MARCH 27 – APRIL 2, 2017

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SHO HOSPITALITY PACKAGES AND EXPERIENCES

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SHO Club 16

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Champions Pavilion

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General Admission Tickets

Provides all day general admission to all of the action on the course.

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Corporate Opportunities

Customize your on-site activation and experience at the Shell Houston Open.

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Military Tickets

Complimentary tickets are available for active duty and retired military personnel.

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OUR MISSION

Since 1946, the Houston Golf Association has organized high-profile professional and amateur golf events in the Greater Houston area to support its mission to make a difference in the lives of youth through its charitable programs.

By attending the Shell Houston Open, you’ll join thousands of people who help generate millions of dollars for youth development programs and charitable organizations.

Recent News

June 29, 2016

2016 SHO winner Jim Herman in British Open

Billy Hurley III, winner of last week’s Quicken Loans PGA Tour event, has withdrawn from The Open and is replaced by Shell Houston Open champion Jim Herman. The 145th British Open will be played at Royal Troon from 14-17 July 2016. The Open is golf’s original championship. Played since 1860 on links golf courses, it is the sport’s […]

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Tournament Updates

29 March 2016, 7:55 am

Wednesday Grand Pro-Am tee times 3-30-16

Tee times and player groupings for the 3-30-16 Shell Houston Open Grand Pro-Am played on the Golf Club of Houston Tournament Course. Professional listed first. 1 Tee 7:15 AM - Jordan Spieth, Marvin Odum, Roger Penske, Emmitt Smith, Secretary James A. Baker 7:25 AM - Johnson Wagner, Bruce Culpepper, Herm Edwards, Roger Clemens, Joel Cowley [...]

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Round-By-Round Coverage

April 3, 2016

Herman makes Shell Houston Open his first victory

By Richard Dean Jim Herman met the challenge. The 54-hole co-leader of the Shell Houston Open didn’t go away on Sunday in pursuit of his first win on the PGA Tour. In a final round in which a number of world-ranked players were packed near the top of the leaderboard, it was Herman who came […]

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