Welcome to Foothills!
The Foothills Golf Club truly represents what desert golf should be and caters to both power and course management-minded players. The par-72 Championship, links-style course, was designed by internationally acclaimed architects Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish.
The Foothills Golf Club stretches to almost 7,000 yards with lush rolling fairways, blue lakes, and 65 bunkers set against rough rocky desert terrain. With four sets of tees, The Foothills Golf Club has appeal for golfers of all skill levels and has earned a four-star ranking from Golf Digest, along with being listed as one of Phoenix’s top golf courses. VGA Big Dog points winners for today’s event.
Jim Cox First place.
Steve Richter second place.
Fred Fahs third place. Jim Cox’s 72 net did it for 1st place at the Foothills. Well done Jim. Steve Richter and Fred Fahs tied at 73 nets, with Steve getting 2nd place and Fred getting third on the scorecard playoff. Neal Fisel scored the Atta Bob at 75 net. Tres Rios is next Saturday. .
Full Stats from VGA Golf Genius
022 Stats click here. / 2021 Stats click here. / 2020 stats from Golf Genius Click here. Birdies (skins) scored, Net scores for each flight, all player’s scores, and CTP links, plus full scorecard for any player by clicking on their name link in all golfer’s scores link. When you get there to find the event you wish to review click on it and open individual options, no password required. Perhaps these video tips could help your game
Up next for VGA, Saturday, January 22, 2022, Tres Rios (+) 9:00 AM $46.00.
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Tres Rios offers eighteen holes of traditional championship golf. No more losing your golf balls in the desert! You will notice the serene and breathtaking views of the Estrella Mountains, abundant wildlife, and no hint of urban development during your round. Tucked cozily into the desert foothills, this oasis insulates golfers from the desert environment, lending an opportunity to soak up Arizona’s warmth and sunshine in the sanctity and shade of stately eucalyptus trees.