SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Kierland Golf Club, the 27-hole Troon Golf property in north central Scottsdale is the host course for 1999 Scottsdale City Championship sponsored by Sensory Science. The popular championship is Saturday August 7 and Sunday. 8 staged on Kierland’s Ironwood and Acacia courses.
“As a Troon Golf facility based in Scottsdale, we welcome this opportunity to be of service to our community,” said Kierland Director of Golf Dale Balvin. “We are honored to host this event at Kierland where players can be assured of a challenging but manageable tournament setup.”
The tournament is a 36-hole individual stroke play format with Men’s Gross and Net Divisions, and a Women’s and Junior’s Division. First place winners in each division will receive a Waterford Crystal Trophy and a Dual Deck VCR. Arizona Golf Association tournament points are awarded for the Men’s Gross Division. Damon Krause is the defending champion.
The entry deadline is Friday, July 30 with spots still available. The $140.00 per player entry fee includes golf, lunch, and tee prizes. All interested players may enter by contacting Kierland Golf Club and submitting the entry fee to:
Kierland Golf Club
15636 Clubgate Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Designed by Scottsdale golf course architect Scott Miller, Kierland Golf Club is set in lush, rolling urban parkland near Scottsdale and Greenway Roads. Named for the trees that dominate the landscape — Acacia, Ironwood, and Mesquite – each nine has a separate feel marked by distinguishing characteristics. The entire layout features exciting shifts in elevation, particularly on the Acacia nine where the ninth hole drops nearly 80 feet from tee to green.
For more information call Kierland Golf Club at 480-922-9283 phone, 480-922-0185 fax.