The Citrus Golf Trail Ladies Invitational 2022 Set at Sun ‘N Lake

Sebring, Florida–December 26-30, 2022, the Legendary Ladies’ event, formerly known as the Harder Hall Ladies Invitational, has officially opened registration for the four-day tournament that is returning to Sun ‘N Lake Golf Club.  The CGT Ladies Invitational will kick off with an official practice round on Thursday the 26th.

Registration for the 68th playing of the event will be open until November 30th and will continue to award World Amateur Golf Ranking points. Originally started in 1956, the tournament had been held at the Harder Hall Club each year. Since 2021, it is now being played at Citrus Golf Trail member Sun ‘N Lake Golf Club.

The Citrus Golf Trail is dedicated to organizing and promoting the growth of the game of golf in the Highlands County area, supporting the values inherent in the game, and honoring the legacy of local golfing traditions, so the CGT Ladies Invitational is a perfect fit for the Trail’s overall mission,” said Visit Sebring’s Casey Hartt.

“The Citrus Golf Trail was thrilled with the success of last year’s event and everyone’s support of the tournament move to Sun ‘N Lake, a Troon-managed facility,” said Andy Kesling, Citrus Golf Trail Director. “It is exciting to watch golf’s up-and-coming female golfers continue in the footsteps of so many amazing golfers before them right here in Sebring.”

Joining the event is the host hotel for the tournament, Inn on the Lakes, the finest in luxury accommodations that Sebring has to offer. Other hotel partners will be offering great rates as well.

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“As the Citrus Golf Trail Ladies Invitational organizer, we are thrilled to host this historic tournament again in its hometown of Sebring,” said Alan Verlander, CEO of Airstream Ventures. Known as the Value Golf Capital of America, Sebring’s collection of golf courses offer great value, history, outstanding service, and above all, an extraordinary experience.”

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