For over 50 years, the Gold Course has been recognized as one of Arizona’s most challenging and respected golf courses. Nicknamed “Arizona’s Monster,” the Gold Course has hosted many signature tournaments over the years, including numerous U.S. Open Qualifiers, U.S. Amateur Qualifiers, several NCAA Regional Championships, and the annual Patriot All-America Invitational – one of the top amateur competitions in the world. The 7,345 yards, par 72 course has also received various industry awards and accolades since opening in 1965, including being named one of the “Top 100 Golf Courses in America.”Wigwam Gold course VGA Big Dog points winners for today’s event.
Rusty Silverman First place. Ron Amstutz Second place. Mike Roether Third place. Ok Russ this is getting out of hand as you win again? First place at Wigwam Gold with a 68 net. Way to go for the Golden Lad. Ron Amstutz takes second place in a 70 net tie with third-place player Mike Roether decided on a scorecard playoff. Stephen Jordan gets the Atta Boy at 71 net. View all scores from today’s event,
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With two award-winning golf courses set in the thriving Sonoran Desert, We-Ko-Pa Golf Club delivers one of the best golf experiences in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area. Scott Miller designed the Cholla Course, while Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw teamed up to create Saguaro. The results have captivated the golf world ever since opening for public play to much acclaim by industry-leading publications such as Golf Magazine, Golfweek, and Golf Digest. Offering breathtaking views of the McDowell Mountains, Red Mountain, Four Peaks, and the Superstitions, We-Ko-Pa Golf Club lies on Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation land that will never be commercially developed. After a round of golf, you can relax at the We-Ko-Pa clubhouse, which features scenic indoor or outdoor dining complete with full-service dining.