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The Founders Room hospitality is located inside the majestic Colorado Golf Club Clubhouse. (Photo: Colorado Golf Club)

Hospitality packages now available for 2010 Senior PGA

First-class hospitality packages include Premium Chalets located just off the dramatic par-5 16th hole, The Founders Room located in the Colorado GC Clubhouse and The Champions Club, which features views of the 18th tee box and pivotal par-3 17th.

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PARKER, Colo. -- The PGA of America has announced that hospitality packages are now available for the 71st Senior PGA Championship, which will be contested May 25-30, 2010 at Colorado Golf Club. The hospitality programs were outlined at a breakfast recently at The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center.

First-class hospitality packages are available in the form of private Cottages overlooking the practice area, The Founders Room located in the Colorado Golf Club Clubhouse, Premium Chalets located just off the dramatic par-5 16th hole, and The Champions Club, which features views of the 18th tee box and pivotal par-3 17th.

All PGA Hospitality packages include daily Championship tickets, food and beverage service, convenient parking and viewing amenities, along with numerous optional services and opportunities that create an environment where companies can entertain their guests in the surrounds of a Major Championship.

"As the marquee event for 2010, we are extremely excited to offer packages that accommodate companies of any size and need," said Jeromy Manser, Championship Director for the 2010 Senior PGA Championship. "Colorado Golf Club offers spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains and Front Range, which provides us with a unique and exciting environment to host hospitality clients. Whatever your goals or budget for the week, we have an option that will help you meet and exceed them."
 
In addition, the Senior PGA Championship Pro-Am, contested on Tuesday of Championship Week, pairs teams of four amateurs with one of the game's living legends. Pro-Am spots include invitations to the Draw Party on Monday night, one of the most exciting social events of the week, as well as tee gifts, prizes and awards.

For detailed information about PGA Hospitality for the 2010 Senior PGA Championship, contact Emily Hoeper, Hospitality Sales Manager, at the Championship Office (720) 259-8500 or email her at ehoeper@pgahq.com.

About the Senior PGA Championship

Begun in 1937, the Senior PGA Championship is the oldest major championship in senior golf. It was born on the grounds of another of golf's majors at the invitation of one of the game's greatest players. At the suggestion of renowned amateur Bobby Jones, the inaugural Senior PGA Championship was conducted at Augusta National Golf Club three years after the first Masters Tournament.
   
Today, the Senior PGA Championship brings together both the legends of the game and newest members of senior professional golf to new audiences throughout the United States.
   
Many of the game's greatest players have won the Championship's Alfred S. Bourne Trophy -- a roster that features Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd, Hale Irwin, Tom Watson and Jay Haas.
   
For more information about the 2010 Senior PGA Championship, visit www.SeniorPGA2010.com.

About the PGA of America

Since 1916, The PGA of America's mission has been twofold: to establish and elevate the standards of the profession and to grow interest and participation in the game of golf.

By establishing and elevating the standards of the golf profession through world-class education, career services, marketing and research programs, the Association enables PGA Professionals to maximize their performance in their respective career paths and showcases them as experts in the game and in the multi-billion dollar golf industry.
   
By creating and delivering dramatic world-class championships and exciting and enjoyable golf promotions that are viewed as the best of their class in the golf industry, The PGA of America elevates the public's interest in the game, the desire to play more golf, and ensures accessibility to the game for everyone, everywhere. The PGA of America brand represents the very best in golf.
 

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