Photos: Tucson National snow blankets ahead of PGA Tour Champions Cologuard Classic

Mar, 2023

Let it snow, let’s let it snow!

On Wednesday, a winter storm swept through Arizona, and Thursday morning, Tucson National Golf Club’s green fairways were covered in snow.

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The course is situated at 2,300 feet elevation. Wednesday night, the National Weather Service issued an advisory for winter that indicated Tucson would likely get 1-to-3 inches of snow and areas higher than 6,000 feet could get up to 16 inches.

Thursday’s pro-ams were rescheduled for nine holes. They will begin at noon and end at 3 p.m. (local time), and finish at 5 p.m. ET).

The tournament’s first round will begin on Friday as planned. The first tee time is at 10:08 AM local time.

Miguel Angel Jimenez is the current champion. He had two aces per year at the event.

Bernhard Langer is tied for 45 PGA Tour Champions wins. He can break Hale Irwin’s record if he wins Sunday’s 54-hole event.

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