The Chasing Daylight Podcast
Sept. 2, 2022

180: Patrick Lindsey, Executive Director Shriners Children's Open


Episode 180

We were honored to have the Executive Director for our local PGA Tour stop, Patrick Lindsey, on the show.

We covered many topics, including what exactly the Executive Director of a PGA Tour Golf Tournament does. The renovation of TPC Summerlin. Harry and Taylor's Match to get into the field last year and what the future hold for the Fall event when the PGA Tour ends the wrap-around schedule.

We want to thank Mr. Lindsey for taking the time out of his crazy schedule as he's preparing to solidify the field and get all th4 events dialed in for this big event for our city!

We'll have some tickets to give to some listeners, so stay tuned for that!

Shriners Children's Open
TPC Summerlin

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Patrick Lindsey

Executive Director

As Executive Director of Shriners Children’s Open, Patrick brings over a decade of experience of PGA TOUR management experience and extensive golf and tournament background to Las Vegas’ only PGA TOUR event. Since joining the Shriners Children’s Open in 2015, Patrick has scored some of the most big-name players throughout the years, including number one golfer in the world Scottie Scheffler to the 2021 tournament. Patrick has shown his passion and commitment to the mission of Shriners Hospitals for Children through his daily work for the Shriners Children’s Open, his son is even a Shriners success story as a patient of the Salt Lake City hospital. Through establishing important relationships on all community levels, Patrick ensures the tournament sees continued success throughout the years, which directly assist the 22 Shriners Hospitals continue providing advanced care for children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.