Veritex® Bank

APRIL 22 - 28, 2024



Veritex Bank Championship

Veritex Bank Championship
Korn Ferry Tour Golf is bigger in Texas

While our event officially got its start in 2020, we did not get to host our first tournament until 2021 as a result of COVID-19. After the inaugural tournament the Veritex Bank Championship was awarded the 2021 ‘TRUCK’ award at the Korn Ferry Tour season ending meetings. The award is given to a tournament that works hard, puts on a great event, adjusts on the fly, and most importantly – has fun doing so! Veritex Community Bank is dedicated to be the best bank in Texas. Veritex takes pride in being a community bank with local decisions. Specializing in business banking, commercial loans, small business lending, treasury management and mortgages. Veritex takes the time to get to know you and your specific needs and provide you the expert banking advice you seek.
Veritex Community Bank

Veritex Community Bank
The Golf bank of Texas

The Golf bank of Texas

Headquartered in Dallas, Veritex Community Bank is a mid-sized community bank with $13 billion in assets and specialties in business banking, commercial loans, small business lending, treasury management and mortgages. Known as “The Golf Bank of Texas,” Veritex is deeply involved in the golf industry through its 30-plus golf ambassadors, business partnerships and community and charitable initiatives that support the game at every level.
Texas Rangers Golf Club

Texas Rangers Golf Club The World's Only MLB-Themed Golf Course

Texas Rangers Golf Club is the world’s only Major League Baseball-branded golf course. The Club first opened its doors in 2019 and was a collaborative effort between Arlington Golf and the Texas Rangers, 2023 World Series Champions. A $24 million project, Texas Rangers Golf Club involved a total renovation in 2020, opened a new 33,871-square-foot clubhouse that features a full-service restaurant and bar, covered patio overlooking the golf course, pro shop, locker rooms, and numerous rental and event spaces.
Korn Ferry Tour PGA

Korn Ferry Tour

Founded (1990), owned and operated by the PGA TOUR, the Korn Ferry Tour identifies and develops golf’s next stars, preparing them to compete and win on the game’s biggest stage. The Korn Ferry Tour, which has served as a path to the PGA TOUR since its inception, will award 30 PGA TOUR cards based off its points list in 2023, with the No. 1 player earning exemptions into the following year’s PLAYERS Championship and U.S. Open. With more than 600 PGA TOUR titles, 29 major championships and seven FedExCup champions, Korn Ferry Tour alumni make up 88 percent of the PGA TOUR’s current membership.

Sponsor the Action

Be one of the first to learn about the 2024 sponsorship opportunities for the Veritex Bank Championship. Opportunities include Playing with a Pro in our Pro-Am’s, various Hospitality options, along with a full array of customizable sponsorship opportunities available.

Complete the short form below to access the Veritex Bank Championship Sponsorship Application.

Volunteer with a Cause

A key component to the success of the Veritex Bank Championship is the team of volunteers we have been able to put together over the last few years. If you are interested in joining our team of awesome volunteers, we would love to have you! We want your volunteer experience at the Veritex Bank Championship to be enjoyable and rewarding. Volunteering is a great way to make new friends, get an inside-the-ropes view of a professional golf tournament, and give back to the community.
The Ashford Rise School of Dallas

a program of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas

At The Ashford Rise School of Dallas, a program of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas, we pride ourselves in offering the highest quality of early education services to children ages six months to six years both with and without developmental delays. Our low student-to-teacher ratio and on-staff therapists allow us to create a safe, inclusive and nurturing learning environment where all children can achieve their full potential.

We use an integrated classroom model where children with developmental delays are taught alongside traditional learners. This allows students with special needs to model themselves after their typically developing peers and also teaches children without delays to have compassion for children with differences.