Wednesday, January 22, 2020, / Golf Club of Estrella Located just 30 minutes west of downtown Phoenix, this spectacular desert golf course, nestled in the master-planned community of Estrella, features challenging play in the midst of breathtaking beauty. This dramatic course of Nicklaus Design, with Jack Nicklaus ll as the primary designer, flows along the contours of the land, allowing washes and hillsides to remain in a pristine state. Golf Club of Estrella, consistently ranked by Golfweek magazine as one of the Top-Twenty Public Courses in Arizona is the ideal venue for tournament groups, charity events and corporate outings. Out staff provides pre-planning expertise to insure that your event will exceed all expectations. Todays Scoring Tom Willis 1st PlaceRichard Brooks 2nd place.Larry Burton 3rd place.Hey, the Snake Wrangler is back in town. Tom Willis scored a nifty 74 net which may not seem that great but on the Golf Club of Estrella that was really good today. Richard Brooks and Larry Burton tied at 75 net with Richard getting 2nd place and Larry 3rd place on the scorecard playoff. Dave Dean chipped in for a 77 net and the prized Atta Boy. Paul Mickela got the only good Birdie for the day on hole # 7 worth $51 as much as winning the whole thing. Well done Paul. Big Dogs Low Net Scoring Birds CTPs Next up for VGA, Saturday, January 25, 2020, Falcon Dunes (Shotgun, Food, Hole in one fund) (+) 8:30 AM $74.00. Click here for the course website. Falcon Dunes Golf Course is truly one of the top military golf courses in the world. This 18-hole, par 71, championship layout features mounded contours that frame rolling fairways and undulated greens. The Golf Course also features a fully stocked Pro Shop to include Ping Club fitting available by appointment Hungry for a bite? The Snack Shack is open daily to help you refuel and refresh after a long day of golf. Planning an event? With the picturesque White Tank Mountains, what better way to celebrate by renting the Falcon Dunes Golf Course. Catering is also available on site. Share this:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related
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Some might not know that at Falcon Dunes #15 tee box there is no longer a drop zone. If ball is hit in water, one can tee again or drop appropriately behind the water hazard.
Glad I could help and hope to play next month, shoulder cooperating.
Yo! Alan, thanks for the tip. Knew this was you because of shoulder injury. As you must know, we have multiple injuries that are exactly the same!!! Brother by another mother I am sure! Big Strappin’ Bill Cox