The Wigwam is a 331 room luxury resort located in Litchfield Park just 30 minutes from Phoenix's Sky Harbor Airport. Since opening in 1929, The Wigwam has welcomed guests from around the world to a destination resort rich with the spirit of "Authentic Arizona."" In 2009, new ownership led by former Phoenix Suns owner and National Director of USA Basketball, Jerry Coangelo, began major renovations updating and restoring The Wigwam while embracing its rich history as one of the country's leading golf resorts. Their consistent stewardship continues to improve the quality of the Interclub Challenge experience year after year. Learn more about Wigwam Golf Resort
The Wigwam is more than a resort; it is a part of Arizona history. Situated in the West Valley, this iconic hotel has become synonymous with Litchfield Park and is in many ways the cornerstone of that very community.
Blending casual elegance with the charm of the Southwest, the Wigwam is a 440 acre getaway destination that promises unforgettable experiences, no matter the reason for visiting. Little wonder then that guests have come from around the Valley, throughout Arizona, all across the nation and the world.
Boasting of luxury casitas and suites, a variety of award-winning restaurants and a full array of recreational amenities, pools and a spa, perhaps what The Wigwam is best known for are its 54 holes of championship-caliber golf. Among them are two Robert Trent Jones, Sr. courses that include the famed Gold Course, and The Patriot (formerly Blue Course). Rounding out the golf experience is The Heritage (formerly the Red Course), designed by renowned course architect Red Lawrence.
The Wigwam - an Arizona treasure since 1929.
In 1989, former Wigwam Vice President and General Manager Cecil Ravenswood, created the Interclub Challenge. His vision lives on every January with the playing of this enjoyable Pro-Am tournament. The event and the resort are a wonderful way to begin the New Year. The Interclub Challenge has a loyal following of teams from Colorado, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas, South Carolina, California, Louisiana, Nebraska, and Kansas. Please feel free to share tournament information with any of your golfing friends!View Interclub Challege Scoring History
Make your First Golf Tournament of 2018 Memorable
January 9th - 14th, 2018 - A Unique 54-Hole Pro-Am event with a 28-year history in the Arizona desert...The 29th Annual Wigwam Interclub Challenge includes:
Tournament Host Since 1989: Keith Kalny, PGA
PRIVATE & SEMI PRIVATE CLUBS: Each team will be identified as representing a private or semi-private club. Only two amateurs need be from the same club for the team to represent that club.
TEAM MEMBERS: A team consists of one golf professional and four amateurs with established and active USGA handicaps. Two of the four amateurs should be current members of the same private or semi-private golf club. The professional of the team does NOT need to be the professional employed by that club. Amateurs will be using 85% of their USGA course handicap for both the team and individual competition. The golf professional is responsible for verifying the above eligibility requirements.
LIMITED FIELD: The field will be limited to the first 44 teams with entry forms and deposits submitted.
For Practice Round Tee Times call 800-909-4224. Practice Round Times can be booked starting December 1st.
When calling please ask to be transferred to the Golf Shop
Spouses are invited to all social functions. A special GOLF RATE for spouses of $49 (including cart) is available every day.
Second rounds for tournament participants are complimentary
Single = $2277
1 Amateur Private Room
Double = $1542 each
2 Amateurs Sharing a Room
Couple = $2505
1 Amateur with Non-Playing Guest
Amateur Not Staying at the Resort = $1320
Golf Professional Entry Fee
Single = $359 with Spouse = $559
Includes Complimentary Room for Professional
THE FORMAT REMAINS THE SAME: The Gold Course format for the first two days will be two best net balls of the fivesome. The Heritage Course format for the first two days will be one best gross plus one best net ball of the fivesome.
There will be a cut after 36 holes with the low 22 teams and ties playing the Gold Course on the final day. The third round format will be one gross, two net best balls.
The remainder of the field, those teams not making the cut, will play the Patriot Course in the annual "Wait Till Next Year Consolation Event." Teams not making the cut will also play one best ball gross, two net best balls (scores from round 1 and round 2 are eliminated for the consolation event).
There will be individual low gross and low net competitions for amateurs during the first 36 holes of competition and an individual competition for the professionals during the same 36 holes. Amateurs will use 85% of their USGA course handicap for team and individual scoring.
The field will be split in two. You will play the Heritage Course the first day and the Gold the second day or vice versa. For the first day, tee times will run consecutively off the first tee from 8:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. The second day of play is a 10:00 AM shotgun start with a complimentary breakfast buffet at Red's Bar & Grill that morning.
The tournament includes practice rounds on Tuesday and Wednesday. Early Bird room rates and green fees apply to January 7th - 8th. Green fees on Sunday, January 15th will be $60 plus tax. The professional will be responsible for arranging practice round tee times. All second rounds for tournament participants are complimentary for every day of the event. Spouses receive a special green fee rate of $49 plus tax per round including cart, January 9th through January 14th. Spouses can call to make tee times starting December 1st.
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