On a day that saw some of the first flurries flying in Mid-Michigan, The Ally Challenge presented by McLaren was looking to next summer and the return of spectator golf at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club.

Coming off an unprecedented year of COVID-19 adjustments to tournament play and community events, Tournament Organizers announced some positive numbers for community fundraising efforts from the 2020 event. In a press release, Tournament Officials announced that the third playing of The Ally Challenge presented by McLaren, concluded August 2, 2020, at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club, raised $801,563 for charitable organizations in southeastern Michigan and beyond.

“It is a true testament to the work of the Ally team and the tournament that we were able to come together to raise an incredible amount of money for the United Way of Genesee County in this challenging year,” said Andrea Brimmer, chief marketing and public relations officer, Ally. “With creative solutions like the $10k for 10 Feet and Ally logo challenges, we honored the commitment we made to support this community when we signed on to The Ally Challenge.”

In addition to highlighting the success of the tournament in 2020, organizers set their sights on next years big event. It was announced that tickets for the 2021 Ally Challenge presented by McLaren will go on sale this Friday, November 20, at theallychallenge.com.

The tournament will see the return of the Community Concert. The event which has rocked the course with acts such as Big & Rich and Dierks Bentley will see GRAMMY, EMMY, ACM, CMA and AMA Award-winning group Little Big Town headline in 2021. The event will take place on the driving range at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club, Saturday, August 28, 2021, following the second round of competition at The Ally Challenge presented by McLaren.

The 2021 Ally Challenge presented by McLaren is August 23 - 29 at renowned Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club.

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