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Doug Davis Foundation 2009

By • Oct 20th, 2009

The Doug Davis Foundation is having their 2nd annual celebrity golf invitational Dec 7th, 2009 at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, AZ. Come eat, drink, golf and mingle with Hall of Famers, All-Stars and Cy Young Winners.



Michael Sim Earns Instant Promotion To PGA Tour…

By • Oct 6th, 2009

Michael Sim, Australian native now based in Scottsdale, Ariz. earned his way onto the PGA Tour for the remainder of this year and next following his third victory of the year on the Nationwide Tour.



Get Last Minute Tee Times Via Text

By • Sep 17th, 2009

It is a great way for golf courses to communicate with their database to fill last minute tee times. The golf courses are allowed to send one message per day and can actually send information about anything.



Arizona Golf Goes Green

By • Sep 8th, 2009

The partnership with Solar Motion Labs means the SWSPGA is doing its part to build a clean energy economy. This relationship gives Arizona golf courses the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint on the planet, maximize potential economic incentives and tax benefits of purchasing a solar product, and become more energy efficient in the long run.



Arizona Golf Course Overseeding Maitenance Schedule

By • Sep 4th, 2009

If you’ve played any golf in Phoenix in the fall, you know that it’s transition time, time to say goodbye to those grainy Bermuda grass greens and say hello to the silky-smooth winter rye. However, the over-seeding process can put a damper on course conditions for a few weeks. We want to keep you informed so you can better make your decisions for golf in the next month or two.



Twilight golf: get more for your money…while you still can.

By • Aug 21st, 2009

As the heat of the summer will surely press on, the summer months are dwindling. As kids start back to school, all of us Phoenix golf lovers can get ready for an uncomfortable green fee increase. However, it’s not too late to take advantage of some amazing rates at some of the area’s best courses.



Grayhawks Frys.com Open

By • Jul 9th, 2009

There’s no question Phoenicians know what the biggest show in town is, the FBR Open. But with the recent renewal of contract for the PGA Tour’s second Phoenix stop, the FRYS.COM Open, Grayhawk Golf Club is trying to spread the word.



Superstition Mountain Country Club

By • Jul 8th, 2009

The Country Club features two distinct 18 hole championship golf courses, the Prospector course and the Lost Gold Course. Both being designed by Jack Nicklaus, the Prospector which opened in 1998, was also the creation of his son Gary. The course features wide fairways and very fast greens.



Another Name Expected to Dominate LPGA Leaderboards…

By • Jun 12th, 2009

Blumenherst, winner of the 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur, will make her pro debut June 11-14 in the Michelob Ultra Duramed Futures Players Championship. Later this month, she will make her LPGA Tour debut as a pro June 25-28 in the Wegmans



His Time to Shine

By • Jun 9th, 2009

After receiving a special exemption from the PGA of America, Allen justified the invite by winning the event, but not without drama. Allen rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt to beat the field and closest competitor Larry Mize by two strokes to end his 20-year victory drought. Allen joins Arnold Palmer as the only men in history to win the Alfred S. Bourne Trophy in their Champions Tour debut.