Registration open for Westin Kierland Golf Championship

Kierland Golf course (submitted photo)

Kierland Golf course (submitted photo)

The Westin Kierland Golf Club will host its inaugural Club Championship on Dec. 12-13.

Open to the public, the event will offer two rounds of golf, lunch daily, a variety of prizes, and a value-packed tee package that includes discount offers such as a $69 replay offer.

“The Westin Kierland Golf Club is known for its commitment to innovation and fun. This championship will be no different – it’s just one more way we can help golfers have a great experience on the course. Whether you play for fun, or to compete, you’ll enjoy two days of great golf, and also have the opportunity to earn the distinction of being named the Club Champion of one of the finest golf courses in Scottsdale, ” stated Nancy Dickens, director of Golf at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, in the release.

Players may register under men’s and women’s divisions.  Flights will be established at registration deadline.

Prizes will be awarded for both Gross and Net Divisions, according to the release.  A verifiable handicap must be provided one week prior to the event.

The Professional Division champion will win a one-year range pass.

Cost to enter The Westin Kierland Club Championship is $179 excluding tax.

For information or to register, contact the Kierland Golf Shop at 480-922-9283 or e-mail

The Westin Kierland Golf Club is a Troon-managed course designed by Scott Miller featuring 27 holes that form a complementary collection of nines – each with its own flavor and strategy, but all equally enjoyable and challenging.

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