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Warwick Hills looks to host PGA Tour Champions event, per report |

Warwick Hills looks to host PGA Tour Champions event, per report

Warwick Hills Golf Country Club served as the long-time home of the PGA Tour’s Buick Open until 2009.

Men’s major professional golf appears to be making a return to the golf club in Grand Blanc, per a report by Tony Paul of the Detroit News.


The PGA Tour Champions circuit, which consists of pro golfers ages 50 and older, will be making a tour stop to Warwick Hills, Paul reported, attributing the information to a source with direct knowledge of the PGA Tour’s plans.

A press conference at Warwick Hills is scheduled for Tuesday, although Warwick Hills general manager John Carlson would not elaborate on the purpose of it, per the report.

It is unclear when exactly the Tour Champions event would be played at Warwick Hills.

The PGA Tour made an annual Buick Open stop in Michigan from 1958 to 2009, featuring some of the top names in golf, including Tiger Woods. But the tournament lost its presenting sponsor, signaling the end of that event.

Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor has hosted the Kitchenaid Senior PGA Championship in 2012, 2014 and 2016, and it is scheduled to do so again in 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2024.

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