Saturday, September 28, 2019, / Aguila

About Aguila 18… 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

Todays Scoring

Rusty the “Golden Lad” in with 62 net wins today at Aguila. Tom Hecocks the Shoeless one took second place with a 65 net and Scratch Danny Campos gets 3rd place at 66 net. Dan Christiansen and John Adair Share the Atta Boy. John Adair also scored an eagle on # 5 today congrats to hard-hitting John.

Big Dogs

Flight 1 Low Net Scoring

Flight 2 Low net Scoring



Next up for VGA, c Wednesday, October 2, 2019, Trilogy Power Ranch (+) 8:04 AM $ 55.00 Click here for course information.

Eighteen holes of spectacular Arizona championship golf meander their way through the cleansed desert of the Queen Creek wash, following with every turn the subtle elevation changes of the area. The par-71 Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch located in the southeast Phoenix Valley was designed by golf course architect Dick Bailey and stretches over 6,900 yards. Natural undulations and strategically placed mounding combine with Trilogy’s natural setting to create a golf course that is able to both challenge the accomplished player and accommodate the novice.

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