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Charity Golf
Tournament & Luncheon

Charity Golf Tournament & Luncheon

This year, on Friday, October 7, CTS-2022 is hosting a Charity Golf Tournament & Luncheon at the beautiful Westin Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The event is a fundraiser whose proceeds will go to provide technology grants to help under-resourced, mission-minded, progressive, entrepreneurial churches to “level up” in the use of technology to advance their vision and mission.


18 Hole Best Ball Tournament (Foursomes) with a 9:00 am Shotgun Start – 50% of tournament fee will go directly to fund Technology Grants. Fees also include: Greens Fee and Golf Service Fee, Practice Facility Access, Scorecards, and use of the Driving Range prior to the round. Lots of Fun and Competition Prizes.

The Location


You are invited to experience The Westin Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Honored as one of the "Top 10 Public Courses in Phoenix/Scottsdale" by Golf Advisor and ranked by Golf Digest as one of “America’s 9 Most Cheerful Golf Courses,” Westin Kierland Golf Club is a Scottsdale "must play".


As one of the leading resort courses in Arizona, we are dedicated to providing our guests with a consistently first-rate golf experience by offering a well-maintained, service-oriented golf facility staffed with individuals who act on the values of integrity, passion and teamwork. We are committed to creating a rewarding work environment for our associates while exceeding the expectations of our valued patrons and owners.

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Receive special recognition and visibility for your organization.  Event Sponsorships are available at various levels.




Our Goal

The CTS-2022 Charity Golf event seeks to raise $100k to issue Technology Grants valued at $10k  to 10 deserving churches. Technology Grants provide for digital technology solutions including hardware, software, and training for 1 year. 

The Grant

Each Tech Grant Award Recipient will receive the following:

  • New Website (Standard package)

  • Mobile app (Collaboration and livestreaming capable)

  • Vimeo (Video hosting, sharing, and services platform provider delivering of high-definition video across a range of devices)

  • Wirecast (Live streaming production tool, allows users to create live or on-demand broadcasts)

  • 1 camera (professional grade)

  • Desktop (i.e., iMac)

  • Technical training/consulting (set up, usage of hardware/software, updating of website and mobile app)

  • 1-year hosting/maintenance plan

  • Church Boom Coaching (church growth and leadership development)

Who Can Apply?
(or be nominated)

Churches can apply to receive a technology grant or be nominated by a ministry leader (denominational leader, senior/lead pastor, executive pastor, etc.).  To qualify to receive a CTS-Technology Grant, a church must submit a grant application, an essay, and supporting documentation.  Considered churches must have been in ministry for a minimum of 2 years, have between 25 – 200 members, and have a governing body (Church council, Trustee Board, etc.).

Grant Donations

Donations will be accepted to fund 1) partial grants (to be combined with other partial donations to provide for a full grant), 2) full grant $10,000) or 3) multi-church grants ($10,000 x number of churches to be funded).


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