More Pars Arizona Camp – March 10-15

More Pars Arizona

Jam-Packed Learning March 10-15, 2019
All Players & Levels Welcome

REGISTER NOW TO HOLD YOUR SPOT $500 DEPOSIT

Arizona Golf Camp

6 Days/5 Nights Package

Registration is now open for More Pars Arizona hosted at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, the same spot where Roy McAvoy, Kevin Costner’s character in the classic golf film, “Tin Cup played his famous qualifier with just a 7-iron.” Woo Hoo!

Loved the Arizona Golf Camp. Most amazing thing I’ve ever done for myself. Christina is a born teacher and full of boundless energy. We covered all parts of the game and I have a lot of information to help me improve my game. I met so many amazing women that I’m thinking of going to the Florida camp next winter!Barbara / More Pars Arizona 2018

Package Options

RESORT:
Tubac Resort & Spa
1 Otero Rd. Tubac,
Arizona 85646
Santa Cruz County
DATES: March 10-15, 2019, Sunday-Friday

COST PER PERSON:
6 Days / 5 Nights
$2995 – per person based upon double occupancy
$3895 per person based upon single occupancy
Daily Breakfast
4 Clinics with Christina
4 Rounds of Golf (2 include on-course instruction with Christina for 9-holes)

ACCOMMODATIONS:
Hacienda King suites or Casita Suites. Highlighted by rich leather furniture, gas fireplace, jetted tub with separate walk in shower and beautiful patios these rooms feature either mountain or golf course views.

REGISTER NOW TO HOLD YOUR SPOT $500 DEPOSIT
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“Tubac Golf Resort and Spa, an oasis in the middle of the Arizona desert. It’s a delightfully unconventional golf resort that’s off the beaten path, and a spot where golfers can walk in the footsteps of Roy McAvoy, Kevin Costner’s character in the classic golf film, “Tin Cup.” Situated along the banks of the Santa Cruz River, Tubac is naturally green – a fresh deviation from the arid, dusty landscape that dominates the region. Instead of cacti as far as the eye can see, Tubac serves as home to old oaks and the largest cottonwood grove in the United States. You still get the warm, dry climate of southern Arizona, but with the colors of a much more northern destination.” – Golf Advisor

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