We are the "Official Cleanup and Restoration Company" of the PGA TOUR®, PGA TOUR Champions and LPGA, and we proudly sponsor players in each tour.
SERVPRO is the presenting sponsor for the Hero Outpost at several tournaments throughout the year. First responders and military can enjoy complimentary entrance to these tournaments and access to an exclusive hospitality area and premium golf viewing, courtesy of SERVPRO. For more information, visit the tournament’s ticketing website.
Proud Sponsor of the PGA TOUR & PGA TOUR Champions
“We take great pride in the quality of our sponsors at the PGA TOUR, and SERVPRO is not only recognized as a brand leader in its own industry, but also one of the top franchises in the country.”
- PGA TOUR Senior Vice President Jared Rice
Proud Sponsor of the LPGA
"We are thrilled to welcome SERVPRO as a valued partner of the LPGA. The company’s commitment to excellence and community aligns seamlessly with our values."
- LPGA Commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan
SERVPRO also sponsors the Mulligan program during tournament pro-ams. The first-of-its-kind Mulligan program introduces a charitable element to the pro-am competition. On a designated par-3 hole, participating teams will have the opportunity to purchase a SERVPRO-branded ball for an additional shot, with all proceeds benefiting the First Responders Children’s Foundation.
Tim O’Neal: SERVPRO Brand Ambassador
PGA TOUR Champions player Timothy O’Neal has one of the best stories in golf. Demonstrating incredible perseverance, Tim earned his Champions Tour card in 2022 after missing PGA TOUR qualifying twice by a single stroke. SERVPRO and O’Neal began their partnerships in early 2022. He is a graduate of Jackson State University, a historically black college in Mississippi.
- PGA TOUR Champions: Three Top 10 finishes, 3rd in overall driving distance, 26-for-26 cuts made in 2023
- 16 collegiate wins
- Georgia Amateur Championship in 1997
- More than 150 Korn Ferry Tour starts
Emma Talley: SERVPRO Brand Ambassador
Professional golfer and LPGA Tour player, Emma Talley joined the SERVPRO family in early 2023. As an official brand ambassador, Emma represents our brand and proudly wears our logo at her many events and appearances. Emma is a native of Paducah, Kentucky, and played golf during her four years at the University of Alabama.
- LGPA Tour: Top-10 finishes in 2022 and 2021
- Won the Symetra Tour 2017 Island Resort Championship
- 2015 NCAA Individual Championship winner
- 2013 U.S Women's Amateur winner
Brandt Snedeker: SERVPRO Brand Ambassador
SERVPRO and PGA TOUR golfer Brandt Snedeker began their partnership in 2020. As a SERVPRO brand ambassador, Snedeker wears the recognizable SERVPRO house logo on the collar of his golf shirt at PGA TOUR events. He also makes appearances on behalf of our brand to promote the partnership. Both SERVPRO and Snedeker believe the partnership is a natural fit. As a native of Nashville, Tennessee, Snedeker played golf at the collegiate level at Vanderbilt University, not far from SERVPRO Headquarters.
- Nine career PGA Tour victories, including the 2018 Wyndham Championship
- Two appearances in the Ryder Cup representing the United States
- 2012 FedEx Cup winner
- Won the U.S. Amateur Public Links in 2003 before turning pro in 2004
The CHUBB CLASSIC presented by SERVPRO
SERVPRO is also the presenting sponsor of the CHUBB Classic, the annual PGA TOUR Champions event held in Naples, Florida. The tournament remains the longest-standing PGA TOUR Champions event held in one metro area.
Complimentary tickets will be offered to all military personnel (active, retired, reserve and veteran), service personnel (police, fire, EMS), as well as front-line health workers (doctors and nurses) and a plus one to the event. In addition, they receive admission into an exclusive hospitality area – the SERVPRO Hero Outpost – which will provide complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Corporate support of the CHUBB Classic has traditionally been part of the success of the event, and we’re happy to be a part of continuing that tradition. A portion of the tickets has been donated to more than 30 local charities since the tournament’s inception in 1988.