LEGACY OF TUCSON NATIONAL GOLF CLUB ADVANCED AS IT REOPENS ITS DOORS
Tucson, AZ (February 19, 2008) – Omni Tucson National Resort announces a magnificent vision brought to life: the $90 million dollar renovation of Arizona’s most renowned golf and resort experience. After four decades of proudly providing a unique escape into desert paradise and golf nirvana, golfers will be amazed at what Tucson National Golf Club has in store for them now.
On April 15, Tucson National Golf Club will reopen its doors after the completion of dramatic enhancements. Award-winning Heritage Creations designed a state-of-the-art golf shop now featuring rich wood flooring and natural lighting. The custom designed, bi-level member locker salon, adorned with detailed millwork and fine finishes, creates the personalized experience expected in upscale clubs. The art display from the club’s history showcases its nostalgic character. The new exclusive members-only lounge above the 18th green offers a luxurious setting for members to enjoy with flat screen TVs and oversized furnishings. Premier trial memberships are now available on a limited basis.
Selected as one of Golf Digest’s “75 Best Golf Resorts in America,” players can experience two distinctly different 18-hole championship courses on more than 260 acres in the foothills of the dramatic Santa Catalina Mountains. In addition to the famous, original course designed by Robert Bruce Harris, Tucson National proudly opened an all-new Tom Lehman-designed desert style course in 2005. The strategic tree-lined bunkering amid gentle contours and pristine vegetation native to the Sonoran Desert presents a remarkable view.
The complete transformation of the four-diamond Omni Tucson National Resort will continue to unfold throughout 2008 and 2009. At present, members and guests can enjoy alfresco dining at Legends Bar & Grill and a vast array of entertainment options including a chic upscale steakhouse, eclectic wine bar, an award-winning spa, new tennis courts, California Café and custom-designed, spacious guestrooms.
Tucson National Golf Club exceeds the expectations of today’s golfer and defines the spirit of the sport. For membership information or for your next golf escape, call Omni Tucson National Resort at
(520) 877-2302 or visit www.omnitucsonhotels.com.