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Clovernook Open supports Cincinnati Children’s Patients through Play Yellow!

Since 2019, the Clovernook Open presented by Projetech has brought some of the best professional and amateur golfers to compete at one of Cincinnati’s most historic golf venues, Clovernook Country Club.  

On May 8-10, the sixth playing of the Clovernook Open presented by Projetech will be contested and feature some of the best up-and-coming golfers from all around the country and even the world – some of which have competed on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour and in major championships!

In the five years of the event’s existence, the Clovernook Open has seen and done great things, including a 54 hole stroke play competition which provides a generous purse for the professional golfers in the field, a pre-tournament pro-am for sponsors, and a pro clinic for the students of the First Tee of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky and their families during tournament week – as well as a long standing partnership with the First Tee to raise charitable efforts for their section. 

This year, the Clovernook Open and Play Yellow, an organization partnered with Children’s Miracle Network, are partnering together to fundraise for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. The tournament will be conducting a “Birdies for Kids” fundraiser, where everyone involved and interested in the event has the chance to pledge a dollar amount for every birdie or better made during competition, which goes to Cincinnati Children’s.

In 2023, there were 770 birdies made at the Clovernook Open…this year we hope for more! If you’d like to be involved with this great cause, you can text clovernook to 41444 or click this link.

For more information on the Clovernook Open, you can visit their tournament website at or contact David Wetterich at

Thank you to the Clovernook Open for partnering with Play Yellow to fundraise for Cincinnati Children’s!