Saturday, June 8, 2024, Dobson Ranch GC.

Historic Dobson Ranch boasts a rich, robust history as a friendly, welcoming, gathering spot for local cattle buyers to come and share a meal and a tale. That sense of hospitality extends into the present as evidenced by the many faithful, decades-old golf associations who call Dobson Ranch Home. And we will carry that sense of hospitality forward into the future as we make Dobson Ranch Arizona’s most fun and friendly golf experience. Enjoy the natural beauty and player friendliness of Dobson Ranch.

VGA Round Results from today’s event.

Flight A top 3

Derek Schwertley is no longer the “New Guy,” having achieved the lowest net score and securing 1st place in A flight at 68 net. Congratulations on a job well done, Derek. Ron Amstutz claimed second place with a net score of 69, while Mathew Brogen Sr. and Ben Hughes tied for third at 72 net. However, it was Matt who took home the prize money, leaving Ben with the Atta Boy. Indeed, it’s a tough world!

Flight B top 3

Today, and not for the first time, Don Majors claimed the top spot at Dobson Ranch GC with a net score of 69. Bill Hell, often known as “The Carver,” came in second with a net score of 70. Tom Hebert secured third place, winning a scorecard playoff against Steve Richter, as both finished with a net score of 71. Steve Richter received the Atta Boy award.

VGA Big Dog point leaders for the 2024 season Click here.

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With four sets of tees, play at Sun City Country Club spans between 5,145 and 6,275 yards, making it a treat for players of all skill and experience levels.

SCCC is a par 72 golf course, and the variety and challenges on these grounds have made it a long-time Arizona golf favorite! Home to the 2014 & 2015 Arizona Women’s Open, we know that you will enjoy a club that has withstood the test of time.

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Comments (2)

  1. Brian Dempster


    Not sure I understand why tee sheet says my handicap gets 14 but the net score shown is 11.

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