Talking Rock Golf Club to Host AGA Senior Cup Event

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Championship golf course in Prescott provides perfect setting for amateur play.

Talking Rock’s Jay Morrish-designed championship golf course in Prescott will play host to Arizona Golf Association’s (AGA) Senior Cup Series Tournament on Monday, July 17, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. Talking Rock is one of six stops on the new cup series and is open to AGA members 55 years of age and older with a USGA Handicap Index of 36.4 or under. The 7,350-yard 18 hole Prescott Arizona golf course allows amateur golfers to compete to earn prizes and awards – all against the backdrop of the breathtaking Granite Mountain. This event is free and is open to the public.

“We support AGA’s mission to foster the enhancement and expansion of the game of golf,” said Jim Leisenring, PGA member and general manager of Talking Rock golf course. “Hosting this tournament is just one more way to show our support for AGA and amateur golf in Arizona.”

The course’s strategically placed bunkers and ample landing areas in the fairways and around the greens create a balance between risk and reward, creating an equal playing field for the variance of talent among the amateur field. And, after a long day of golf, players are invited to stay and experience Talking Rock’s rich history and deep spirit. “We want people to think of Talking Rock as more than a championship golf course, but as a place to relax and enjoy the beauty and wonder of rural high country living,” said Leisenring.

Offering the best of both worlds, Talking Rock is located in a peaceful, rural setting just minutes from Prescott where homeowners have access to shopping, dining, entertainment and numerous outdoor recreational opportunities. It is a 3,400-acre private, luxury home community in Prescott, Arizona with a casual western lifestyle and the amenities of an exclusive country club.

The Prescott home lots available at Talking Rock are a development of Harvard Investments, a Scottsdale, Arizona based real estate development company respected for its high quality, residential projects throughout the Southwest. Harvard designed and developed communities are found in Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas, Texas; and in Phoenix, Sedona, and Tucson, Arizona.

Harvard’s Canadian parent, the Hill Companies, is a privately held diversified company involved in real estate development, oil and gas production and distribution, broadcasting, surety bonding, and life insurance. The Hill Companies celebrated its 100th year of continuous family ownership and operation in February, 2003.

More information on Talking Rock real estate and Harvard Investments, Inc. can be found at

For more information on the Arizona Golf Association, please call (480) 944-3035 or visit their web site at


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