Valley Country Club to Host Colorado PGA Professional Championship The Club at Ravenna, University of Denver at Highlands Ranch and Hiwan Golf Club Return to schedule
alley Country Club, the William Bell designed course located in Centennial, Colo., will host the Colorado PGA Professional Championship for the first time in recent history. “The club and the membership look forward to hosting the best players in the Section!” noted Head Professional Barry Milstead, PGA. “To have the Section Championship back here at Valley is quite an honor to add to our long history and association with the Section and it’s championships!” The club, which has undergone several improvement projects over the past few years, including a re-routing last year, will also host their annual Pro-Am on Monday, April 27, 2020. The University of Denver Golf Club at Highlands Ranch will return to the schedule as they play host to the Colorado Senior PGA Professional Championship, August 3-4, 2020. The club last played host to a Colorado PGA event in 2017 when they hosted the National Car Rental Colorado Assistant Professional Championship. The championship moves two weeks
earlier to create a gap between the biggest section event for Seniors and the CoBank Colorado Senior Open. Hiwan Golf Club in Evergreen, Colo., a long-time host of the Colorado Open, returns to the schedule in 2020 as they will host a Pro-Am on September 21, 2020. The club has played host to the Pro-Assistant Championship the past three years. The Club at Ravenna returns to the schedule to host the Pro-Pro-Pro Championship. The three-person scramble will be hosted on Monday, May 11, 2020. Returning to the schedule to host events in 2020 are Lakewood Country Club, Ptarmigan Country Club, Greeley Country Club and many others. Check the Colorado PGA website for updates to the tournament schedule as dates and events are finalized. Registration for most events will open on February 1, 2020.