Cologuard Classic, PGA TOUR Champions Golf Tournament

La Paloma Country Club and Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa - Tucson, Arizona

Returns March 8 - 10, 2024


The 2024 event marks the 62nd year that the Tucson Conquistadores have hosted a professional golf tournament to raise monies for local youth athletic programs and colon cancer awareness. The 2024 competition takes place on the Jack Nicklaus Signature Designed Course at La Paloma Country Club at Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa nestled in the Santa Catalina Mountains.

Former tournaments were played on Omni Tucson National's Catalina Course, a popular PGA TOUR venue since the 1960s. The event welcomes a 78-player field competing for a $2.2 million purse. The Tucson Conquistadores was founded in 1962 and includes approximately 225 members who represent a cross-section of the Southern Arizona community. Visit or call (800) 882-7660 for more information.

Watch the Greats Compete for Glory in Tucson

Watch the Greats Compete for Glory in TucsonWatch the legends of the game strut their stuff at the La Paloma Country Club and Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa - Tucson, Arizona. This longtime PGA TOUR Champions tournament host exudes a tradition of excellence and is laid out so fans can see the competition up close. At the entertaining and engaging Maestro Dobel Tequila 2023 Pro-Am, amateur players walk the course shoulder to shoulder with some of golf’s most iconic players.

The Cologuard Classic is an annual event on the PGA TOUR Champions schedule. In 2022, Miguel Angel Jimenez shot 18-under par and captured his twelfth win on the PGA TOUR Champions. Jimenez posted a 198 to set the Cologuard Classic 54-hole aggregate scoring record. This is Miguel Angel Jimenez’s fourth consecutive two-win season. Jimenez made a hole-in-one on the par 3, 14th hole with a 6-iron from 188 yards in the final round. This was his second ace in one week having also knocked in a hole-in-one during the first round on hole 7. The 2023 tournament marked the sixth year as the Cologuard Classic, named after Wisconsin-based Exact Sciences’ noninvasive at-home colon cancer screening test for average-risk individuals 45 years or older, and the ninth year the Conquistadores have partnered with the PGA TOUR Champions.

Tournament week is used as a platform to support critical messaging tied to colon cancer awareness, with PGA TOUR Champions players and the Tucson Conquistadores participating in a pledge to get screened for colon cancer. And, while the tournament message reaches a national audience, locally, the Cologuard Classic impacts the lives of many colon cancer survivors, advocates, and caregivers. Over the past seven years, charity and community impact have been at the core of the event, with the Exact Sciences partnership taking those efforts to new heights in recent years. The First Tee Tucson and Tucson Conquistadores provide children in need with the character-building experience of participating in sports. Since 1962, the Conquistadores have contributed more than $40 million to youth athletic programs.

The Cologuard Classic is televised every year on The Golf Channel. For more event information, visit Cologuard Classic's frequently asked questions webpage. Thinking about next year's tournament? Plan a stay-and-play golf getaway with Tucson and Oro Valley lodging, restaurant, and attractions options, or explore things to do and see before and after the tournament.

Video: Miguel Angel Jiménez’s Round 3 winning highlights from the Cologuard Classic
Video Credit: PGA Tour



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