2021 Charles Schwab Challenge
For the 75th year, the best in the game are coming to Fort Worth to play on a shot maker's course. Charles Schwab is proud to celebrate challengers and great competition as the tournament's title sponsor.
Celebrating the communities of Fort Worth and Dallas
Charles Schwab is honored to help continue the tradition of this historic tournament, the longest running event on the PGA TOUR still held at its original site. Our company takes pride in supporting the communities where we live and work. Our roots in the area date back to 1977 when we opened our first local branch in Dallas. Today, we employ more than 4,000 people across the state. Each of us are inspired by those who work hard, overcome challenges and pursue their dreams.
Peter Greenley, Charles Schwab & Co
Watch the story of this one-of-a-kind '73 Challenger
We are bringing our challenger spirit to the PGA Tour.
Charles Schwab Corporation was founded in 1973, and the name of our golf tournament is the Charles Schwab Challenge. It was natural to have a '73 Challenger be the first innovative prize that we introduced in the tournament.
Past winners of the plaid jacket
When the winner of the Schwab Challenge holes out on the final green, he joins an elite club of golfing greats. Since 1952, this honor has come with an official Scottish royal tartan plaid jacket. Past winners include Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino and Jack Nicklaus. Last year’s winner, Daniel Berger, joined modern legends including Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose. A full list of past champions adorns the beautiful Wall of Champions on the first tee.
Raising the Leonard Trophy
Each champion’s name appears on the tall and impressive Leonard Trophy, which resides year-round at the club, and bears the name of all winners dating back to 1946. When the champion returns to defend his title the following year, he is honored at the annual Champions Dinner with a small replica Leonard Trophy, featuring a silver bowl and eagle atop a traditional wood base.