Saturday, April 28th, 2018 / Cave Creek

Cave Creek – 18 Hole Championship Course
15202 N. 19th Ave. – (Located on 19th Ave. south of Greenway Rd.
Tee Time Line: 602-534-GOLF.Open daily, year-round. Please call for seasonal times.

Flight 1 View all results here.

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Adair, John

Valley Golfers Association
72 -7 65 $39.00 5.00
2 Matthews, Mark

Valley Golfers Association
73 -5 67 $27.00 3.00
3 Dalton, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
82 -4 68 $0.00 1.00
4 Hughes, Ben-Atta-Boy

Valley Golfers Association
74 -3 69 $0.00 0.00
5 Bays, Jim

Valley Golfers Association
83 -2 70 $0.00 0.00
6 Campos, Dan

Valley Golfers Association
73 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
7 Delgado, Dan

Valley Golfers Association
83 E 72 $0.00 0.00
8 Richter, Steve

Valley Golfers Association
84 E 72 $0.00 0.00
9 Hecocks, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
79 +1 73 $0.00 0.00
10 Silverman, Rusty

Valley Golfers Association
87 +3 75 $0.00 0.00
11 Burton, Larry

Valley Golfers Association
84 +3 75 $0.00 0.00
NS Patterson, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
NS NS $0.00 0.00

Flight 2

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Bettin, Allen

Valley Golfers Association
79 -10 62 $36.00 5.00
2 Snively, Lloyd

Valley Golfers Association
96 -4 68 $24.00 3.00
3 Hebert, Thomas

Valley Golfers Association
84 -3 69 $0.00 1.00
4 Storms, Margaret-Atta-Girl tie

Valley Golfers Association
106 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
5 Heller, Bill-Atta-Boy tie

Valley Golfers Association
100 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
6 Clark, Daniel-Atta-Boy-tie

Valley Golfers Association
87 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
7 Rodriguez, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
88 +1 73 $0.00 0.00
8 Gunderson, Ron

Valley Golfers Association
93 +2 74 $0.00 0.00
9 Moore, Dwain

Valley Golfers Association
95 +3 75 $0.00 0.00
10 Disque, Eugene

Valley Golfers Association
92 +3 75 $0.00 0.00
NS Blair, Brian1

NS NS $0.00 0.00
NS Nickles, Jak

NS NS $0.00 0.00

Next, up for VGA, Wednesday, May 2, 2018, Verrado (Founders) 7:30 AM $ 50.00. 

John Fought and Tom Lehman collaborated on the course at Verrado Golf Club, a voluptuous design that meanders through the old Caterpillar bulldozer proving grounds. It’s up and down for 18 holes and that doesn’t mean “chip and a putt.” The course is a good test with chances to score and a handful of memorable and scenic holes. Where Verrado Golf Course will eat you alive is in the bunkers. Some bunkers are hard to carry, others collect wayward shots. But the fairways are wide enough to avoid trouble, and what appears to be the safe shot off the tee will often bring greenside bunkers more into play. So pick your poison. While the back nine is far superior to the front, going out still has its fair share of memorable holes. A huge boulder 30 feet tall on the par-4 eighth jets out from the left side around which the fairway shapes itself. A perfect line from the tee box is to take the ball five yards right off its edge, but hitting the boulder is certain death by desert. The boulder was scheduled to crumble via dynamite, but stood up to the TNT and was deemed an immovable object. Open and playable for all skill levels, the Verrado Golf Club is a sublime experience.

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Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 / Union Hills

In the Phoenix area, discover one of the northwest valley’s hidden treasures… Less than five minutes from the 101 Freeway and Union Hills Drive lies one of the valley’s best-kept secrets… Union Hills Golf & Country Club. A semi-private club with all the amenities you would expect A Championship Greg Nash designed 18-hole golf course; first-class practice facilities, A clubhouse featuring Large Dining Room, The Del Grill and Cocktail Lounge.

Flight 1 Full results click here.

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Roether, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
80 -4 68 $43.00 5.00
2 Rodriguez, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
86 -3 69 $29.00 3.00
3 Hughes, Ben

Valley Golfers Association
78 -3 69 $0.00 1.00
4 Giljum, Tom – Atta Boy

Valley Golfers Association
83 -2 70 $0.00 0.00
5 Bays, Jim

Valley Golfers Association
86 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
6 Willis, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
83 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
7 Burton, Larry

Valley Golfers Association
82 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
8 Niblack, Jim

Valley Golfers Association
87 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
9 Dalton, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
89 +1 73 $0.00 0.00
10 Matthews, Mark

Valley Golfers Association
85 +5 77 $0.00 0.00
11 Arndt, Alan

Valley Golfers Association
90 +7 79 $0.00 0.00
12 Nelson, James

Valley Golfers Association
95 +7 79 $0.00 0.00

Flight 2

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Panarello, Mick

Valley Golfers Association
91 -5 67 $36.00 5.00
2 Baldwin, Fred

Valley Golfers Association
86 -3 69 $24.00 3.00
3 Meehan, Warren

Valley Golfers Association
92 -2 70 $0.00 1.00
4 Gunderson, Ron-Atta Boy

Valley Golfers Association
91 -2 70 $0.00 0.00
5 Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
88 -1 71 $0.00 0.00
6 Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
102 +2 74 $0.00 0.00
7 Haigwood, Dennis

Valley Golfers Association
97 +3 75 $0.00 0.00
8 Kowalchik, George

Valley Golfers Association
98 +4 76 $0.00 0.00
9 Golz, Richard

Valley Golfers Association
96 +4 76 $0.00 0.00
10 Disque, Eugene

Valley Golfers Association
96 +5 77 $0.00 0.00

Next up for VGA, Saturday, April 28, 2018, Cave Creek 8:00 AM 49.00.


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Saturday, April 21st, 2018 / Ken McDonald + Saturdays, Don Peterson, Two-man Best ball play.

Ken McDonald is one of the most active and reasonably priced 18 hole par 72 championship golf courses in the metropolitan Phoenix area with a full-service restaurant and bar. The golf course was built in 1974 and designed by the famous local architect Jack Snyder. This 18-hole championship course provides an excellent round of golf for every skill level at an affordable price. This well-maintained course has been a favorite to Arizona golfers and is consistently ranked as one of the area’s top daily fee courses. The course, while flat, has well-placed hazards that provide a fun and challenging golf experience. Ken McDonald also hosts a fantastic program for junior golfers.

Flight 1 Ken McDonald All results click here.

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Points
1 Dalton, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
82 -5 67 5.00
2 Silverman, Rusty

Valley Golfers Association
81 -4 68 3.00
3 Brooks, Richard

Valley Golfers Association
78 -3 69 1.00
4 Roether, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
79 -3 69 0.00

Flight 2 Ken McDonald

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Points
1 Panarello, Mick

Valley Golfers Association
88 -7 65 5.00
2 Inman, Robert

Valley Golfers Association
93 -5 67 3.00
3 Haigwood, Dennis

Valley Golfers Association
93 -3 69 1.00
4 Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
100 -2 70 0.00
Pos.

Saturdays Don Peterson 2 man Best Ball 2018

To Par
Net
Total
Net
1 Hebert, Thomas + Panarello, Mick

Valley Golfers Association
-13 59
2 Dalton, Tony + Haigwood, Dennis

Valley Golfers Association
-13 59
3 Silverman, Rusty + Inman, Robert

Valley Golfers Association
-13 59
4 Brooks, Richard + Snively, Lloyd

Valley Golfers Association
-12 60
5 Delgado, Dan + Ewing, Harley

Valley Golfers Association
-12 60
6 Clark, Daniel + Gunderson, Ron

Valley Golfers Association
-11 61
7 Roether, Mike + Bl[Snively, Lloyd]

Valley Golfers Association
-11 61
8 Burton, Larry + Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
-11 61
9 Baldwin, Fred + Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
-9 63
T10 Bays, Jim + Smouse, Joseph

Valley Golfers Association
-8 64
T10 Hecocks, Tom + Storms, Margaret

Valley Golfers Association
-8 64
12 Adair, John + Bl[Storms, Margaret]

Valley Golfers Association
-7 66
13 Szakal, Frank + Currie, Jeffery

Valley Golfers Association
-5 67
14 Richter, Steve + Lukert, Gordon

Valley Golfers Association
-3 69

Steve Richer admires his new found Snake money won from Uncle G.

Next, up for VGA, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Union Hills 8:00 AM $ 39.00. 

Welcome to Union Hills Golf and Country Club!
In the Phoenix area, discover one of the northwest valley’s hidden treasures… Less than five minutes from the 101 Freeway and Union Hills Drive lies one of the valley’s best-kept secrets… Union Hills Golf and Country Club. A semi-private club with all the amenities you would expect from a Greg Nash designed 18-hole championship golf course. Nash’s name is synonymous with beautiful, playable golf courses that provide fun, fair challenges to players of all abilities while blending seamlessly with their natural surroundings. Plus Union Hills offers first-class practice facilities, and a clubhouse featuring a Large Dining Room, The Del Grill and Cocktail Lounge, Off-Track Betting, a fitness center and pool.

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Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 / Kokopelli

Kokopelli Golf Club’s breathtaking par-72, 6,716-yard championship layout was designed by golf course architect Bill Phillips to blend seamlessly with its beautiful natural surroundings within the El Dorado Lakes community in Gilbert, AZ. Large stands of mature trees frame rolling Bermuda fairways and fast-breaking greens, with seven serpentine lakes, impressive mounding, and unique bunkering creating both strategic diversity and a stunning backdrop for golf. The golf course is complemented by an expansive golf practice facility open daily until 10 p.m., with a team of top PGA teaching professionals available for private and group instruction for golfers of all ages and abilities. To book a tee time, click here. For more information about golf instruction, tournaments or clinics, please call (480) 926-3589.

Well, Atta Boy ties for me today. Rusty Silverman scored an Eagle on # 11 today said he was putting so bad he had to chip it in.  Bill Heller takes 1st place today as the Carver scored a 66 net to win again at Kokopelli today. Doug Rankin got second place with a nice 68 net with a 3-way tie for 3rd place at 69 nets.  Tom Giljum got the 3rd place money with Harley Ewing and Tom Willis splitting the Atta Boy award. All on the Scorecard Playoff. Rest of the field results click here.

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
96 -6 66 $42.00 5.00
2 Rankin, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
88 -4 68 $25.00 3.00
3 Giljum, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
83 -3 69 $17.00 1.00
4 Ewing, Harley

Valley Golfers Association
95 -3 69 $0.00 0.00
5 Willis, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
80 -3 69 $0.00 0.00
Player Eagles and Birds Skins Purse Details
Willis, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
2 $12.00 Birdie on 1, Birdie on 18
Brooks, Richard

Valley Golfers Association
1 $6.00 Birdie on 14
Giljum, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
1 $6.00 Birdie on 10
Silverman, Rusty

Valley Golfers Association
1 $6.00 Eagle on 11
Dodge, Pete

Valley Golfers Association
1 $6.00 Birdie on 2

Next up for VGA, Saturday, April 21, 2018, Ken McDonald (2) 7:57 AM 39.00 + Saturdays, Don Peterson, Two-man Best ball play. 

Ken McDonald is one of the most active and reasonably priced 18 hole par 72 championship golf courses in the metropolitan Phoenix area with a full-service restaurant and bar. The golf course was built in 1974 and designed by the famous local architect Jack Snyder. This 18-hole championship course provides an excellent round of golf for every skill level at an affordable price. This well-maintained course has been a favorite to Arizona golfers and is consistently ranked as one of the area’s top daily fee courses. The course, while flat, has well-placed hazards that provide a fun and challenging golf experience. Ken McDonald also hosts a fantastic program for junior golfers.

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Saturday, April 14th, 2018 / Tres Rios

Tres Rios offers 18 holes of traditional championship golf. No more losing your golf balls in the desert! You will notice the serene and breathtaking views of the Estrella Mountains, abundant wildlife, and no hint of urban development during your round. Tucked cozily into the desert foothills, this oasis insulates golfers from the desert environment, lending an opportunity to soak up Arizona’s warmth and sunshine in the sanctity and shade of stately eucalyptus trees. Make sure to reserve your tee time now to ensure your opportunity to play this oasis in the desert!

Flight 1

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Points
1 Adair, John

Valley Golfers Association
76 -2 69 5.00
2 Roether, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
80 E 71 3.00
3 Dalton, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
86 +1 72 1.00
4 Meehan, Warren

Valley Golfers Association
91 +2 73 0.00
5 Richter, Steve

Valley Golfers Association
87 +4 75 0.00
6 Clark, Daniel

Valley Golfers Association
93 +6 77 0.00
7 Disque, Eugene

Valley Golfers Association
96 +7 78 0.00
8 Burton, Larry

Valley Golfers Association
86 +7 78 0.00
9 Baldwin, Fred

Valley Golfers Association
104 +17 88 0.00
DNF Rodriguez, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
DNF DNF 0.00

Flight 2

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Points
1 Pierce, John

Valley Golfers Association
92 -5 66 5.00
2 Storms, Margaret

Valley Golfers Association
97 -4 68 3.00
3 Rankin, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
92 +2 73 1.00
4 Panarello, Mick

Valley Golfers Association
95 +2 73 0.00
5 Smouse, Joseph

Valley Golfers Association
98 +4 75 0.00
6 Lukert, Gordon

Valley Golfers Association
99 +4 75 0.00
7 Snively, Lloyd

Valley Golfers Association
105 +6 77 0.00
8 Currie, Jeffery

Valley Golfers Association
96 +7 78 0.00
9 Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
106 +7 78 0.00
10 Kowalchik, George

Valley Golfers Association
100 +10 81 0.00
11 Goshinska, John

92 +21 92 0.00
DNF Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
DNF DNF 0.00

Up next for VGA, Wednesday, April 18, 2018, Kokopelli 8:00 AM $ 45.00 

Conveniently located within the El Dorado Lakes community near Arizona State University and just 20 minutes from Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport, Kokopelli Golf Club in Gilbert offers the service and amenities of an upscale private club, at daily fee prices. Open to the public seven days a week for golf, tournaments, dining and special events, the club also offers attractively-priced membership options – offering avid golfers unlimited access and an array of exclusive benefits and privileges.

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Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 / Stone Creek and Don Peterson Best Ball event.

Etched into the desert on the pristine terrain in the heart of Phoenix, Stonecreek Golf Club’s magnificent par-71, 6,871-yard championship course was originally designed by Gary Grandstaff and Roy Dye, brother of the iconic Pete Dye and part of the Dye Designs dynasty. The course was subsequently re-designed by noted golf course architect Arthur Hills & Associates to modernize course infrastructure and bring it up to today’s standards while incorporating numerous environmentally-friendly maintenance and agronomy practices.
The result is an adventurous, breathtaking links-style layout that has been rated four stars by Golf Digest. Mature trees frame emerald green Bermuda fairways and hilly, elevated greens, with creek beds meandering throughout the course and coming into play on five holes – adding to the course’s beauty as well as its strategic diversity. While challenging for scratch golfers, five sets of tees on each hole enable golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy this picturesque desert golf gem, which features panoramic vistas of the Squaw Peak Mountains from every hole.
Neal Fisel Hole in one on #12 at Stone Creek

Wow, Neal Fisel bought the beers today by sinking a hole in one on a  tough # 12 hole 176 yards at Stone Creek today. Nice job on a tough shot. Flight #1 winners are Doug Patterson in 1st at 66 net, Tom Giljum gets 2nd place in a three-way tie at 67 net Tom got  2nd place, Mike McMahon got 3rd place and Jim Niblack took the Atta Boy. The 2nd net Flight winner was me Harley Ewing tied Ron Gunderson at 68 net and won it on the scorecard playoff. Ron got 2nd place also at 68 net with none other than Uncle G, Gordon Lukert capturing 3rd place tied with his cart mate Bob Inman at 72 nets. Bob took home the Atta Boy. Warm but not too warm excellent tough and pretty tough. Rest of the field’s scores click here. The Don Peterson Best ball event was included in the fun today results below.

Pos.

Don Peterson Best ball Players

Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse
1 McMahon, Mike + Euler, John

Valley Golfers Association
89 -14 57 $100.00
2 Giljum, Tom + Clarke, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
92 -12 59 $60.00
3 Bays, Jim + Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
94 -11 60 $40.00
4 Niblack, Jim + Lukert, Gordon

Valley Golfers Association
99 -11 60 $0.00
5 Brooks, Richard + Ewing, Harley

Valley Golfers Association
97 -11 60 $0.00
6 Patterson, Doug + Inman, Robert

Valley Golfers Association
100 -10 61 $0.00
7 Richter, Steve + Gunderson, Ron

Valley Golfers Association
97 -8 63 $0.00
8 Dodge, Pete + Disque, Eugene

Valley Golfers Association
100 -5 66 $0.00
9 Dalton, Tony + Baldwin, Fred

Valley Golfers Association
99 -5 66 $0.00
10 Roether, Mike + Bl[Baldwin, Fred]

Valley Golfers Association
94 -4 67 $0.00
11 Burton, Larry + Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
109 -1 70 $0.00

Net Flight 2

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Ewing, Harley

Valley Golfers Association
96 -3 68 $36.00 5.00
2 Gunderson, Ron

Valley Golfers Association
89 -3 68 $24.00 3.00
3 Lukert, Gordon

Valley Golfers Association
98 +1 72 $0.00 1.00
4 Inman, Robert

Valley Golfers Association
99 +1 72 $0.00 0.00
5 Euler, John

Valley Golfers Association
89 +2 73 $0.00 0.00
6 Disque, Eugene

Valley Golfers Association
93 +3 74 $0.00 0.00
7 Clarke, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
97 +7 78 $0.00 0.00
8 Baldwin, Fred

Valley Golfers Association
96 +7 78 $0.00 0.00
9 Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
99 +8 79 $0.00 0.00
10 Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
118 +17 88 $0.00 0.00

Net Flight 1

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Patterson, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
78 -5 66 $39.00 5.00
2 Giljum, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
81 -4 67 $27.00 3.00
3 McMahon, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
83 -4 67 $0.00 1.00
4 Niblack, Jim

Valley Golfers Association
80 -4 67 $0.00 0.00
5 Brooks, Richard

Valley Golfers Association
82 +2 73 $0.00 0.00
6 Bays, Jim

Valley Golfers Association
89 +4 75 $0.00 0.00
7 Dalton, Tony

Valley Golfers Association
90 +4 75 $0.00 0.00
8 Roether, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
84 +4 75 $0.00 0.00
9 Burton, Larry

Valley Golfers Association
86 +6 77 $0.00 0.00
10 Richter, Steve

Valley Golfers Association
91 +7 78 $0.00 0.00
11 Dodge, Pete

Valley Golfers Association
94 +8 79 $0.00 0.00

Player ACEs and Birdies

Skins Purse Details
McMahon, Mike

Valley Golfers Association
2 $14.00 Birdie on 2, Birdie on 14
Brooks, Richard

Valley Golfers Association
1 $7.00 Birdie on 18
Dodge, Pete

Valley Golfers Association
1 $7.00 Birdie on 10
Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
1 $7.00 Hole in One on 12
Bays, Jim

Valley Golfers Association
1 $7.00 Birdie on 4
Ewing, Harley

Valley Golfers Association
1 $7.00 Birdie on 8
Burton, Larry

Valley Golfers Association
1 $7.00 Birdie on 9

 

Next up for VGA, Saturday, April 14, 2018, Tres Rios (2) 8:00 AM 42.00 

Tres Rios offers 18 holes of traditional championship golf. No more losing your golf balls in the desert! You will notice the serene and breathtaking views of the Estrella Mountains, abundant wildlife, and no hint of urban development during your round. Tucked cozily into the desert foothills, this oasis insulates golfers from the desert environment, lending an opportunity to soak up Arizona’s warmth and sunshine in the sanctity and shade of stately eucalyptus trees. Make sure to reserve your tee time now to ensure your opportunity to play this oasis in the desert!

Golf Humor 

 

Saturday, April 7th, 2018 / Coldwater

Located in the West Valley of Phoenix, AZ, Coldwater Golf Club offers a championship golf experience combined with service levels and course conditions that surpass the expectations of golfers visiting the facility. The Forrest Richardson designed course features spectacular elevated tees, deep swales, and cascading fairways that create rolling terrain and dramatic, undulating golf holes that break the mold of most West Valley Phoenix golf courses. Each hole at Coldwater golf club offers its own character, beauty, and challenges that together create a golf experience that will challenge players of all skill levels and inspire golfers to play the course again and again.

First flight Al Dan 65, Rusty Silverman 66, Dan Delgado 66. Flight 2 Neal Fisel 67, Eugene Disque 68, Dennis Haigwood 69. Rest of the field’s scores can be viewed here.

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Points
1 Dan, Al

Valley Golfers Association
75 -7 65 5.00
2 Silverman, Rusty

Valley Golfers Association
81 -6 66 3.00
3 Delgado, Dan

Valley Golfers Association
80 -6 66 1.00
4 Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
88 -5 67 Atta Boy

Next up for VGA, Wednesday, April 11, 2018, Stone Creek 7:00 AM $ 49.00 + Wednesdays, Don Peterson, Two-man Best ball play. 

Etched into the desert on the pristine terrain in the heart of Phoenix, Stonecreek Golf Club’s magnificent par-71, 6,871-yard championship course was originally designed by Gary Grandstaff and Roy Dye, brother of the iconic Pete Dye and part of the Dye Designs dynasty. The course was subsequently re-designed by noted golf course architect Arthur Hills & Associates to modernize course infrastructure and bring it up to today’s standards while incorporating numerous environmentally-friendly maintenance and agronomy practices. The result is an adventurous, breathtaking links-style layout that has been rated four stars by Golf Digest. Mature trees frame emerald green Bermuda fairways and hilly, elevated greens, with creek beds meandering throughout the course and coming into play on five holes – adding to the course’s beauty as well as its strategic diversity. While challenging for scratch golfers, five sets of tees on each hole enable golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy this picturesque desert golf gem, which features panoramic vistas of the Squaw Peak Mountains from every hole.

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Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 / Superstition Springs

Named by Golfweek among “America’s Best Golf Courses,” Superstition Spring Golf Club’s magnificent par-72, 7,005-yard championship golf course was designed by Greg Nash to blend seamlessly with its serene natural surroundings in Mesa, just 25 minutes from Scottsdale. Beautiful mature trees frame emerald Bermuda fairways and immaculately-maintained greens, with striking mounding, expansive bunkers, and picturesque water features creating both strategic diversity and a stunning backdrop for golf. While challenging for scratch golfers, five sets of tees on each hole enable golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy this imaginative golf gem. A former host of a PGA TOUR Qualifying event, Superstition Springs’ superb conditioning, excellent playability and outstanding service have earned it recognition as one of the region’s most desirable locales for golf tournaments, corporate outings, and golf league play.

Neal Fisel and Doug Rankin tied at 65 net Neal gets first on a scorecard playoff and Doug gets second place. Tom Willis gets the 3rd place with a 68 net and Larry Burton gets the Atta Boy with a 70 net. Rest of the field’s scores click here.

Pos. Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Purse Points
1 Fisel, Neal

Valley Golfers Association
84 -7 65 $45.00 5.00
2 Rankin, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
85 -7 65 $27.00 3.00
3 Willis, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
79 -4 68 $18.00 1.00
4 Burton, Larry

Valley Golfers Association
79 -2 70 $0.00 0.00

Next up for VGA, Saturday, April 7, 2018, Coldwater + 7:30 AM 50.00. 

Located in the West Valley of Phoenix, AZ, Coldwater Golf Club offers a championship golf experience combined with service levels and course conditions that surpass the expectations of golfers visiting the facility. The Forrest Richardson designed course features spectacular elevated tees, deep swales, and cascading fairways that create rolling terrain and dramatic, undulating golf holes that break the mold of most West Valley Phoenix golf courses. Each hole at Coldwater golf club offers its own character, beauty, and challenges that together create a golf experience that will challenge players of all skill levels and inspire golfers to play the course again and again.

Golf Humor