Golfweek will host five 54-hole tournaments for amateur golfers, aged 55 and over with a handicap index of 8.0 or lower in the following divisions: Senior (ages 55-64), Super Senior (ages 65-69), and Legends (ages 70+). See below for results and registration links.
Golfweek Senior National Championship – January 15-17, 2017
Mission Inn Golf Resort, Howie-in-the-Hills, Florida
El Campeon Course
Mission Inn Resort and Club is the 2017 host of the Golfweek Senior National Championship. Located in Howey-in-the-Hills, just 35 minutes from Orlando, the 1,100-acre destination resort features 2 premier golf courses, 4-restaurants, and the Spa Marella. The El Campeon course was designed in 1917 by noted course architect George ONeil and enhanced in 1926 by Scotland’s Charles E. Clarke. Considered by many to be one of the south’s finest golf courses, El Campeon will prove to be a championship test for the best senior-amateur’s in the world.
Golfweek Senior Amateur – April 6-8, 2017
TPC Stadium & Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course
Just a short drive from Palm Springs, PGA West is home to the PGA Tour’s CareerBuilder Challenge and is the venue for the 2017 Golfweek Senior Amateur Championship. Two rounds will have you playing Pete Dye’s world famous TPC Stadium Course with one round on the Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course sandwiched between. Both are must play courses and favorites among touring professionals.
Golfweek Senior Match Play – August 16-19, 2017
Tobacco Road Golf Club, Sanford, NC
Golfweek US Super-Senior Amateur Championship – October 25-27
Florida, exact location to be announced
Tournament of Champions – December
Location and dates to be announced