G OLD COURSE-PAR 72 – 7,345 YARDS 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.” Big Dogs Scoring
Al Dan 1st place. Joshua Fadel 2nd place. No image available. Stephen Jordan 3rd place. Al Dan again, wins the Wigwam Gold event today with a 68 net only score in the sixties. Joshua Fadel took 2nd place and Stephen Jordan tied him at 71 net but took third on the scorecard playoff. Ron Amstutz and Dan “The Legend” Clark tied at 74 net and shared the Atta Boy.
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. Rules of Golf videos from USGA.
Next up for VGA, Wednesday, September 23, 2020, Palmbrook Shotgun start at 7:30 AM $27.00.
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Welcome to Palmbrook Country Club. Under new ownership and new management, some things you can expect to see include great course conditions, exceptional member and guest service, better overall golf experience, and a truly FUN country club atmosphere. Opening in 1972, Palmbrook Country Club offers a fun, yet challenging golf experience for golfers of all skill levels. At 6,800 yards, the tree-lined park-style layout allows for the occasional errant tee shot while demanding greens and well-placed trees require good golf to score well.