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Covid-19 be aware.

To all VGA players: Please, you should bring enough drinking water with you to make it through your round. Some courses are not providing water or coolers during the covid-19 era on the course and on some, the cart girl doesn’t exist either. It’s going to be a long Summer. 

To: All VGA Members: It has come to the attention of the VGA Board of directors there are member concerns regarding the Corona Virus and whether or not the VGA should or should not continue to play its tournaments. A vote was extended to all board members for their opinion regarding this issue. Responses from all 13 board members voted in favor of continuing its play golf tournaments until such time the public is ordered by the Governor to “Stay at Home”. The VGA board recommends taking all necessary precautions if there are any concerns including bringing hand sanitizer or sanitizing wipes. The board also recommends using your common sense. If you’re not feeling well, stay home. Golf is one of the few activities we have during these unique times and as a result, the VGA board recommends to play golf, have fun, but be safe.

Respectfully, Dan Campos, VGA President

A foggy morning start at Superstition Spring Golf Course
A foggy morning start at Superstition Spring Golf Course. Fog is relatively rare in AZ but not on this day.

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Preview of upcoming events below.

Saturday, May 30, 2020, Stonecreek (SG) (+) 7:00 AM $50.00. Click here to get the course website.

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.

Wed, June 3, 2020, Westbrook Village/Lakes course (+) 7:30 AM $30.00. Tap here for the course website.

Saturday, June 6, 2020, TPC Champions (+) 7:30 AM $54.00. Tap to view the course website.

TPC Scottsdale was the sixth club in the TPC Network, born from the dream of then PGA TOUR Commissioner Deane Beman. His vision was to create a network of clubs that would embody the TOUR’s rigorous quality standards, provide unparalleled venues for TOUR events, and further advance the PGA TOUR’s charitable contributions. In early 1986, the Phoenix Thunderbirds (host organization for the Phoenix Open) started looking for a new tournament site. Their intention was to grow the event, which was limited in size and number of spectators by its previous location, the Phoenix Country Club. Many locations in Phoenix were considered, but due to environmental issues, the Thunderbirds were running out of options. TOUR Commissioner Beman began assisting the Thunderbirds in identifying a new a location when then Scottsdale Mayor, Herb Drinkwater, called with the perfect solution – he could secure land within the city of Scottsdale that would offer the ideal setting for a stadium-style course. So in cooperation with the Bureau of Reclamation, the City of Scottsdale, and the Phoenix Thunderbirds, the PGA TOUR moved the event to its new location ¬and named it Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale. TPC Scottsdale and The Stadium Course began construction in January 1986. The design team of renowned architects Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish were directed by Commissioner Beman to create a similar Stadium design like that at TPC Sawgrass – allowing all spectators a perfect view of the tournament.

Complete Entry Rules

Signup Policy: Players who intend to participate in any VGA event will receive an email invitation from the event coordinator approximately 2 weeks prior to the event date.  You may choose Playing or Not Playing. If you choose to play, you will receive a Round Signup Confirmation confirming that you are either registered or are on the waitlist.  If you choose not playing you will receive a Round Signup Confirmation confirming that you are not registered.  Keep the response in the event you change your mind.  If need be, you may cancel your entry using the online entry page on the VGA web site.  You can communicate directly with the event coordinator through Golf Genius software.  Your name will be added or removed by your input using this method.  (1) First come, first served.  Those who sign up within the noted time frame shall be selected to fill available slots first; (2) If timely requests are greater than available tee times, the course will be asked to allow fivesomes or provide additional tee times; (3) Late requests will be given consideration only if slots are available; (4) Guests may only sign up one week prior to the event.  The price shown is the green fee quoted by the course for the event.  Both guests and members pay their own green fees.  The price is subject to change based on later contract negotiations with our club.  Both guests and members are required to pay $1.00 and are entered into the CTP pot.  An additional fee of $3.00 and or $6.00 is collected from VGA members who wish to participate in the birdie pot and or prize pot for the day (optional).  Guests may not participate in the prize pot or birdie pot.  (Fee for Guests will increase to $5.00 on November 1st, 2019)  Onsite check-in must be completed and all fees paid to the event organizer at least one half-hour prior to the first tee time shown for the event.  VGA Event Coordinator has the discretion to deny your optional entry payment if not paid prior to the 30-minute deadline.  If you believe you may be late call the Coordinators at the top of the page and let them know or have a friend pay for you. 

GOLF COURSES MAY ASK VGA TO GUARANTEE PAYMENT FOR THE TEE TIMES RESERVED. If the VGA is charged green fees for players who signed up and didn’t show up or cancel 48 hours prior to an event start time, the players will be billed accordingly. The player will not be allowed to enter additional events until he reimburses the VGA.


2020 Special events played so far this season.

JPGVO, John Pierce Green Valley Open coming up May 22nd through 25th in Green Valley AZ.

The VGA invites all members and their guests to sign up for the John Pierce Green Valley Open annual golf tournament. The event is a stroke play tournament held over Memorial Day weekend. The actual tournament is a 3-day event starting Friday, May 22th and ending Sunday, May 25th.

This tournament is a non-sanctioned VGA event but rounds played go toward the eligibility for the Club Championship. Posted scores apply as tournament scores (T) to your handicap. The entry fee is $60.00 for player pool + Green fees for each course. The event coordinator is Danny Campos. If interested call Dan at 602-481-5560.

JPGVO, John Pierce Green Valley Open. Finals scores below.


Wednesdays 2020 4-Ball Winners at Orange Tree April 8, 2020


Saturdays 2020 4-Ball Winners at Aguila May 2, 2020.


Champion of Champions final round.

Round 1 of Saturdays Champion of Champions Play.

The 2019 Wednesday Champion of Champions play event.

Wednesday’s first date of Champion of Champions played at Orange Tree, 2/5/2020. The Champion of Champions Tournament is set for early February. It is a one-week handicapped total stroke event for those members who won at least one VGA Wednesday or one Saturday tournament in the previous year (November 1, 201-, through October 31, 201- ). The Wednesday and Saturday winners will have an 18-hole playoff to decide the overall Champion of Champions and the second-place finishers will play for an overall third place. Prize money will be awarded at the annual banquet as follows; first-place – $100, second place – $60, and third place $40. An eligible player who enters both tournaments must pay a $10.00 fee for each event. No additional fees are required for subsequent rounds.


The 2019 VGA Club Championship.

The Club Championship is a two-day stroke play tournament usually held near the end of the year. For the recent past, the Club Championship has been run in conjunction with two consecutive VGA Saturday tournaments or however announced.  All VGA members who have participated in a minimum of ten VGA sanctioned tournaments are eligible to play in the two-day event. The tournament is a 36-hole event to be played as announced prior to the event.  There is a one-time $10.00 entry fee for participation in the tournament. Prize money will be awarded to the top 4 finishers in flights currently scheduled as follows; first-place $200, second place $150, third place $100, fourth place $50 and is distributed at the annual banquet.  A contestant can only claim one prize.

Final 2019 VGA Club Championship Scores

Flight 1 winners
Flight 2 Winners