UPDATE: A new LPGA tournament makes its debut in Phoenix in March 2011. Check here for the details about the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup.
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After the 2009 season the LPGA cut back its schedule due to fewer sponsors and other economy-related issues. Arizona fell of the LPGA list. Hopefully, it will be back. This is a beautiful place to host a golf tournament!Here are the details you'll need to know to attend the Phoenix LPGA International Presented By Mirassou.
When is the Phoenix LPGA International?The event begins with a Pro-Am and other entertaining events. The golf tournament itself will take place March 26 - 29, 2009.
Where will the Phoenix LPGA International tournament take place?The Phoenix LPGA International is held at Papago Golf Course. Here is a map and directions to the golf course. Parking is free and shuttle to the course are provided.
What is the golf course like?Papago Golf Course opened in 1963 and is known as one of the best public courses in the country. In 2008 it underwent a nearly $6 million renovation and was reopened in December of that year. On the scorecard, the Championship tees indicate a yardage at 7,333. Here are photos and information about Papago Golf Course and tournament preparations.
Do you have any pictures of past events?Yes! Enjoy this photo gallery from previous Phoenix LPGA tournaments
How can I get tickets to the Phoenix LPGA International?Daily tickets purchased at the Papago Golf Course gate during the tournament are $20 each. Weekly tickets are $75.
Are any discounts available?Daily tickets can be purchased at a 20% discount ($16 each) at any of the 175 Walgreens stores in the Phoenix area.
What is Mirassou?The Mirassou (pronounced meer-uh-soo) family has been growing grapes and crafting superior wines in California since 1854, earning the family the proud distinction of being America's oldest winemaking family. You can visit Mirassou Winery online.
What if I have more questions?You can visit the Phoenix LPGA International online.
All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.