#1 Charity Event in Golf™

Fore. A Cause.™

Liberty Mutual Insurance has always strived to support our communities and be a champion for those in need. As part of these efforts, we are proud to sponsor the 2014 Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational™, the #1 Charity Event in Golf™. Each year, thousands of golfers participate for a chance to win great prizes and to help make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.

Don’t miss the chance to be a champion — win your local event and earn an invitation to compete at TPC Sawgrass, site of THE PLAYERS Championship and host of the Liberty Mutual Invitational National Finals.

The Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational is sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance Group and its affiliate Safeco.

With tournaments held across the country throughout the year, you’re sure to find a event near you.

Find a Tournament

When you play, you’ll be eligible for great benefits including:

  • 18 holes on a championship golf course
  • An awards banquet with great food
  • Valuable gifts and great prizes
  • An opportunity to play in the Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational National Finals at TPC Sawgrass, home of THE PLAYERS Championship

Most importantly, you will be helping those less fortunate, since all funds raised are distributed to local charities

Next Event

  • Saturday, November 1st
    Northeast Kidney Foundation
    Westwood Country Club
  • Monday, November 3rd
    Southwest Transplant Foundation
    Dallas Athletic Club (Gold)
  • Monday, November 3rd
    Southwest Transplant Foundation
    Dallas Athletic Club (Blue)
  • Monday, November 3rd
    National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana
    Chateau Golf & Country Club
  • Monday, November 10th
    Roseman Univ. of Health Sciences Scholarship Fund
    Cascata Golf Club

Curtis Strange

Honorary Chairman

Curtis Strange is a two-time U.S. Open Champion and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Curtis won three PGA Tour money titles and 17 tournaments on the PGA TOUR. He remains the only man to win back-to-back US Opens since Ben Hogan in ’50 and ’51. Read More »