The final PGA of Canada national championship of 2015 is set to take place next week at Verrado Golf Club, just west of Phoenix in Buckeye, Az.
That will be the site of the Titleist and FootJoy PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada, which gets underway Monday and continues until Wednesday.
“We’re very excited to be headed back to Arizona and even more excited to be going to Verrado Golf Club for the PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada,” said PGA of Canada president Constant Priondolo. “Last year was a great success with a full field in Arizona and we expect the same this year.”
Situated in the foothills of the White Tank Mountains and designed by PGA Tour player Tom Lehman and U.S. Amateur champion John Fought, the Verrado Golf Club stretches to over 7,200 yards featuring stunning views, box canyons, and considerable elevation changes.
The 54-hole $85,000 purse Titleist and FootJoy PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada will feature a nearly 100-player field that will be cut to the low 70 players and ties after completion of the second round.
As well, an Inter-Zone Team Championship, which is comprised of four players per zone (and three scores per team counting), will also handed out after 36 holes.
For first round tee times, click here.