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PNC Father Son Challenge PGA Tour at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando Grande Lakes
By: Chad Chisholm   |    December 6, 2012   |   0 Comments (0) (0)

Courtesy Ritz-Carlton

A week from today, the PNC Father Son Challenge PGA Tour will take place at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orland Grande Lakes on the weekend of December 13th-16th, 2012. Featuring golf legends such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Davis Love III, Nick Faldo and Vijay Singh, the luxury resort is host to fathers and sons alike during this exciting two person golf tournament of fathers and sons.

Played in memory of the father and son British Open champions Willie Park Sr and Willie Park Jr, the tournament is played on over 36 holes. For those participating in the tournament, or simply spectating, the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes Orlando Florida Resort and Luxury Hotel are offering a PNC Father/Son Challenge Weekend Package. Starting at $259 per night with a minimum two-night stay, the package includes deluxe room accommodations, $100 resort credit, commemorative golf tag and a 15% discount in The Ritz-Carlton Spa.

 

To purchase tickets for the tournament, register to volunteer, or to stay up to date with all the information on Twitter and Facebook, visit www.pncfathersonchallenge.com. For reservations and to book the PNC Father/Son Challenge Weekend Package, visit www.grandelakes.com

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