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.
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.