Scene at previous Boeing Classic golf tournament (courtesy of the Boeing Classic)

Scene at previous Boeing Classic golf tournament (courtesy of the Boeing Classic)

2021 Boeing Classic tees-off this week in Snoqualmie

The golf tournament will include a competition with NFL, Seahawks and Sonics legends.

This week, the 2021 Boeing Classic golf event kicks-off at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge.

The Boeing Classic tournament week tees off Monday, August 16, with the Seahawks Rumble at the Ridge, which features a handful of competing NFL hall-of-famers and Seahawks and Sonics legends like Steven Hauschka, Detlef Schrempf, Ben Obomanu, Sidney Rice and even Elbert “Ickey” Woods, creator of the “Ickey Shuffle.”

Following that event is the Korean Air Pro-Ams on Wednesday and Thursday. The Boeing Classic begins competition on Friday with the Qatar Opening Ceremony and will include the Boeing Jet Flyover.

The tournament event is set to be broadcast on the Golf Channel.

As the tournament continues on Saturday, Aug. 21, there will be the First Tee Seattle Putting Championship, and following the final round of the Boeing Classic on Sunday, there will be a champion trophy ceremony.

Single day tickets start at just $20 in advance and $25 at the gate. Public parking, which includes shuttle service to and from the course, is $10. Tickets can be purchased through the Boeing Classic website here.

Funds raised by the event will benefit the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason Franciscan Health.

“We are ready and looking forward to welcoming fans back for the 2021 Boeing Classic,” said Tournament Director Brian Flajole via press release. “This tournament has become one of the great traditions for the Puget Sound region. But it is also a significant charitable endeavor for Boeing and Virginia Mason Franciscan Health to impact the community. We are proud and excited to again host the players, fans, supporters and volunteers at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge.”

In consideration of how we voice our opinions in the modern world, we’ve closed comments on our websites. We value the opinions of our readers and we encourage you to keep the conversation going.

Please feel free to share your story tips by emailing

To share your opinion for publication, submit a letter through our website Include your name, address and daytime phone number. (We’ll only publish your name and hometown.) We reserve the right to edit letters, but if you keep yours to 300 words or less, we won’t ask you to shorten it.

More in News

Seattle Children’s Hospital (Courtesy photo)
Seattle Children’s Hospital identifies racial disparities in infections, security response

The healthcare provider did not respond to multiple requests for data used to identify disparities.

Carpenters union members peacefully strike on Sept. 16 in downtown Bellevue (photo by Cameron Sheppard)
Carpenters union strike on pause after “illegal picketing activity”

Union spokesperson claims wildcat protestors harrassed and threatened violence.

Peter Rogoff to step down as Sound Transit CEO in 2022

Became CEO in 2016; search for replacement to begin

File photo/Sound Publishing
Ban on single-use plastic bags in WA begins Oct. 1

Shoppers will have the choice to pay for a reusable plastic or recycled paper bag.

Photos from Emma Artz Instagram page at
Juanita HS student is one of the best downhill mountain bike racers in the world

Emma Artz represented the US in one of the most difficult bike races, placing in top-15.

file photo
Housing and finance insiders call for subsidized housing families can own, instead of rent

Advocates say increasing homeownership will strengthen the community, build intergenerational wealth

Screenshot taken from Rosa Parks Elementary School website.
Eastside school wins National Blue Ribbon honor

Rosa Parks Elementary School in Redmond is the only Washington school to win.

Matt Laase
Snoqualmie City Councilmember Matt Laase seeks re-election in Pos. 5 seat

Q&A: Laase talks about his priorities and plans if elected.

Photo courtesy of Tanya Lavoy
Tanya Lavoy.
Newcomer Tanya Lavoy seeks Pos. 5 seat on Snoqualmie City Council

Q&A: Lavoy discusses her priorities and plans if elected.

Most Read