The Swiss Seniors Open is the longest-running tournament on the Legends Tour, and has been held annually on the Golf Club Bad Ragaz 18-hole Championship Course since 1997. Unfortunately, it had to be suspended in 2020 and 2021 due to Corona. The Swiss golfing event quickly became the most popular tournament among professionals aged over 50. Its popularity is also owed due to the course’s location at the heart of a breathtaking Alpine landscape and the unique combination of perfect facilities, friendliness and hospitality the Legends Tour's golf professionals enjoy during the event.
Since 2018 the tournament format is held in Alliance Pro-Am format. This offers amateurs the chance to take part in a professional tournament under real Tour conditions. In parallel to the traditional stroke-play tournament, a Pro-Am event was played and scored during the first two tournament days, with each team being made up of a Tour professional and an amateur player during both days. As before, the final round on Sunday was played exclusively by the professionals, who were battling it out for the highly coveted Bad Ragaz crystal trophy.