Welcome to the Portland Classic
Presented by Cambia Health Solutions

We are the longest-running non-major tournament on the LPGA Tour. Since the first Portland Classic in 1972, the event has been owned and operated by Tournament Golf Foundation, a 501(c)(3)volunteer organization dedicated to presenting world-class golf while benefiting local children’s charities. Over its 43 years, the tournament has generated more than $17 million for Oregon charities. With a purse of $1.3 million and traditionally one of the strongest fields on tour, this event is truly a favorite of players from around the world. With new sponsor Cambia Health Solutions, the event has a renewed focus on the Portland community.

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The 2014 Portland Classic presented by Cambia is proud to announce The ESCO Charity Drive. Thanks to the generous partnership of ESCO Corporation, 100% of all revenues generated from ticket purchases for the Portland Classic will be donated to a select group of deserving local charities. Learn More


The Portland Classic offers our corporate partners a variety of sponsorship opportunities. Whether it is a one-of-a-kind golfing experience in our Pro-Ams, the hospitality and panoramic views of the Champions Club, or signage, display and print advertising opportunities, we can fit any budget. Learn More


The success of the Portland Classic depends on the commitment of a small army of volunteers made up of people just like you. Your expertise and energy is needed.

Being a volunteer is a unique experience that is fun and exciting. Each year thousands of volunteers donate their time to LPGA events across the country and around the world, serving critical needs such as marshaling, scoring, transportation, hospitality services and many other important jobs. Learn More

Featured News

In 2014, leading by two heading into the final two holes, Austin Ernst made bogey on back-to-back holes to post 14-under-par. The nerves and disappointment could have crushed her in the playoff, too, but instead, she calmly called her dad - a PGA professional - and got some advice. Whatever he said proved magical as Ernst blasted a drive straight down the middle and hit a cloud-scraping 7-iron 25 feet behind the hole before delicately lagging her birdie putt, which nearly went in, down 6 inches behind the hole for par. She then waited as I.K. Kim was unable to make her 8-foot par putt to force another trip down the 18th hole. She grabbed her brother, who doubles as her caddie, and celebrated her first LPGA Tour win.
Posted: August 13, 2015, 8:00 am

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