Las Vegas, Nev. (April 6, 2016)–Kerri Clark grew up in Las Vegas, winning a bunch as a junior player, and then attended Weber State where she recorded a Hall of Fame golf career. She later played on the LPGA Tour and internationally as a professional before settling in to a successful teaching career. Starting this Friday, Clark is hosting a series of Women 101, 102 and 103 golf clinics at Eagle Crest Golf Club in Golf Summerlin. For all details of the clinics which begin Friday, April 8 and run through May 6, click now or call Eagle Crest at (702) 240-1320. You can also visit her official Kerri Clark website. –By Brian Hurlburt.

Clark, who was born and raised in Las Vegas, also hosts Las Vegas Women’s Golf Schools throughout the year along with Kristen Sunderhaft and Jennifer Alexander. Check out more about the schools at

Eagle Crest is a par 60 executive course and one of three Las Vegas golf courses that make up Golf Summerlin. The other two courses are Highland Falls Golf Club and Palm Valley Golf Club. Each course were designed by esteemed architect Greg Nash and World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Billy Casper.

LPGA Teaching Professional Kerri Clark Hosts Ladies Clinics

Areas covered during the series of clinics at Eagle Crest will include full swing, on course, putting, short game, driving and course etiquette. The clinics are held in a casual setting and offer a nice opportunity get outdoors and enjoy the perfect golf weather in Las Vegas in April.

At Weber State, Clark earned AIAW Division II All-America status as a member of Weber State’s National Championship team in 1982. Clark was the top-ranked golfer nationally in 1983, 1984 and 1985.

In 1985, Clark was named Division II All-American as a member of Weber State’s Small College National Championship team in 1985, and also an NCAA Division I All-American honorable mention.

In her senior season, Clark was ranked sixth nationally in Division I, the highest ranking ever for a Weber State women’s golfer. She also won the NCAA Long Drive competition while at WSU.

Clark holds Weber State records for best rounds for 18, 36 and 54 holes. She was coached at WSU by Mike Farrell and Carl Lynn.

After leaving Weber State, Clark competed on the LPGA, European, Australian and Asian tours. In 1995, Clark joined the John Jacobs team of PGA and LPGA instructors, and has worked at numerous top-notch teach facilities in Oregon, Nevada and Washington.