Gaylord, MI – The Loon Golf Resort, which hosted the very successful Natalie Gulbis Charity Classic August 13-15, is excited to have Natalie return to The Loon Golf Resort on September 24-26 for the Natalie Gulbis Showcase event. This unique event will allow golfers the opportunity to golf with one of the top stars on the LPGA Tour and play in one of the last great events of the golf season.
“We have had a great summer of golf events with Butch Harmon and Natalie Gulbis both putting on great showcase events here at the Loon for our golfing guests,” said Matt Preuss, General Manager at The Loon Golf Resort. “We are very excited to have Natalie return in September and look forward to having her participate and help create what will be the most exciting final golf event to play in for the season.”
This event, just like the other, will be a fun filled weekend of golfing, clinics, and great food, together with Natalie Gulbis. The two-day 36-hole event will be played in a four-person team format with Amateurs competing in both gross and net divisions. Gulbis will be on hand participating with private clinics for the contestants, including a junior clinic for kids, as well as participating on golf holes, and interacting with each group.
The cost to participate in this final season event is $2,000 per four-person team. This includes practice rounds on Friday, tournament rounds, Clinics with Natalie Gulbis, cocktails, meals, as well as awards and prizes. In addition, the first 20 teams to register will receive lodging at the Loon Golf Resort.
Members of the media are also invited to come out and join the event on Saturday evening September 25, for a cocktail reception with Natalie Gulbis, and dinner event.
For more information and to book your team for this summers final premier golf event and meet Natalie Gulbis call (877) 732-4455 or visit www.loongolfresort.com.
About The Loon Golf Resort
One of the Gaylord Golf Mecca’s most popular golfing layouts is The Loon Golf Resort, which is one of the premier courses for players in northern Michigan. The Loon appeals to all levels of golfers with multiple tee areas and well-designed bunkers. Since it’s opening in 1994 this golf course has been what “Friendly Championship Golf” is all about. The Loon has generous landing areas, gently rolling fairways, large greens, and some of the most scenic views Northern Michigan has to offer.
The Loon, which is under new management, has made a substantial multi-million dollar investment into the property with expansion and renovations to both the resort and golf course. These new improvements include the development of new high-end lodging facilities, which is sure to attract golfing groups looking for generous accommodations and within walking distance of the first tee. These new town homes will offer spacious four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and all modern amenities. In addition, The Loon has also made significant renovations to its clubhouse, which includes upgrades to the resorts restaurant, as well as a massive deck expansion outside around the exterior allowing more views of what many think is one of the best finishing holes in northern Michigan.
About Natalie Gulbis
Natalie Gulbis played in her first LPGA tour event as an amateur at the age of 14 (handicap of 2). She turned professional at age 18 after playing for one season on the women’s golf team at the University of Arizona.
Gulbis did not win a tournament in the first five years of her professional career but still finished sixth on the LPGA money list in 2005 with over $1 million (U.S.) in earnings and played on the winning United States Solheim Cup team. She placed in the top 10 in four consecutive major championships from the 2005 LPGA Championship to the 2006 Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Gulbis’ first professional win came in 2007 at the Evian Masters where she defeated Jeong Jang in a playoff to claim the winner’s share of the $3,000,000 purse.
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