SentryWorld Golf Course will stay closed ahead of the course hosting a leg of the US Senior Open tour.
SentryWorld will be hosting the tour’s Senior Open Championship from June 29 to July 2, according to Sentry officials. The course will remain closed until that time in order to ensure the grounds stay perfect for the tour.
Tickets to the tour will be as low as $25, officials say. They will have experience Wisconsin packages available as well.
Sentry spokesperson Rick LaFrombois says buzz is already growing in anticipating of playing the SentryWorld Golf Course once the final putt has dropped on July 2.
The championship will be the first Senior Open event and the third USGA event to be held at the Stevens Point gold course. Past winners of the event include Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Wisconsin’s own Steve Stricker.
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