Mackenzie Hughes wins PCCC, heads to PGA Tour


Winner-tipping hat 2016

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes outlasted the field Sunday afternoon in Springfield to earn his first Tour victory at the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper. The 25-year-old Hughes birdied the 72nd hole, fired a final-round, 6-under-par 66 and posted 24-under-par 264 to finish one clear of Richy Werenski (66).

“This is the hardest day of my life,” said Hughes, who earned $121,500 for his effort at Highland Springs Country Club. “I’m so proud of the way I hung in there. I had to dig so deep. The thoughts were going crazy in my head.”

“Trying to quiet that down was the greatest challenge I’ve had in my life.” continued Hughes. “I kid you not, there were so many times I thought about the outcome and what it could mean to my family and everything like that. I had to bring myself back so many times. I just wanted to get across the line and it feels so good.”

For the whole story from the Tour, go to this link.

Go Blue fore Autism Championship Sunday is upon the 27th PCCC



Join us for the final round of the 27th Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper on Sunday, one of the biggest sporting spectacles of the year in the Ozarks.

Due to the possibility of inclement weather, the tournament will resume at 8 a.m. with golfers to tee off on hole Nos. 1 and 10. The leaders will tee off close to 10 a.m., with the tournament anticipated to end at about 3 p.m.


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It’s Go Blue fore Autism Championship Sunday presented by The Arc of the Ozarks today, as the charity raises awareness about children diagnosed with autism. Spectators are asked to wear blue clothing as the Springfield-based charity displays blue ribbons throughout the course, along with information about autism.


For Tickets

Enjoy the action all weekend as all tickets are half price, except for the $10 daily grounds pass and the $25 TLC Properties Charity Sweepstakes tickets that could win you a 2016 Ford F-150 or $10,000. The announcement means a Clubhouse Badge is $50 and a Jackson Brothers of the South Ozarks Club VIP food tent badge is $75. Call 417-887-3400.

WIN THE FORD F-150 OR $10,000

For tickets to the PCCC, go to this link. Among the options is the $25 TLC Properties Sweepstakes ticket, which could win you a 2016 Ford F-150 or $10,000.

After play, the grand prize drawings for the TLC Properties Charity Sweepstakes tickets will be announced. A $25 ticket could win you a 2016 Ford F-150 XLT or $10,000. You have until noon Sunday to enter. Tickets can be purchased at the information at the bottom of the ramp, or ask several charity directors on site.


Sunrise Service

Imagine the sun peeking over the trees and steam drifting across the pond in what’s always an enjoyable Sunrise Service, which begins at 7 a.m. on the 18th green. The “Hot Butter Worship Band” from Wesley United Methodist Church also will be performing during the Sunrise Service. Chris Ballard, pastor of The Story Church, will provide a short message.


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As part of our Honoring Our Heroes program, all former and current military, law enforcement and first responders – and their families – will receive free admission, free food and a great view of the 18th green from our Heroes tent. Tickets are at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, and at the admissions tent in the grassy parking lot across from the Hall.

Hughes is on top at the PCCC

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes accomplished his goal of getting into the final group on Sunday. The 25-year-old from Hamilton, Ontario birdied the final two holes of his third round and shot a bogey-free 8-under 64 to take the 54-hole lead at the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper. Hughes’ 18-under-par 198 total puts him one clear of Australian Steve Allan (63), Xander Schauffele (64) and No. 3 on the Tour money list Richy Werenski (66). For the full story from the Tour, click here.