Epson Tour’s Arizona tournament is moving to TPC Scottsdale, will have largest purse on tour

The Carlisle Arizona Women’s Golf Classic on the Epson Tour is making waves with exciting announcements. The tournament will feature an elevated purse of $400,000, the largest on the circuit, with a $60,000 first-place check. Additionally, the event will move to the TPC Scottsdale Champions Course from its previous home at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa.

The TPC Scottsdale Champions Course, known for hosting prestigious tournaments such as the PGA Tour Champions Q School and Advocates Professional Golf Association Tour, will now host the Epson Tour from May 9-12, 2024. In an exciting development, Epson and the Carlisle Companies have extended their partnership through 2026, reinforcing their commitment to providing exceptional opportunities for athletes on the tour.

Jody Brothers, Epson Tour Chief Business and Operating Officer, expressed excitement about the ongoing partnership, emphasizing Carlisle’s dedication to creating a platform for athletes to pursue their dreams of playing on the LPGA Tour. The Carlisle Arizona Women’s Golf Classic has historically taken place in March, with past winners including Gabriela Ruffels, Fatima Fernandez Cano, and Ruixin Liu.

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