Tournaments

Westlock Golf Club 2022  Tournament Events

Members Opening Scramble – Sunday May 22

Cost – $45 per person. Tee times start at 12pm and includes dinner and prizes!

 

Alberta Open Qualifier – Wednesday June 1

To sign up please contact Alberta Golf.

 

Westlock Couples Open – Saturday June 4

Cost – $90 per team (member) $120 per team (non-member)

Tee times start at 12pm and includes dinner and prizes!

 

Westlock Senior Open – Tuesday June 14

Cost – $50 (member) $70 (non-member)

Tee times start at 10am and includes dinner and prizes!

 

Mens Two Ball – Sunday July 3

6 holes scramble – 6 holes best ball – 6 holes scotch ball

Cost – $90 per team (member) $120 per team (non-member)

Tee times start at 12pm and includes dinner and prizes!

 

Westlock Ladies Event – Sunday July 17

Voted Westlock Golf’s funnest event of 2021!

Cost – $50 (member) $70 (non-member)

Grab your friends and come out for a non-competitive fun filled day in the sun!  A four person team event full of surprises! Entry includes golf, power cart, meal and prizes!

 

Westlock Mens Open – August 6 & 7

Cost – $125 (member) $150 (non-member)

This two day event includes a complimentary Friday practice round and two meals.  Optional “Horse Race” Saturday and prize presentation Sunday. Tee times start daily at 9am both days.

 

McLennan Ross AJT Event – Tuesday August 16

To sign up please contact Alberta Golf.

 

Par 3 Shootout – Saturday August 20

Cost – $500 per team.  Entry includes power cart and meal.

Every hole is set up as a Par 3, with the chance to win $10,000 on every hole!

 

Westlock Golf Club Championships – August 27 & 28

Cost – $30 (members only).

Cash Scramble – Sunday September 11

Combined team factor MUST be 36.0 minimum. Only one player being 4.0 or less.  All PGA Professionals will play as a 0 factor. $600 per team.  Optional “Honey Pot” and “Super KP.”

 

Ironman – Sunday September 18

Cost – $25 (member) $50 (non-member)

As if golf was not already hard enough!  The golf course is set up with extreme difficulty, where breaking 100 is considered a success!

 

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