You truly love golf. So do we.

It’s no surprise that Zurich Insurance Group shares the PGA Tour’s charitable mission to make a positive impact on the communities that host Tour events. We’re big fans of the game of golf, but more importantly, for over 100 years we’ve invested our time and resources to help build and grow the communities in which we live and work.

Passion for the game

Zurich shares your love for golf. In 2014, we're celebrating our tenth year as title sponsor of the Zurich Classic - and we are committed to this event for an additional five years through 2019.

Passion for the community

Zurich believes in neighborly love. Our passion for helping to build communities focuses on the city of New Orleans. The Zurich Classic generates more than $30 million annually for the New Orleans economy.

Passion for business

Zurich helps you understand, manage and minimize risks. We pride ourselves on really getting to know you and what you truly value so that we can create the best insurance solutions to suit your business needs.

Charity Cup

Charity Cup is an engaging and educational online golf game focused on the natural synergies between Zurich, golf and community investment. The program is designed to drive awareness of Zurich's relationship with its six core charities as well as result in financial donations from Zurich to these charities.

Thank you to all who played and made this year's program a success and congratulations to the 2014 Charity Cup winners! Please see below for the final ranking and breakdown of the $70,000 prize package.

  1. Habitat for Humanity - 433,053 points - $30,000
  2. United Way - 382,745 points -$20,000
  3. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - 352,184 points - $10,000
  4. American Red Cross - 78,036 points - $5,000
  5. Make a Wish - 51,409 points - $3,000
  6. American Cancer Society - 38,076 points - $2,000

 

Zurich in Action

TV Spot: Water Hazard

To some golfers, a water hazard is no problem at all.

TV Spot: In the Rough

What could be waiting in the rough for this professional golfer?

A Visual History of the Classic