February 3, 2016
There is certainly something very unique about playing golf in the High Sonoran Desert of Tucson and now you can tee it up at a resort that offers championship-caliber golf year-round - Omni Tucson National Resort.
Both the Unlimited Golf Package and Stay and Play Golf Package are ideal for golfers to share in the history and tradition of Omni Tucson National Resort, which has hosted PGA Tour sanctioned events more than 30 times between 1965 and 2006 - and is gearing up for the return of the 2016 Tucson Conquistadores Classic, a Champions Tour event, March 18-20, 2016. Numerous players who won at Omni Tucson National during their PGA Tour careers are now competing on the Champions Tour, including Kirk Triplett, Jeff Sluman, David Frost, Tom Watson, and Craig Stadler.
The Unlimited Golf Package is ideal for golfers who want to play Omni Tucson National from sunup to sundown and includes deluxe accommodations, golf and golf cart. In addition, guests can enjoy a 20 percent culinary credit at the resort's Fiesta Cafe, Legends Bar and Grill, and Sweetwater Cabana (does not include adult bavergaes). Unlimited Golf Package rates start at $185 per room, per night based on double occupancy.
The Stay and Play Golf Package is more relaxed, with one round per day, with golf cart, along with deluxe accommodations (children up to age 12 play free with paying adult). Rates for the Stay and Play Golf Package start at $155 per room, per night based on double occupancy.
And for those who would like to spend time around the pros during the Tucson Conquistadores Classic, the two-night Premium VIP Package features a complete tournament experience. Enjoy exclusive access to the Champions' Suite on the 18th Green, VIP area, and Conquistador Club. Available for the nights of March 18 and 19, included are deluxe accommodations, daily breakfast, and $100 resort credit. The VIP Package is $2,599, based on double occupancy.
Named one of the "75 Best Golf Resorts in North America" by Golf Digest, Omni Tucson National is part of the unique collection of Omni golf courses throughout the country. The resort boasts two golf courses - the Catalina Course, a renowned Robert von Hagge-Bruce Devlin parkland design built in 1963, and the Sonoran Course, which Tom Lehman designed in 2006.
The Catalina Course - the longtime home of the tour pros and site for the Tucson Conquistadores Classic - is known for its magnificent views and traditional parkland-style layout with gentle contours, tree-lined fairways and eight sparkling lakes. The Sonoran Course is a pure desert-style layout, with steep elevation changes that create uphill and downhill shot opportunities not typically found in Tucson. The Sonoran also offers spectacular vistas of natural beauty of the surrounding terrain.
Located in some of the country's most beautiful destinations, Omni Hotels and Resorts golf courses are designed by award-winning golf architects, some of who are legendary champions of the game. Each golf resort is complete with luxurious accommodations, and superior service, on and off the course.
For more details and reservations, visit omnihotels.com/hotels/tucson-national/golf/packages or call (888) 444-6664.