SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
MONDAY, JULY 15
Afternoon: Creighton University Heider College of Business Pro-Am
All day: Monday qualifying at Bent Tree, Council Bluffs; and Wilderness Ridge, Lincoln
TUESDAY, JULY 16
All day: Pro practice rounds (spectators allowed)
PGA Youth Day 10 a.m. Trick-shot golfer free and open to the public, Chuck “The Hit Man,” practice range Afterward: Mini golf, Golfzilla and inflatable driving range interactive areas
11 a.m.: Demo and autograph session with Korn Ferry Tour pros
WEDNESDAY, JULY 17
All day: Cox Business Pro-Am (spectators allowed)
THURSDAY, JULY 18
6:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.: First round, first and 10th tees
FRIDAY, JULY 19
6:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.: Second round, first and 10th tees
SATURDAY, JULY 20
7:40 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Third round
SUNDAY, JULY 21
7 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Final round
Online ticketing at thepinnaclebankchampionship.com
One-day grounds: $10 in advance, $15 at the gate
Weekly grounds: $35 in advance, $40 at the gate
One-day Clubhouse: $20 in advance, $25 at the gate
Weekly Clubhouse: $70 in advance, $90 at the gate
Clubhouse tickets include access to the air-conditioned, public east side of the clubhouse. (Food and beverages available for purchase.)
Grounds tickets provide access to the tournament grounds and access into public dining areas.
Free spectator parking will be at Metropolitan Community College’s Elkhorn Valley Campus, 829 N. 204th St. Overflow parking will be available nearby at Elkhorn High School, 1401 Veterans Drive. Free air-conditioned shuttles will take spectators from the parking lot to Indian Creek. Shuttles will operate during these times but are subject to change based on tee times and weather.
Thursday, July 18, and Friday, July 19: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. or one hour after play.
Saturday, July 20: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. or one hour after play.
Sunday, July 21: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. or one hour after play
Volunteer parking will be on site at the golf course on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday to Sunday, volunteer parking will be at Elkhorn High School, 1401 Veterans Drive.
Shuttles will take volunteers from the Elkhorn High parking lot to the dropoff at the Volunteer Headquarters at Indian Creek. Volunteers should report 30 minutes before their shift and give themselves sufficient time to park and ride the shuttle.
Shuttles will run during these times (subject to change based on tee times and weather):
Thursday, July 18, and Friday, July 19: 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, July 20: 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday, July 21: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Metal detectors: As on the PGA TOUR, all spectators will pass through metal detectors for their safety.
Clear bag policy: Clear, uncolored plastic tote bags smaller than 12x6x 12 will be permitted, or spectators may use a one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc or similar). They may bring small or clutch-sized purses/wallets, not exceeding 6x6x6, that will go through security screening. Only one bag is allowed per ticket holder. Large camera-carrying cases are not allowed.
Those with small children are allowed to bring strollers and small diaper bags. Medically necessary materials, plastic baby bottles and other essential baby supplies (infant must be with carrier) including strollers and bags are items subject to search.
Spectators may use mobile devices throughout tournament week subject to these PGA TOUR restrictions:
» Devices must be on silent at all times; flash may not be used.
» Content may be used for personal purposes (e.g., personal social media); no commercial use.
» No live streaming or real-time coverage (e.g., no shot-by-shot coverage).
» Phone calls are allowed only in designated areas.
» Be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media. All posted signage and instructions from tournament staff must be observed. Failure to comply with this policy may result in the revocation of your ticket.
Tickets: Must be displayed at all times. Display prominently, using a string, safety pin or rubber band.
Coolers: Not allowed.
Lawn chairs: Allowed without the bag.
Autographs: Not until a golfer finishes his round. Do not approach golfers during play or while they are in the scoring tents.
Other spectator etiquette: Kneel or sit when in front of a large gallery. Applaud good shots. Respect the golfers by being quiet and remaining motionless while they swing. Respect volunteers and fellow spectators and obey marshals’ orders. Talk in low voices around the course, especially in the skyboxes and viewing boxes.
WHERE TO FIND
Portable toilets: No. 3 green, No. 6 green, No. 8 green, No. 12 tee, No. 17 green, No. 18 green and No. 18 fairway.
Concessions: No. 1 tee, No. 6 green and No. 8 green.
Grey Goose Public Dining concessions: No. 17 green and No. 18 fairway.
OrthoNebraska Volunteer Headquarters: Northwest section of Indian Creek parking lot.
First aid: Northwest section of Indian Creek parking lot, No. 6 green and between No. 17 green and No. 18 tee.
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FROM OUR TOURNAMENT SPONSORS
Pinnacle Bank is a community bank that was founded by George and Tom Dinsdale in Palmer, Nebraska, in 1938. Roy and Jack, George’s sons, began to expand in 1959, when they purchased a second bank in Neligh. Roy and Jack continued to expand and run the bank for several years before the next generation continued the legacy.
Roy stays involved to this day and serves on several boards. Today, Pinnacle Bank provides services for a broad range of commercial, individual and agricultural customers. Throughout the communities it serves, it is known for strength, stability, service and values. It takes care of its customers by focusing on building genuine relationships.
Pinnacle Bank has continued to grow under the Dinsdale family and in the establishment of Pinnacle Bancorp. Over the years, Pinnacle Bancorp has developed into an $11.4 billion holding company with 150 community banks in seven states, including 64 locations across Nebraska in 36 communities. The second, third and fourth generations of Dinsdales have active roles in Pinnacle Bancorp. Sid Dinsdale, with the company since 1978, is the chairman of Pinnacle Bancorp, and Lynn Marchese is the Senior Vice President of Marketing. Helping the Dinsdales lead the company are Mark Hesser, President of Pinnacle Bancorp, and Marc Hock, Executive Vice President of Pinnacle Bancorp.
Pinnacle Bank, a subsidiary of Pinnacle Bancorp, is dedicated to its customers, as well as the communities where its customers and employees live and work. It gives back by donating to various local causes and sponsoring special events. And its employees share this community spirit by volunteering their time, as well.
“We are always looking for ways to help our communities and be a good neighbor,” Hock said. “Whether it’s giving time to a local event, supporting a project in town or donating to a charity, we make it a point to encourage each bank and each employee to be involved.”
Pinnacle Bank was presented with a new opportunity in 2016 to support the community with the Pinnacle Bank Championship. This major event will bring the PGA TOUR back to Omaha for its third year, July 15 to 21 at The Club at Indian Creek. Support Nebraska Inc., a 501(c)(3) foundation developed exclusively in conjunction with the event, will manage and operate the Pinnacle Bank Championship as the tournament host organization, with net proceeds from the event benefiting local charities. Brad Strittmatter, CEO of Olsson, serves as president of Support Nebraska. Other board members are Matt Dinsdale, Marc Hock, David Honnens, Jeff Jorth, Nick Kelley, Jim Nedrow and Chris Wendlandt.
Support Nebraska donated $25,000 to the TeamMates Mentoring Program in its inaugural year, 2017, and $40,000 in 2018. In 2019, Support Nebraska would like to be able to donate more to TeamMates with net proceeds from ticket sales and event sponsorships.
Pinnacle Bank is proud to be part of bringing professional golf back to Omaha and to carry on its tradition of community involvement through charitable giving and local economic support.
Fifteen local Chevrolet dealers in the Omaha and Lincoln areas are proud to support the Pinnacle Bank Championship. Collectively, they work together to further the Chevy brand in the region. They are active with many events that help the community in charitable aspects.
Besides being the official vehicle of the CHI Health Center and Ralston Arena, the Chevrolet dealers support local events that raise money to help others — including the Pinnacle Bank Championship; Omaha Health, Wellness and Fitness Expo; Omaha-Council Bluffs Heart Walk; Taste of Omaha; Cinco de Mayo; Capital City Ribfest; and many more.
The Chevrolet dealers include the following dealers in Omaha: Gregg Young Chevrolet, H&H Chevrolet and Huber Chevrolet.
The rest of the dealers based around the area are Beardmore Chevrolet in Bellevue; Deter Motors in Atlantic, Iowa; Duteau Chevrolet in Lincoln; Edwards Chevrolet in Council Bluffs; Gregg Young Chevrolet in Plattsmouth; Husker Auto Group in Lincoln; Meyer Automotive in Seward; Midway Chevrolet in Kearney; Sid Dillon Chevrolet in Blair and Fremont; Tom Dinsdale Chevrolet in Grand Island; and Woodhouse Chevrolet in Missouri Valley, Iowa.
TeamMates Mentoring Program aims to impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. TeamMates strives to be the gold standard for school-based mentoring through its values of commitment to youth, safety, integrity, trust and inclusion. As a school-based mentoring program, TeamMates makes its program easily accessible for all youth by meeting at a school during school hours and during the school year. All youth can benefit from a mentoring relationship. Whether in a formal relationship such as TeamMates or an informal relationship such as a neighbor or relative, everyone needs a positive role model to provide guidance and wisdom. The role of a mentor is to identify the strengths and talents of a student.
A youth in the TeamMates Mentoring Program is called a mentee. They are identified for their strengths and have expressed a desire to have a mentor. A mentor’s role is to provide additional support and encouragement to the mentee. Students may self-nominate or a parent or teacher may nominate a young person to have a mentor. Students in Grades 3 through 12 are eligible. TeamMates mentees consistently maintain or improve their grades, attendance and behavior based on data collected through partnerships with local school districts. There is a positive correlation between students looking forward to seeing their mentors and overall levels of hope, engagement and well-being.
TeamMates is always looking for adult volunteers (mentors) who want to build a positive relationship with a student in order to help them reach their full potential. You can start mentoring at any time during the school year. By volunteering just one time a week, mentors build a friendship with the student and provide support, encouragement and guidance. Mentors must be 18 or older and have a high school degree or GED equivalent. During weekly meetings, mentors focus on the strengths of youth and let youth take the lead in determining activities. Some matches play board games while others eat lunch, talk, work on a craft or go to the school gym. Mentors often report that they believe they have received much more from the mentoring relationship than they have given.
To sign up as a mentor, visit teammates.org and complete the application. Once your application has been approved, mentors start training and upon completion get to meet their mentees. It is TeamMates’ hope that by 2020, its program will have reached more than 12,000 youths. To help it meet this goal, please sign up to become a mentor or contact TeamMates at 877-531-8326.