The 2014 Symetra Tour will make its third stop of the season at Lake Wales Country Club on March 21-23.
The Florida's Natural Charity Classic is moving from Winter Haven to Lake Wales, which is the home of title sponsor Florida's Natural Growers.
The tournament has contributed more than $450,000 to Polk County charities in five years through the Florida's Natural Growers Foundation.
The 54-hole golf tournament was played at Lake Region Yacht & Country Club for the past five years, since 2009. But Lake Region has become the Country Club of Winter Haven, and the course is being renovated by Billy Casper Golf.
Lake Wales Country Club, a Donald Ross design, will play at par 72 and 6,323 yards as it hosts the tournament for the first time.
The Symetra Tour, previously the Futures Tour, held tournaments in Lakeland at Cleveland Heights and The Club at Eaglebrooke before moving to Winter Haven.
Melissa Eaton won the tournament at Lake Region last March. Previous winners were Megan McChrystal, Tzu-Chi Lin, Angela Oh and Jean Reynolds.
The Symetra Tour opens Feb. 21-23 with the Visit Mesa Gateway Classic at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. The tour stays on the West Coast for the second event, the Volvik Championship Feb. 28 to March 2 in the City of Industry, Calif.
The Volvik Championship moved from Reunion Resort, where it was played for the first time in September.
There are three more tournaments in Florida after the event at LWCC — the IOA Golf Classic at Longwood March 28-30; the Guardian Retirement Championship at Sara Bay in Sarasota April 25-27; and the Chico's Patty Berg Memorial in Fort Myers May 2-4.
The season finale, the Symetra Tour Championship, is in Daytona Beach Sept. 18-21.