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.
VGA Big Dog points winners for today’s event.
Fred Fahs First place. Jim Cox Second place. Dr. Douglas Walsh 3rd place. Fred Fahs and Jim Cox tie at 67 net today at Power Ranch. Fred got First place and Jim got 2nd place in a scorecard playoff. Well done guys. Third place went Dr. Douglas Walsh at 68 net. Fred Baldwin, Ken Slagle, and Gary Vance tied for the Atta Boy and 70 nets and shared it equally.
Wednesday, October 6, 2021, Fred Baldwin scores an Eagle on hole #13 at Power Ranch. Full Stats from VGA Golf Genius
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Up next for VGA, Saturday, October 9, 2021 Oak Creek CC (+) 9:36 AM $70.00.
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Oakcreek Country Club, designed by the famous father and son team of Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr., can truly be described as a work of art. Par 72, the 18-hole championship golf course is nestled among the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona with views beyond compare, and the golf course design a masterpiece. The golf course is a traditional layout similar to those that you may find in the midwestern United States. In the usual Trent Jones manner, the fairways are classic tree-lined doglegs with fairway bunkers strategically placed in the landing areas, and the greens are all slightly elevated and surrounded by large swirling greenside bunkers. The course is “player-friendly”, allowing plenty of room for error but always with an opportunity to recover and get errant shots back into play. The golf course consists of 145 acres, including three lakes. Water comes into play on the front nine on holes #4, #6, and #7. On the back nine, the water comes into play twice on holes #10 and #18. “Every hole must be a hard par and an easy bogey” — Robert Trent Jones Sr.