Price Cutter Charity Championship

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This year, 46 charities in the Ozarks will benefit from the Price Cutter Charity Championship (PCCC). The Springfield golf tournament, now in its 28th year, is part of the PGA Web.com Tour. This year’s theme is United We Stand for Kids.

In the tournament’s history, it has gifted almost $14 million to local charities.

New to this year’s championship is Down Syndrome Group of the Ozarks, which provides medical, educational and social support to children of all ages.

Price Cutter Charity Championship

2014 marked the 25th year for the Price Cutter Charity Championship in Springfield. This week, the golf tournament announced it had exceeded its goal of $1 million to benefit local charities. KSMU’s Simone Cook reports on who the money will impact.

Danielle Wise is the director of development for The Arc of the Ozarks, which is one of 46 organizations involved in this year’s event.

Scott Harvey / KSMU

Over 45 organizations throughout southwest Missouri will benefit from this year’s Price Cutter Charity Championship in Springfield. Officials have set a goal to generate $1 million.

In less than two months, golfers from across the nation will converge on Springfield for the 24th Annual Price Cutter Charity Championship. The event is part of the 2013 Web.com Tour, in which athletes emerge to earn a spot on the PGA Tour. KSMU’s Scott Harvey attended Monday’s media day and filed this report.