Wednesday March 22, 2017 Superstition Springs

Superstition Springs Golf Club’s superb championship golf course, array of upscale amenities and impeccable guest service have it earned it recognition among the best daily fee golf course properties in Arizona. Whether you are seeking a picturesque venue for a relaxing round of golf with family and friends or a memorable backdrop for golf tournaments, weddings or corporate meetings, Superstition Springs will exceed your expectations at every turn.

Small crowd today at Superstition CC, but the course and the golfers were great. Tied at 68 net Fred Baldwin and John Euler dueled it out for 1st place. Fred got it on a scorecard playoff. John gets second place. In third place at 70 net, Jim Bays. Thanks to Fred and Neal for pushing my cart and me out of a mud slope today. Next up Aguila, great fun course be there if you aren’t too busy. Rest of the field scores below.

Next up for VGA, Saturday, March 25, 2017 Aguila 8:02 $49.00. 

The Aquila Golf Course facility offers two golf courses; one is a Championship length course while the other is a par-3, nine-hole course. The championship course provides an excellent game of golf for an affordable price. There are scenic views of mountains and downtown Phoenix as well as a challenging layout featuring several water hazards and bunkers. Although the terrain is rather hilly, it is still relatively walkable. The course has an excellent range of holes that each have a unique character, the par 5’s are especially notable. Native grasses and wildflowers are also present on Aquila’s Championship course, further adding to its natural beauty.

Golf Humor Truisms

  1. Always concede the fourth putt.
  2. Bunkers have the unnerving habit of rushing out to meet your ball.
  3. Coincidentally the only remaining set of clubs in the professional’s shop was made especially for you.
  4. Curing the faults in your swing can never be affected in just one lesson from a professional.
  5. Curly, downhill, left-to-right putts are usually followed by curly, uphill, right-to-left putts.
  6. Delicate chip shots over bunkers always catch the top of the bank and fall back.
  7. During the first round with a brand new set of clubs, the ball has to be played from a road.

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