Now Open, The Phoenician Golf Course
After a 10-month redesign, the new Phoenician Golf Course has reopened as an outstanding facility for golf enthusiasts. Using previously existing fairway corridors to reroute the course and develop new holes with re-contoured fairways as well as rebuilt and resurfaced green complexes, Architect Phil Smith transformed the previous 27-hole facility into a cohesive 18-hole golf course with a natural rhythm and flow.
Everything is in front of the golfer, with no surprise bunkers or blind hazards. Showcasing the unique beauty of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert, the course plays to a par 71 and offers four sets of player-friendly tees, ranging from 4,594 yards from the forward tees to 6,518 yards from the championship tees. Complementing it are The Phoenician Golf Shop, locker rooms and 19th Hole dining venue, which were all renovated and expanded. Todays Scoring
Neal Fisel 1st place Gordon Lukert, the Dean of VGA and 2nd place today. Cathy Harvey 3rd Place
Neal Fisel steps up for a 67 net and takes 1st place on the new Phoenician Golf Resort course. Well done Neal. The Dean himself, Gordon Lukert gets 2nd on a 69 net score. Well done young man. Cathy Harvey came in tied with Tom Hebert and Kenny Baca at 71 net. On the scorecard playoff, Cathey got 3rd and Tom and Kenny share the Att Boys. If anyone would like to comment on the new Phoenician Course l would like if you would comment in the comment section below the post. Thanks
Low Net Scoring for Flight 1
Low net Scoring for Flight 2
Next up for VGA, Wednesday, July 24, 2019, Boulders-North (+), 7:00 AM, $50.00.
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L-R, Steve Richter, Doug Patterson, Gordon Lukert, enjoy the beauty of The Boulders Golf Course. June, 8th, 2016. The Boulders Club, a semi-private country club for members, resort guests, and daily fee players, features a 6,811 yard, par 72, championship North Course and a 6,726 yard, par 71 championships South Course, both designed by Jay Morrish. The Boulders is world-renowned as one of the finest golf resorts in the western United States. The courses are considered the most demanding in the Southwest and are known for their rugged beauty. The course offers 36 challenging holes, golf pro shop, fitness center, restaurant, and residential home development. Boulders North Course The North course, the older of the two courses, features spectacular views of Black Mountain as the course meanders through the Boulders community. Both courses are built right into the desert foothills and offer breathtaking panoramas – including stunning boulder formations, striking Sonoran Desert sunsets and natural desert terrain. Keep your eyes open because desert wildlife is often visible during play. Every day, golfers are surprised to see a bobcat, rabbits, coyotes or javelina while hunting for a wayward shot. In short, your experience should be a scenic and natural wonder.