Des Moines, Iowa (May 27, 2022) – The Principal® Charity Classic announced the final field list for next week’s tournament. With the last nine former champions and seven World Golf Hall of Famers competing June 3-5 in Des Moines, Iowa, the 2022 Principal Charity Classic will boast one of the best fields ever visiting the historic Wakonda Club.
Former champions in the field include defending champion Stephen Ames, Mark Calcavecchia, Russ Cochran, Brandt Jobe, Tom Lehman, Scott McCarron, Tom Pernice, Jr., Kevin Sutherland and three-time winner Jay Haas.
World Golf Hall of Fame members competing include Fred Couples, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, Bernhard Langer, Davis Love III, Colin Montgomerie and Jose Maria Olazabal.
Additional fan favorites appearing in Des Moines include Darren Clarke, Jim Furyk, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Steve Stricker and David Toms.
For more information, including the full field list and spectator information, please visit www.principalcharityclassic.com. Connect with the tournament on social media through facebook at facebook.com/principalcharityclassic, Twitter at @PCCTourney, and Instagram at @principalcharityclassic.
About the Principal Charity Classic
The Principal Charity Classic is an annual and award-winning PGA TOUR Champions event dedicated to investing in the future of Iowa kids. In 2021, the Principal Charity Classic raised a record $7.3 million for charity, bringing the tournament’s giving total to more than $37 million since 2007. Tournament funds benefit organizations that provide a broad level of support to Iowa kids in the areas of education and culture, financial security and stability, and/or health and wellness. Last year, the tournament touched the lives of more than 130,000 children statewide.
About PGA TOUR Champions
PGA TOUR Champions is a membership organization of professional golfers age 50 and older, including 35 members of the World Golf Hall of Fame. The Tour’s mission is to provide financial opportunities for its players, entertain and inspire its fans, deliver substantial value to its partners, create outlets for volunteers to give back and generate significant charitable and economic impact in tournament communities. All events are televised in the United States, with most receiving complete coverage on Golf Channel, the exclusive cable-television partner of PGA TOUR Champions. Internationally, telecasts air in excess of 170 countries and territories, reaching more than 340 million potential households, and distributed in 15+ markets via GOLFTV.