Omni Tucson National

Support the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona and local Tucson outreach and education programs. Join prestigious Tucson companies at the Omni Tucson National Golf Resort for a morning of golf.  The magnificent Sonoran Course designed by Tom Lehman opened in 2005 and features two lakes as well as 69 strategically placed bunkers. Tucson National was host to over 30 PGA Tour Events and annual host to University of Arizona Invitational. 

Play for fun or compete for a chance to play at Pebble Beach. Members of the winning competitive teams will receive the opportunity to advance to the NKF Cadillac Golf Classic Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California (registration fee is required).  All qualifiers will win prizes from major sponsors.

New this year! Play in one of two competitive divisions, Handicap or Gross, for the opportunity to advance to the NKF Golf Classic Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California. Competitive teams in the Handicap division must consist of four amateur players whose combined USGA Handicap Index total 42.0 strokes or more. Only one member of a team may have a USGA Handicap Index of 8.0 or less. However, all four players may have USGA Handicap Indexes higher than 8.0. No Handicap required to compete in the Gross division.

6:30  AM Registration, Breakfast, Golfer Gift & Practice Areas Open
7:30 AM Shotgun Start
12:00 Noon Lunch, Auction & Awards Ceremony
 
Foursomes are currently available and include giftbags, breakfast and lunch for all players.
Foursomes are $600 or $150 per player.

                        

Thank You To Our Sponsors

Davita/SKI     DCI empowering patients

  Jim Click



 

HOW WILL YOUR SUPPORT HELP?

* Funds raised locally have a direct impact in the local community.

 * An estimated 68,000 Tucson residents have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

 * Last fiscal year, 625 Southern Arizona CKD patients received more than $215,000 in direct patient aid.

 * The foundation is the agency of “last resort.”