The Sunbelt Senior Tour will conduct a pro-am then two professional tournaments in Greater Cleveland, all in the same week in the middle of June.
Organized locally by PGA pro Gary Trivisonno and nationally by PGA pro Tim Conley (both multiple-time NOPGA event winners), the Sunbelt Senior Tour is a national series of senior mini-tour events played in two divisions: a highly-competitive ‘Open’ division; and a fun-but-competitive ‘Legends’ division.
The Cleveland Senior Open Pro-Am kicks off the week on Monday, June 17 at Columbia Hills Country Club. The Pro-Am will feature amateur teams paired with select touring professionals from the Sunbelt Senior Tour, many of whom have competed and won on the PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, European Tour or Champions Tour. 10% of all of the pro-am proceeds will be donated to the Ohio Girls Golf Foundation. WTAM will broadcast live from the course, and there will be a hole-in-one car up for grabs. Pro-Am entry details >
Then on Tuesday, June 18 and Wednesday, June 19, the 36-hole Sunbelt Cleveland Senior Open will be played at Columbia Hills. Local pros and competitive amateurs are welcome to join the field. Entry details >
After finishing play at Columbia Hills, the tour moves to Club Walden in Aurora for the Sunbelt Senior Tour Cleveland Classic. Again, 36-holes in two divisions on Thursday, June 20 and Friday, June 21. Entry details >