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Simmons Bank Open

We remember Grayson Murray, our 2023 Simmons Bank Open Champion.

PGA Tour winner Grayson Murray passes away at 30

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Save the date for the 2024 Simmons Bank Open!

September 12-15, 2024


New Location:

Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, TN.

2023 Simmons Bank Open Recap


The Simmons Bank Open is not only the second round of the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, it's an event that aims to support and uplift our communities. Listen to what the stakeholders from the Tennessee Golf Foundation, The Snedeker Foundation, and Simmons Bank have to say about how the SBO plays a crucial role in supporting communities and promoting the growth of the game.

Foundation Friday


One of our most memorable moments from the event was undoubtedly seeing the joy and excitement on the faces of this year’s Foundation Friday grant recipients. The Simmons First Foundation awarded checks of $10,000 each to two well-deserving Nashville, Tennessee foundations, The Store and Soles4Souls.

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Relive the weekend


Live music, food trucks, a custom hat bar, a floating green, and a one-of-a-kind guitar trophy — just a few of the things that make the SBO one of our favorite weekends of the year.

Thursday | Round 1

Friday | Round 2

Saturday | Round 3

Sunday| Round 4

Thank you!

To all of the patrons, our partners, the Tennessee Golf Foundation, the Snedeker Foundation, the tournament volunteers and all of the others who make this event possible each year: thank you for making this the best Simmons Bank Open yet. We’ll see you in 2024!


About the Snedeker Foundation


The Snedeker Foundation has been the official charitable beneficiary of the Simmons Bank Open since 2017. Founded in 2012 by FedExCup Champion and nine-time PGA TOUR winner Brandt Snedeker and his wife Mandy, the Snedeker Foundation supports a variety of social and athletic endeavors in middle Tennessee, including: Our Kids, which provides expert medical evaluational and crisis counseling services in response to concerns of child sexual abuse, and The Sneds Tour, a statewide junior golf tour in Tennessee that allows kids to learn, play and enjoy the game while also making the sport affordable and accessible.