:41 PM

SERVPRO of Glenview is partnering with the Western Golf Association to provide free admission for golf fans attending the 2021 Evans Scholars Invitational at The Glen Club in Glenview, tournament officials announced.

The Korn Ferry Tour event, featuring golf's rising stars competing to make the PGA TOUR, is set for Thursday, May 27, through Sunday, May 30. Compliments of SERVPRO of Glenview, free daily grounds admission will be offered to spectators on all four days of competition.

 

Golf fans planning to attend the Evans Scholars Invitational can register for their free tickets at www.esinvitational.com/2021-tickets. Those registering online can also purchase upgraded tickets to The Hangar, a premium spectator venue that has access to The Glen Club grillroom and patio with food and drink included.

Tournament officials are working with the Village of Glenview and the state of Illinois, as well as health authorities, to develop a plan that will enable spectators to attend the event safely, with strict health protocols in place.

Held for the first time on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019, the Evans Scholars Invitational raises funds to help the Evans Scholars Foundation award full tuition and housing college scholarships to deserving youth caddies. This year, 1,045 Evans Scholars are enrolled in 19 leading universities nationwide.

For more information, visit www.es invitational.com.

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