Snowshoe, W.Va. – On August 10, The Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain Resort will celebrate the official start of the 54th West Virginia Senior Amateur Championship. The event will kick off with a practice round on August 9 and then move into the four-day tournament, scheduled for August 10-13, which will include 36-hole stroke play qualifying followed by match play.
“We are honored to host this event,” said Matt Gotto, general manager of Raven Golf Club. “We were thrilled to learn the West Virginia Golf Association wanted to bring the event to our course. We are very proud of our ideal course conditions and signature mountain views, and we look forward to sharing The Raven with the participants and spectators of this event.”
With a fun yet challenging course design complemented by service-oriented staff, it’s easy to see why the WVGA chose The Raven, which was ranked by GolfWeek magazine as the #2 public course in the state of West Virginia and the #30 public course in the U.S.
The WVGA 2015 Senior Amateur Championship will welcome approximately 80 golfers who are 50 years of age or older including defending champion, Harold Payne. Pairings for the event will be released on Friday, August 7.
For more information about this event, please contact Matt Gotto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Raven Golf Club
Located in Snowshoe, W.Va., the Gary Player Signature Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain Resort provides an impeccable course with gorgeous scenery every step of the way. The Raven’s course has garnered recognition from GolfWeek magazine, which ranked it as the #2 public course in the state of West Virginia and the #30 public course in the U.S. With long fairways taking advantage of the rolling terrain and tees framed by beautiful vistas, each hole is unique and offers an unmatched golf experience. In addition to an outstanding course, The Raven offers several dining facilities, all featuring stunning views of the surrounding mountain range. The Raven Golf Club is managed by Up to Par Management, LLC.