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.
Big Dogs Scoring
Gordon Lukert 1st place. Dan “The Legend” Clark 2nd place. Al Dan 3rd place. Oh my, oh my, the Dean of VGA’s light was shining bright today. He blew the competitors away with a 64 net score today at Aguila by 4 strokes. Gordon Lukert was very close to shooting his age. Well done Gordon. Danny “The Legend” Clark was in at 68 net to take second place. Al Dan took 3rd at 69 net. Big action with the Atta Boy today, Chris Ray, Jeff Meshey, Joshua Fadel, Tom Anderson, and Llyod Snively tied at 70 net and shared the coveted prize with no playoff requested.
All golfers scores for today with the top 3 being the Big Dog Point winners.
Full stats from Golf Genius Click here. Birdies (skins) scored, Net scores for each flight, all players scores, and CTP links, plus full scorecard for any player by clicking on their name link in the all golfers scores link.
The Legacy Golf Club, rich in heritage and history, is an 18-hole par 71 championship golf course designed by renowned golf course architect Gary Panks. Located on what was once Dwight B. Heard’s 7,500-acre ranch, the golf club is rich in Arizona heritage and history. Taking great pride in preserving and integrating many of the historical structures and monuments, our 18-hole championship golf course offers a unique look and an added opportunity to experience some Arizona history and of the Heard legacy, from which the golf club takes its name. The original two-grain silos, built-in 1902, still remain along the 18th fairway and were once the tallest structures in Maricopa County. The Sierra Vista House, which marks the 1st tee, was visited on occasion in the early 1900s by Theodore Roosevelt and Pancho Villa. Come make your own history at the Legacy Golf Club!