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A world-class setting, at a world-class golf club
There is a reason that the Legends Tour has been coming back to Golf Club Bad Ragaz due to its stunning setting situated in the heart of the breath-taking Alpine landscape, the first-rate hospitality and also the challenging pristine 18-hole Championship Course.
Golf Club Bad Ragaz is the only resort in Switzerland to have its own two golf courses, embedded in an incomparable mountain panorama and a wonderful park always ensuring and striving for perfection.
25th anniversary celebrations
The spectators, players, promoters and the Legends Tour are delighted to be back in Bad Ragaz this week to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the event. The event over the years has compiled many memories, with a long list of renowned winners including last year’s winner and a player who has recorded 14 total career wins José Cóceres. The Argentinian is in the field this week to defend his title from 2019.
2011 winner and seven-time Legends Tour winner Peter Fowler also makes up the list of illustrious names to win at Bad Ragaz, along with Carl Manson who has won 25 times on the Legends Tour, a record that still stands from 2011.
Major winners & former Ryder Cup Captains to compete at Bad Ragaz
2006 Ryder Cup Captain and former World Number 1, Ian Woosnam, will join the field this week along with 2005 U.S. Open winner Michael Campbell and 2021 Legends Tour Order of Merit winner Stephen Dodd.
Former Ryder Cup players Phillip Price and Joakim Haeggman will also join a strong field that includes six-time DP World Tour winner Thomas Levet and Switzerland’s own André Bossert.
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