Wednesday, June 8, 2022, Trilogy at Power Ranch In Gilbert, Az.

Eighteen holes of spectacular Arizona championship golf meander their way through the cleansed desert of the Queen Creek wash, following with every turn the subtle elevation changes of the area. The par-71 Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch located in the southeast Phoenix Valley was designed by golf course architect Dick Bailey and stretches over 6,900 yards. Natural undulations and strategically placed mounding combine with Trilogy’s natural setting to create a golf course that is able to both challenge the accomplished player and accommodate the novice.

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VGA Big Dog points winners for today’s event at Trilogy @ Power Ranch GC in Gilbert, AZ. Dan Christiansen takes first place with a 66 net score well done Dan. George Kowalchik takes 2nd place at 67 net and Gary Vance and Rusty Silverman score a tie at 68 nets. Gary got the money for 3rd and Russ is the Atta Boy again.

Flight one top 3

Flight two top 3.

The Dean of VGA Gordon Lukert celebrates his 90th birthday at the VGA event at his old stomping grounds at Trilogy @ Power Ranch golf course.

Full Stats from VGA Golf Genius

2022 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 a 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 is required.

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Up next for VGA, Saturday, June 11, 2022, TPC Champions (+) 8:18 AM $69.00. Tap here to get the course website.

TPC Scottsdale was the sixth club in the TPC Network, born from the dream of the PGA TOUR Commissioner Deane Beman. His vision was to create a network of clubs that would embody the TOUR’s rigorous quality standards, provide unparalleled venues for TOUR events, and further advance the PGA TOUR’s charitable contributions. In early 1986, the Phoenix Thunderbirds (host organization for the Phoenix Open) started looking for a new tournament site. Their intention was to grow the event, which was limited in size and number of spectators by its previous location, the Phoenix Country Club. Many locations in Phoenix were considered, but due to environmental issues, the Thunderbirds were running out of options. TOUR Commissioner Beman began assisting the Thunderbirds in identifying a new location when then Scottsdale Mayor, Herb Drinkwater, called with the perfect solution – he could secure land within the city of Scottsdale that would offer the ideal setting for a stadium-style course. So in cooperation with the Bureau of Reclamation, the City of Scottsdale, and the Phoenix Thunderbirds, the PGA TOUR moved the event to its new location ¬and named it Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale. TPC Scottsdale and The Stadium Course began construction in January 1986. The design team of renowned architects Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish was directed by Commissioner Beman to create a similar Stadium design like that at TPC Sawgrass – allowing all spectators a perfect view of the tournament.

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