2018 Arizona Women’s Golf Expo To Be Held At The Westin Kierland Golf Club

Arizona Women's Golf Expo
The Westin Kierland Golf Club will host the 2018 Arizona Women’s Golf Expo, from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM on Sunday, February 11, 2018. The Women’s Golf Expo is designed to showcase what’s new in women’s golf and will include golf clinics taught by LPGA members, a marketplace of vendors offering golf products for women, lunch specials at the Brittlebush Bar & Grill, and special rates on greens fees for participants.

Arizona Women’s Golf Expo tickets are $30 per person in advance (or $40 at the event) and are available through the event website at www.AZWGE.com. Proceeds from the Arizona Women’s Golf Expo will directly benefit the Girls Golf of Phoenix program. This locally funded girls program is empowering more than 220 girls (ages 3-18) and thrives on support from events like the Arizona Women’s Golf Expo.

Arizona Women’s Golf Expo tickets include access to:

  • Hourly Instruction And Adult Clinics
  • Exhibitions With Special Guests
  • Vendors With Unique Products & Deals
  • Silent Auction Benefitting Girls Golf of Phoenix
  • Equipment Fitting With PING
  • Ball Fitting With Titleist

“The Westin Kierland Golf Club is known for its commitment to innovation and fun. We’ve paired that commitment with the goal of bringing more women into the game,” said Nancy Dickens, director of golf, The Westin Kierland Golf Club.

The idea of the Women’s Golf Expo was conceived by Sandy LaBauve, a Golf Digest “Top 50 Golf Instructor” who teaches at Kierland’s LaBauve Golf Academy, and former LPGA player and local instructor Tina Tombs. The event provides women who are new to golf an ideal introduction to the game in a friendly setting, while helping veteran players learn tips for improving their game.

For more information on the Women’s Golf Expo, to purchase tickets and to book tee times, visit www.AZWGE.com.

Women’s Golf Expo is geared towards women, but all are welcome to participate. Westin Kierland Golf Club, Troon and Troon facilities do not discriminate against anyone on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, or sexual orientation.