American Century Championship 2023 Recap
By: Sam Pinsky
We had a truly historic celebrity golf weekend this year as the destination sponsor of the 34th annual American Century Championship. An enormous congratulations to Stephen Curry for his incredible performance and for becoming the first African-American to hold the ACC title. Steph’s hole-in-one and walk-off eagle on hole 18 had all eyes on South Lake Tahoe. Along with having the largest audience in 20 years, including the biggest on-site crowd yet, the tournament continues to accrue tens of millions of views across various social media channels; our partners at NBC alone saw over 54 million views on their social media platforms over the weekend.
We extend our heartfelt appreciation to everyone who contributed to the success of this event, from the players and spectators to our valued partners at American Century Investments, NBC Sports, Edgewood Tahoe Resort, and all those behind the scenes. As we look back on this weekend, we feel truly proud and grateful for being part of such a wonderful occasion. The 34th annual American Century Championship will be remembered as a milestone event, and we look forward to the continued growth and success of this prestigious tournament in the years to come.
The American Century Championship has donated more than $5.5 million dollars to national and local charities and non-profit organizations in its 30-year history.
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The 2024 American Century Championship will take place July 10-14. Tickets will go on sale on April 1, 2024. You will be able to secure your ticket online at americancenturychampionship.com.
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