Swiss Seniors Open in Bad Ragaz

The Swiss Seniors Open is the longest-running tournament on the Staysure Tour, and has been held annually on the Golf Club Bad Ragaz 18-hole Championship Course since 1997. 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 Staysure Tour's golf professionals enjoy during the event.

This year, the tournament format was changed for the first time in its history – it was held in Alliance Pro-Am format, which 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.

CANCELED: Swiss Seniors Open in Alliance ProAm format - as an amateur right in the middle of the Legends Tour

In July 2021 we will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Swiss Seniors Open. The tournament will be played in the Alliance ProAm format for the third time running. "The amateurs are enthusiastic about the opportunity to participate in a real tour event, which is unique in Switzerland" states tournament director Ralph Polligkeit. The 2021 Swiss Seniors Open has a total price purchase of 320,000 euros. Fifty-four of the best european professionals over the age of fifty will be teeing it up! The professionals are eager to finally play competitive golf once again after the covid-related cancellation of last years tournament. World-class golf can be expected to be played at Golf Club Bad Ragaz from 2nd to 4th July 2021.

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