AK-CHIN SOUTHERN DUNES GOLF CLUB TO HOST EXPERIENCES WITH NOTAH BEGAY III

AK-CHIN SOUTHERN DUNES GOLF CLUB TO HOST EXPERIENCES WITH NOTAH BEGAY III

Posted on August 05, 2019
Notah Begay III, current NBC Sports and Golf Channel commentator and a four-time winner on the PGA TOUR, will host two, free one-hour golf clinics on Saturday, August 10th at Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club in Maricopa. Begay, the most decorated Native American golfer in history, will host a kids clinic for ages 16 and under at 8 a.m. and a complimentary golf clinic for adults-only at 10 a.m. In addition, Begay will be the special guest at the Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Bogle Vineyards Wine Dinner at 5 p.m. that evening in the club’s Arroyo Grille.  
 
During the golf clinics, Begay and the Ak-Chin Southern Dunes PGA professional staff will help attendees with the fundamentals of golf and sharpening the swings. Registration is required and space is limited for the golf clinics. Priority registration is available for Ak-Chin Indian Community Members. Register for the golf clinics by emailing Devin Lowe at dlowe@troon.com or by calling 520.426.6830.
 
Begay will be the special guest at the Bogle Vineyards Wine Dinner. For $65 per person (plus tax and gratuity), the Wine Dinner includes a five course meal with each course paired with a different Bogle Vineyards wine. Bogle Vineyards wines will be available for discounted purchase, with a two bottle minimum purchase per person required. Reservations are required and attendees must be 21 years or older. Wine Dinner reservations can be made by calling 520.426.6832.
 
Begay, the only full-blooded Native American to have played on the PGA TOUR, was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Begay secured a scholarship to Stanford University where he earned a degree in Economics in addition to earning All-American Honors three times and leading the golf team to a National Championship in 1994. In addition to winning four PGA TOUR tournaments, Begay became only the third player in the history of professional golf to shoot 59 in a professional event. He partnered with good friend Tiger Woods in the 2000 President’s Cup.
 
When Begay is not on the golf course, he dedicates his time to positively impacting the Native American community. In 2005, Begay launched The Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation. The Foundation works to battle obesity and diabetes in the Native American youth. In addition, Begay owns a golf course development firm and works exclusively with Native communities to develop world-class golf properties.
 
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