Senior PGA Championship Preview Play at Harbor Shores

Harbor Shores is proud to present a special KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship Preview Offer for KemperClub members.

 

Harbor Shores
201 Graham Ave.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
(269) 927-4653
Harbor Shores is preparing to host the 79th KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship May 22-27, 2018. Defending Champion Bernhard Langer, Rocco Mediate, Colin Montgomerie and a host of other champions will again descend upon the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course for an exciting event. In conjunction with hosting the event, Harbor Shores is offering a special $79* preview rate. Book by August 31, 2017, and play by October 1, 2017.

 

Book your next round at Harbor Shores by August 31, 2017, by calling (269) 927-4653 x2 and mention promo code SPGA79 to receive this special $79 rate for each member of your foursome.

 

*KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship $79 preview offer valid for rounds booked through August 31, 2017, and played by October 1, 2017. Offer valid Sunday afternoon after 12pm through Thursday, applies to groups of 8 or less and may not be combined with other special offers.

About Harbor Shores

 

Harbor Shores is a premier golf destination for players throughout the Midwest.  Harbor Shores will play host to The KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship in 2018, 2020, 2022 & 2024.

 

Harbor Shores is the first beach, golf, and residential waterfront community in Michigan’s Great Southwest and the only Jack Nicklaus Signature Course on Lake Michigan. Just 90 minutes from Chicago, this 18-hole, public Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course reflects the high standards of the world’s leading design firm, Nicklaus Design. The course runs over four remarkably diverse terrains that challenges golfers even as it offers a spectacular setting in which to play. The result is a golf course unlike any other, allowing you to experience all the different courses you can play in Michigan, all in one course. Amazing terrain. A dramatic design.

 

“With Harbor Shores, we set out really to change a community,” Nicklaus said. “This wasn’t just about a golf course. This was a non-profit project. That’s the important part of it. When we started, we had a factory where the first tee is. We had to remove toxic waste and buildings. But in the end, the whole course looks beautiful and we hope is enjoyable to play.”