Wednesday, August 15, 2018 / Arizona Grand

For over two decades, Arizona Grand Golf Course has supported the rich tradition of the game with its unique links course, featuring panoramic views of the surrounding desert landscape. Dramatic elevation changes and breathtaking mountain vistas highlight the diverse and challenging par 71 layout. The course complements the grandeur of the spectacular Sonoran desert with stunning conditions and a service staff committed to creating exceptional experiences for players of all ability levels. 

Lloyd Snively tore it up scoring a net 60 to win at Arizona Grand today. Steve Richter got 2nd place at 64 net very respectable Steve. Doug Patterson took 3rd at 67 net and John Euler stole the Atta Boy from Gordon with a 68 one stroke better than Uncle G.

Player Total
Gross
To Par
Net
Total
Net
Points
1 Snively, Lloyd

Valley Golfers Association
87 -11 60 5.00
2 Richter, Steve

Valley Golfers Association
76 -7 64 3.00
3 Patterson, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
78 -4 67 1.00
4 Euler, John

Valley Golfers Association
85 -3 68 0.00
5 Lukert, Gordon

Valley Golfers Association
95 -2 69 0.00
6 Heller, Bill

Valley Golfers Association
96 -2 69 0.00
7 Baldwin, Fred

Valley Golfers Association
86 -2 69 0.00
8 Rankin, Doug

Valley Golfers Association
89 +1 72 0.00
9 Kowalchik, George

Valley Golfers Association
95 +2 73 0.00
10 Golz, Richard

Valley Golfers Association
97 +3 74 0.00
11 Harvey, Cathy

Valley Golfers Association
97 +3 74 0.00
12 Silverman, Rusty

Valley Golfers Association
92 +5 76 0.00
13 Giljum, Tom

Valley Golfers Association
91 +5 76 0.00
14 Meehan, Warren

Valley Golfers Association
97 +6 77 0.00
15 Weidemann, Phil

Valley Golfers Association
86 +8 79 0.00

 


Next, up for VGA, Saturday, August 18, 2018, Camelback-Padre 7:00 AM $50.00. 

Designed by world-renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills, Padre Course features towering trees, subtle landforms, and impressive bunkering to sharpen your game. This 6,903-yard, par 72 design is known for its strategic layout and multiple lakes. In fact, the 18th hole of this course was voted the best water hole in the state by Arizona Golf Magazine. A lush parkland setting with spectacular Camelback Mountain views sets this Scottsdale course apart.

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