Women’s divisions take place Dec. 12-14, Men’s divisions to play Dec. 17-19, at Troon North and Westin Kierland in Arizona
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Dec. 11, 2023) ー Amateur club champions representing all 41 PGA Sections will compete in the 2023 PGA National Club Championship over the next two weeks at Troon North Golf Club and The Westin Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The fourth annual PGA National Club Championship will be contested by 520 club champions ranging from ages 13 to 80.
The PGA National Club Championship showcases the best amateur club champions and highlights the PGA of America Golf Professionals who helped elevate their games. Winners of 2023 club championships nationwide received an invitation to the 2023 PGA National Club Championship from their PGA of America Professional.
The Championship will feature six divisions, with each division competing over 54 holes. The divisions are Open (any age), Senior (50+ years old) and Legend (60+ years old), for men and women.
The women’s divisions will compete Dec. 12-14, followed by the men’s divisions Dec. 17-19. All contestants will play one round on each of the three courses: Troon North Golf Club’s Monument and Pinnacle courses and Westin Kierland’s Ironwood/Acacia.
TaylorMade, supporting partner of the PGA National Club Championship, will once again be onsite to provide participants with a first-class experience including complimentary fittings.
Elijah Craig, the official bourbon partner of the National Club Championship, will host events on-site, including tastings and happy hours.
Dunning Golf is the championship apparel partner of the National Club Championship, supplying competitors with premier apparel items.
For more information on the PGA National Club Championship, visit the championship website.
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