The LPGA Championship will return to Locust Hill in June after a deal for Wegmans to be the major sponsor once again.
This is the fourth year for the championship at Locust Hill Country Club, but the club has hosted an LPGA event every year since 1977.
There was a fear that the championship would not happen because a two-year deal expired over the summer.
With the Wegmans sponsorship, the championship will not continue in the area.
Proceeds from the 2013 event will go to the United Way's Graduation is the Goal Fund.
It's estimated that the championship brings in $20 million to the local economy.
100,000 spectators are expected for the summer event.
That is not including the PGA Championship that will be held two months later in August.
This is the first time that two major championships have happened in the same community during the same year.
"The success of the tournament is contingent upon the support from the Rochester corporate community and we could not have a better partner than Wegmans," said Jerry Stahl, Tournament Co-Chairman.