PEORIA, Ariz. -- The Arizona Golf Challenge is ready to begin its inaugural season in the Phoenix Metro Area under the direction of veteran tour director Blane Freytag. The series, which provides golf enthusiasts the experience of competitive stroke-play golf, will host a series of one day events geared to the everyday golfer who wish to test their skills in a competitive environment.
The first event is scheduled for Monday May 19th at the exclusive Ancala CC in Scottsdale. "It is exciting to hold our first event at such a wonderful venue," stated tour director Blane Freytag. "Ancala CC is a first class private venue. It will be a real treat for our players." The entry fee for Ancala CC is only $88.
Tournament format is 4 flights at gross stroke play and 1 flight at net stroke play. "Our goal is to provide fun, fair, competitive individual stroke play golf tournaments at an affordable entry fee," added Freytag. "With 5 flights everyone has an equal shot in our tournaments." The Arizona Golf Challenge is for all male golfers over the age of 16 of all abilities.
At each event, the players are competing for quality trophies and optional side games that pay cash. Since the side games are optional, they won't jeopardize anyone's amateur status.
Entry fees for the Arizona Golf Challenge are individually priced, usually in the $68 - $88 range. Those fees include green fees, shared use of a cart, range balls, scoring and trophies. There will also be optional skins and low front 9, back 9 games at each event. Results and points standings are posted within 72 hours at (www.arionagolfchallenge.com).
Come join them in the excitement and experience tournament golf in a friendly and competitive atmosphere. Bring your friends and watch the competition grow. Visit www.arizonagolfchallenge.com to sign up or call tour director Blane Freytag at (623) 764-3522.
Arizona Golf Challenge