Wednesday, February 14th, 2024, Aguila GC on Valentine’s Day.

About Aguila 18… Hole # 1 Gary Panks links design course Challenging layout and design for all levels of golfers Transition areas feature native grasses and wildflowers Set at the base of South Mountain with scenic mountain views Three lakes come into play on five holes Scenic skyline views of downtown Phoenix Continuous cart paths and four sets of tees Aguila (Spanish for Eagle) logo displays the ancient Aztec design of an eagle on merchandise and apparel.

Happy Valentine’s Day to all VGA Members.

VGA Round Results from today’s event.


Flight A top 3

Rusty Silverman 1st @ 72 net, Perry Variano 2nd @ 72 net, Larry Burton 3rd @ 72 net. All places were decided in a scorecard playoff. The Atta Boy was won by Robert Froehlich at 74 net all to himself.


Flight B top 3

Lovell Robinson 1st @ 69 net, Steve Richter 2nd @ 70 net, and Neal Fisel @ 72 net. Danny Clark, Doug Walsh, tied Neal at 72 nets but alas had to share the Atta Boy. In a scorecard playoff of course.


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Up next for VGA, Saturday, 17 February 2024 Encanto (+) + 2 person best ball play 9:10 AM City Rate +10. Tap here for the course Website.

Built-in 1935 and located in the core of the city’s historic district, Encanto is the third oldest golf course in Arizona. Designed by William P. Bell is Ideally suited for the average golfer with wide-level fairways and a limited number of hazards making for an enjoyable round for all ages and levels of golfer. Spectacular views of downtown Phoenix. Amenities include a driving range and practice green.

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Saturday, February 10th, 2024, Ken McDonald GC.

This 18-hole 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.

VGA Round Results from today’s event.


Flight A top 3

1st Robert Froehlich @ 70 net, 2nd Rusty Silverman tied with 3rd place winner Lonny Rakes 71 nets, in a scorecard playoff. Jason Foster in for the Atta Boy at 73 net.


Flight B top 3

1st Steve Richter @ 68 net low score for the day, 2nd Dan Bengtson 2nd @ 69 net was the next lowest, and in a 4-way tie at 73 nets, Doug Walsh was 3rd, Lloyd Snively and Doug Patterson shared the Atta Boy in a scorecard playoff.


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Wednesday, 14 February, 2024 Aguila (+) 10:32 AM City rate. Tap here for the course Website.


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Saturday, February 3, 2024, Union Hills.

Greg Nash designed Union Hills’ 18-hole traditional golf course. The course has four lakes and two creeks incorporated into the design. The fairways are average width, and some of the greens are elevated. The signature hole at Union Hills is #14, a 360-yard Par 4, requiring a carry-over water.

VGA Round Results from VGA Standings, click here.


Flight A top 3

Eric Neilan 1st @ 70 net, Steve Laveirge 2nd @ 72 net, and George Kowalchik @ 74 tied with Don Majors who got the Atta Boy in their scorecard playoff. Kenny Baca shot the only good Birdie for $87 double more than any other player got. Well done Kenny and all the Flight A players.


Flight B top 3

Neal Fisel 1st @ 69 net and the lowest today score well done Neal. Randy Thomas 2nd @ 75 net. and Charles Falcone 3rd @ 75 net and tied by Doris Page who copped the Atta Girl in their scorecard playoff.


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Up next for VGA, Wednesday, 7 February 2024 Tres Rios (+) 9:30 AM $69.00. Tap here for the course Website.

Tres Rios is back…and better than ever! We Are Open for Play! Come see what is new at Tres Rios Golf Course including… New Greens! All 18 holes have new grass and new contours. New Bunkers – All bunkers were rebuilt with new drainage, and shaping and filled with all-new sand! Par 3 Tee Boxes have been rebuilt and re-sodded. After all the golf course work and overseeding, we are excited to show you what we have been up to and have you enjoy your next round playing on our new putting surfaces.

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