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Next three events up for VGA, Saturday, August 24, 2019, Legend Trail (+), 7:30 AM, $59.00.  Click here for course information.

OUR LOCATION: Legend Trail Golf Club, 9462 E. Legendary Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85262, Phone: 480-488-7434, Legend Trail Golf Club provides a unique experience to each of our guests. With Championship tees playing at a distance of 6,845 yards, you’ll have to bring your “A” game to score well. However, we offer four sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels so that everyone who chooses to play Legend Trail Golf Club will have an enjoyable experience! And, with our 2015/16 Legend Trail Loyalty Program, you can own a pass that delivers incredible value at a spectacular one-of-a-kind golf location.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019, Talking Sticks*Pijpaash/South (+), 6:56 AM, $40.00. Click here for course information.

Recognized as a top public golf course by Golfweek magazine, Talking Stick Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, boasts the largest public practice facility in the valley to ensure you have the best opportunities to warm-up and practice your swing. Go no further for a fantastic golf outing for your corporate event or personal group. Whether planning for a group of 16 or 300, Talking Stick Golf Club is here to make sure your event is a success. Whether it’s an event or just a casual outing, grab a bite to eat before your round at the Wildhorse Grille for a warm, southwestern breakfast or relaxing lunch. No matter if you are planning a first class wedding or getting a quick meal in, the Wildhorse Grille will treat you with unmatched service. Take advantage of our soft rolling landscape and surroundings to have the wedding of your dreams, offering both you and your loved ones a chance to rejoice and celebrate in the atmosphere that fits your style, complete with a customized menu and an on-site coordinator to help you plan along the way. Having opened in 1998, both the O’odham and Piipaash golf courses (formerly North and South courses) were designed by the design team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The O’odham (North) Course is a links style adventure through grasslands and ingenious bunkering, while the Piipash (South) Course is a more traditional layout with its tree-lined fairways, creative water hazards and smaller, sloped greens, showing that even our golf courses are so much more than common. At Talking Stick Golf Club, you are also moments away from experiencing all there is to do at the Talking Stick Resort. Recognized as a four-diamond resort in Scottsdale, Talking Stick Resort is home to Arizona’s largest poker room, as well as a spectacular casino that hosts 800 multi-denominational slot machines, more than 50 table games, and is open twenty-four hours a day for your convenience. Known for providing nightly entertainment and music, the resort is a fantastic place to relax after a round of golf.
“When commissioned to design Talking Stick Golf Club, our charge was to create two golf courses to accommodate public play yet each decidedly different, with respect to playing characteristics. Talking Stick Golf Club’s O’odham Course (formerly North Course), with its broad, angular holes, rewards thoughtful play through the rise of its many options according to one’s level of skill. Its low profile, slightly crowned greens and close-cropped approaches encourage running as well as aerial assaults. The Piipaash Course (formerly South Course) with its tree-lined fairways and raised greens defended at the sides offers a more straightforward style of play. It presents its challenge and strategy in an open and clear-cut fashion. Whichever course one chooses or prefers, it was our desire to portray golf in a traditional sense, which quietly merges with its tranquil desert surroundings.” – Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw

Saturday, August 31, 2019, Dove Mountain. (+) Combined SGL Event, 12:00 PM Shotgun, $50.00, if you are playing this event and want to make a weekend of it, let Danny Campos or Dave Dean know that you wish to play in the Sunday Shotgun at 10 am too. Click here for course information.

Tucson resorts like The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, honor its natural beauty with an enduring spirit. Our luxury hotel’s guests can sense it by immersing themselves in the spectacular mountain terrain — on a hike, a mountain bike or by playing golf on our Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course. Or simply by taking in a star-filled sky alongside a terrace fire pit. Let us open your eyes to a place that will touch both your soul and sense of adventure. 

Complete entry rules.

Wednesday Events coordinators are Neal Fisel at (623) 363-6658 and Doug Rankin at (480) 223-8705.  You must sign up no later than the Sunday prior to the event.

Saturday Events coordinators are Fred Baldwin at (480) 282-3207 and Dan Christiansen (602) 481-0811.  You must sign up no later than the Wednesday prior to the event.

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 thru 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 guest and members pay their own green fees.  The price is subject to change based on later contract negotiations with our club.  Both guest 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.

The 2019 VGA Club Championship.

The VGA Club Championship is a two-day stroke play tournament usually held near the end of the year. All VGA members who have participated in a minimum of ten VGA sanctioned tournaments are eligible to play in the two-day event. All contestants will be entered in both the low gross and low net events. The event is a 36-hole event over two consecutive days this year. There is a one-time $10.00 entry fee for participation in the tournament. Prize money for low net scores will be awarded as follows; first place, $200, second place $150, third place $100, fourth place $75, and fifth place $50. Prize money for low gross is as follows; first-place $200, second place $150 and third place $100 and is distributed at the annual banquet. A contestant can only claim one prize.