Wednesday, November 29th / Stonecreek

Etched into the desert on the pristine terrain in the heart of Phoenix, Stonecreek Golf Club’s magnificent par-71, 6,871-yard championship course was originally designed by Gary Grandstaff and Roy Dye, brother of the iconic Pete Dye and part of the Dye Designs dynasty. The course was subsequently re-designed by noted golf course architect Arthur Hills & Associates to modernize course infrastructure and bring it up to today’s standards while incorporating numerous environmentally-friendly maintenance and agronomy practices. The result is an adventurous, breathtaking links-style layout that has been rated four stars by Golf Digest. Mature trees frame emerald green Bermuda fairways and hilly, elevated greens, with creek beds meandering throughout the course and coming into play on five holes – adding to the course’s beauty as well as its strategic diversity. While challenging for scratch golfers, five sets of tees on each hole enable golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy this picturesque desert golf gem, which features panoramic vistas of the Squaw Peak Mountains from every hole.
Robert Inman

Robert Inman, where have ye been? Practicing no doubt and winning the Stonecreek event in a scorecard playoff with 2nd place finisher Fred Baldwin both at 68 net. Third place goes to Randy Walton at 70 net and the Atta-A-Boy goes to the Golden Boy Rusty Silverman at 71 net. How appropriate? Next up for VGA, Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 at Falcon Golf Club 8:00 AM $ 40. Full results click here

1 Inman, Robert

Valley Golfers Association
94 -3 68 $54.00 5.00
2 Baldwin, Fred

Valley Golfers Association
88 -3 68 $32.00 3.00
3 Walton, Randy

Valley Golfers Association
82 -1 70 $22.00 1.00
4 Silverman, Rusty

Valley Golfers Association
86 E 71 $0.00 0.00

Next up for VGA, Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 at Falcon Golf Club 8:00 AM $ 40. 

Falcon Golf Club opened for play in 1997 and quickly became a valley favorite for first class public golf at affordable golf rates. Brian Curley of Landmark Golf Company designed Falcon Golf Club. Majestically nestled around the Estrella & White Tank Mountains, the front nine is target style with desert-like conditions and the back nine is more traditional with bunkers, water, and trees separating the fairways and greens. The golf course plays at 6733 yards from the back tees with par of 71. Falcon Golf Club has been known for having greens and fairways in great condition. Falcon is a great venue for tournaments because the golf course is playable for the beginning golfer yet challenging for the advanced golfer.

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