A note from our sponsor, Visit Tucson, to SRC members

Why Tucson, AZ is a Perfect Golf Getaway for Senior Ryder Cup Members

  

Tucson is a desert oasis that lures golfers with 40 courses and more than 300 days a year of sunshine. When it’s time to check off your bucket list, get off the beaten path and discover a collection of golf courses in an authentic, relaxed, and sun-filled setting.

  
An excellent starting point is the amenities-laden Omni Tucson National Resort, with two courses in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. The traditional-style Catalina course is home to the PGA Tour Champions Cologuard Classic (February 23 - March 1, 2020). The Sonoran course designed by Tom Lehman provides a true native desert experience, offering players the opportunity to approach each hole in a variety of ways.
  
Another must-play is Sewailo Golf Club, created by Native American and former PGA Tour professional Notah Begay III and Ty Butler. Sewailo blends the native landscape of Tucson with picturesque lakes and streams.  A short drive north of Tucson, El Conquistador Golf & Tennis offers 36 holes of championship golf where you’ll play amid saguaro-capped hillsides and lush green fairways.
  
When you’re not on the green, explore the city and beyond. Savor extraordinary borderlands cuisine, experience a vibrant nightlife and mesmerizing night sky views, or step into the beauty of the Sonoran Desert and recharge in surroundings that surround you. 
  
Explore the best of Tucson golf at VisitTucson.org/Golf.
  

You can book vacations directly or book through Pinnacle Golf Vacations 1-855-557- 4653 https://pinnaclegolfvacations.com/ or  Phoenix Scottsdale Golf 1-866-218-6941 www.PhoenixScottsdaleGolf.com

  
The Senior Ryder Cup is grateful for Visit Tucson’s continued support of our activities and encourages all SRC members to consider Tucson as your golf destination.