Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Aguila

The Aquila Golf Course facility offers two golf courses; one is a Championship length course while the other is a par-3, nine-hole course. The championship course provides an excellent game of golf for an affordable price. There are scenic views of mountains and downtown Phoenix as well as a challenging layout featuring several water hazards and bunkers. Although the terrain is rather hilly, it is still relatively walk-able. The course has an excellent range of holes that each have a unique character, the par 5’s are especially notable. Native grasses and wildflowers are also present on Aquila’s Championship course, further adding to its natural beauty.

Hey lots of ties again. Tied for first with 68 nets, Rusty Silverman and Neal Fisel. Rusty won on the scorecard playoff and Neal took second place. Tied at 69 nets, Steve Richter and Jim Bays. Steve  got third on a scorecard playoff and Jim was stuck with the Atta-a-Boy. Once again Aguila was in good shape and the weather couldn’t have better. Next up for us is Wickenburg CC. Rest of the field’s scores below.

Next up for VGA April 15, 2017 Wickenburg CC @ 8am for $45.

Open to the public, Wickenburg Country Club in Wickenburg, Arizona features 6,320 yards of golf at its longest tees and a par of 71 . A true “desert style” golf course, Wickenburg Country Club’s back tees have a rating of 70.4 and a slope rating of 118. The golf course was designed by William F. Bell, ASGCA/William P. Bell, ASGCA and re-opened in 2006 after a renovation project converting it from the original 9 hole course to its current 18 hole layout.

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