TaxSlayer PGA Partnership Overview

Kevin Kisner, TaxSlayer sponsored golfer, at a tournament

Here at TaxSlayer, our commitment to our customers is to save them time doing the things they have to do, like taxes, to get them back to the things they love – like sports. Professional sports partnerships have allowed us to engage with our customers throughout the years. And being based out of Augusta, Georgia, home of the Masters Tournament, makes partnering with the PGA a perfect fit. 

TaxSlayer currently sponsors three golfers: Henrik Norlander, Scott Parel, and Kevin Kisner.  

Henrik Norlander

Henrik Norlander turned professional in 2011 after helping Augusta State University bring home the title for the 2010 NCAA Division I Championship. His professional wins include the 2015 Hotel Fitness Championship and the 2019 Wichita Open. He recently earned his second career top-five on the PGA Tour at the 2020 RSM Classic. 

Scott Parel

Scott Parel’s professional golf career began in 1996. He has won several tournaments, including the 2016 Boeing Classic, the 2018 Invesco QQQ Championship, and the 2020 Chubb Classic. 

Kevin Kisner

Kevin Kisner was on the University of Georgia golf team and began playing professionally after graduating in 2006. He holds 3 PGA titles to date – the 2015 RSM Classic, the 2017 Dean & DeLuca Invitational, and the 2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Kisner has qualified to compete in the 2020 Masters. 

Additional Sports Partnerships

TaxSlayer also has affiliations with college football and NASCAR. Our partnership with the Gator Bowl began in 2011. Today, it is known nationwide as the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl. The game is held in Jacksonville, Florida every year and features a Southeastern Conference anchor team that faces a Big Ten Conference or Atlantic Coast Conference opponent. 

Our NASCAR partnership began in 2009. TaxSlayer is currently teamed up with Richard Childress Racing driver Myatt Snider, who is in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. RCR and Snider are helping us share the TaxSlayer story with race fans so more people can file their taxes quickly and affordably.