Wednesday, June 26, 2024, We Ko Pa / Saguaro course.

The Saguaro Course at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club combines distinctive desert golf traits with the timeless traditions of golf course design. For example, it’s built for walking with greens near the next tee. It follows the natural movement of the land; they didn’t move much dirt. The playing corridors are wider when compared to the target-golf design.

VGA Round Results from today’s event.

Flight A top 3

Leading the We Ko Pa tournament today was Rob Kazaroff with a net score of 71 for 1st place. Congratulations, Rob! Kevin Haskew followed closely in second place with a net of 72, and Steve Yamasaki claimed third with a net of 73. The Atta Boy award went to Dave Dean for his net score of 74.

Flight B top 3

We need to discover what’s fueling these three gentlemen’s performance. Jim Foster clinched 1st place once more with a net score of 71, sharing the lowest event score with Rob Katzaroff. Congratulations to both. Although Robert Froehlich tied with Jim, he settled for 2nd place after a scorecard playoff. Lovell Robinson, Ron Landon, and Neal Fisel all finished with net scores of 76, with Lovell securing 3rd place and Ron and Neal jointly earning the Atta Boy accolade.

VGA Big Dog point leaders for the 2024 season Click here.

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Up next for VGA, Saturday, June 29, 2024, Aguila 6:02 am for City rate.

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