Following an exciting finish to this past weekend’s Safeway Open in which 24-year-old Cameron Champ from Sacramento won his second career PGA TOUR tournament, Silverado Resort and Spa – the host property for the PGA TOUR event – has unveiled a new Golfer’s Dream Stay & Play Package.
The Golfer’s Dream Stay & Play Package allows golfers to save up to 30 percent on their luxurious accommodations and green fees. As part of the package, golfers can enjoy one full round of golf per person, per night on either Silverado Resort and Spa’s North Course or South Course; play golf for free after 2 p.m. on the day they arrive; and enjoy unlimited use of Silverado’s practice facility, range balls, and club storage service. Plus, Sunday departures receive complimentary late check-out until 2 p.m. (based upon availability).
“The overall experience at Silverado was exceptional, the resort and course conditions were outstanding at this Troon-affiliated destination,” said Team Troon Ambassador and PGA TOUR star Justin Thomas. “We appreciated all of the hospitality; it was a great week at Silverado Resort and Spa.”
Silverado Resort and Spa is Napa Valley’s only 36-hole golf resort. The 7,166-yard, par 72 North Course annually hosts the Safeway Open, while the 6,612-yard, par 72 South Course is a favorite among members and resort guests. Both courses were re-designed by World Golf Hall of Fame member and former lead NBC golf analyst Johnny Miller. In 2019, the North Course was named to Golfweek’s Best 2019: Top 200 Resort Courses ranking. In addition to two 18-hole golf courses, Silverado features 340 guest rooms, a full service Spa, 10 tennis courts and 10 swimming pools, all in close proximity to Napa Valley’s 540-plus wineries.
“Following an amazing Safeway Open and an outstanding performance by 24-year-old Cameron Champ, we invite golf fans to experience this beautiful and historic property for themselves,” said resort owner Johnny Miller.
Silverado Resort and Spa can be experienced in many ways; including golf stay and play packages, golf groups of 12 or more players, through lessons and golf schools at the Johnny Miller Golf Academy or by becoming a member and joining the Silverado community.