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Horseshoe Bay Resort To Host PGA And LPGA Tour Pros At September Shootout

FORMER BRITISH OPEN CHAMPION TODD HAMILTON LEADS COMPETITIVE FIELD IN TWO-TEAM PLAY

HORSESHOE BAY, Texas, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Horseshoe Bay Resort will be the home of PGA and LPGA pros on Saturday, September 27th as the AAA-four diamond resort hosts the inaugural Shootout at Horseshoe Bay Resort.  The two-team exhibition will match current tour professionals in a competitive two-team shamble to be played at the Resort's new Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course Summit Rock. The action will begin at high noon on Saturday immediately following a champagne brunch for paid attendees.

Leading the Shootout field is 2004 British Open Champion Todd Hamilton. Hamilton, who is scheduled to transition to the Champions Tour next year, will be joined by current PGA touring pro Jason Kokrak, a long-drive specialist who's claimed six top ten finishes on tour over the last two years.

On the ladies' side, LPGA pro Ryann O'Toole will join fellow tour pro Kristy McPherson at the Shootout.  O'Toole has had several career notables including at top ten finish at the US Women's Open while McPherson has earned more than two million dollars in her pro career. Both players have played on the US Solheim Cup team and both appeared on the Big Break reality television show.

Hotel packages through Horseshoe Bay Resort are available online at hsbresort.com Packages include:

  • Overnight accommodations
  • Champagne Breakfast Buffet on Saturday and Breakfast Buffet on Sunday
  • Spectator Passes to the 2014 Shootout at Horseshoe Bay Resort
  • Transportation to and from Horseshoe Bay Resort to the tournament site at Summit Rock

For more information on the Shootout at Horseshoe Bay Resort please call 830.598.3969.

About Horseshoe Bay Resort
Horseshoe Bay Resort is Texas' original lakeside resort. Located in the picturesque Texas Hill Country, a short 45-minute trip from Austin, 90-minute trip from San Antonio and a few hours drive from Dallas and Houston, the 7,000-acre, AAA Four Diamond-rated resort sits along the shores of constant-level lake LBJ. The 377-room resort is home to three championship Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf courses, a newly opened Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, par 72 dwarf Bermuda grass putting course, The Waters 50-room condominium towers and a full-service marina. Horseshoe Bay recently opened Summit Rock, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course Community, while a private airport, 16 tennis courts, bike rentals, hiking trails, spa and fitness centers all add to the extraordinary experience of Horseshoe Bay Resort. For more information and reservations, visit www.hsbresort.com or call 877-611-0112.

Media Contact:
Bryan Woodward
Horseshoe Bay Resort
(830) 598-3969
[email protected]

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