The road to the 2021 Tour Championship ends in Maineville.
The SOPGA Tour Championship is officially scheduled for October 12 & 13, 2021 at TPC River’s Bend in Maineville, Ohio.
TPC River’s Bend is an Arnold Palmer designed course that opened in 2001 and is a member of the Tournament Players club network operated by the PGA Tour. Between 2002 and 2004 it was the venue for the Kroger Classic, a tournament on the Champions Tour. TPC River’s Bend’s par-72 7,180 yard layout was crafted harmoniously with its surroundings on a hillside overlooking the historic Little Miami River. The golf course meanders through corridors of mature hardwoods and whispering creeks. Winding playing routes, picturesque waterfalls and gentle elevation changes create a stunning backdrop for a memorable Tour Championship. The design of the golf course preserves natural habitats and serves as a refuge for numerous wildlife species, earning it recognition as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International. Each of the course’s 18 holes were meticulously crafted to balance playability with strategy and challenge with stunning beauty.
Will Bob Sowards, PGA be able to repeat for a record breaking 4th year in a row or will someone else be able to claim the title?
Thank you to Mike Reynolds, PGA Head Professional, for hosting the Southern Ohio PGA Tour Championship.