The Travelers Championship today announced that the 2019 tournament generated more than $2.1 million for 150 local charities, including this year’s primary beneficiary, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.

The funds were distributed to representatives from participating nonprofits at the annual Travelers Championship Charity Celebration, held Tuesday morning at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell.

Travelers donates 100 percent of its net proceeds to charity, and this year’s effort brings the amount generated by the tournament to nearly $20 million since Travelers became title sponsor in 2007. At least 750 charities have benefited over that time.

“Travelers is committed to taking care of our communities, and the money we generate from the Travelers Championship is just one way we are making a positive impact on nonprofits in the region,” Andy Bessette, the executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Travelers said in a statement. “Today’s event gives the tournament’s charitable beneficiaries a chance to tell their story and we are proud to support them in their pursuit of helping others.”

Chez Reavie won the 2019 Travelers Championship for his second career PGA Tour victory.

Reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year Rory McIlroy has already committed to the 2020 tournament, which will be held June 25-28 next year.