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Feb 07
Resort Report: We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort

By David R. Holland For 20 years We-Ko-Pa has been on the must-play lists of the Greater Phoenix area.  And it just keeps getting better. Most often praised for its zero houses and pristine views, the Cholla and Saguaro 18-hole award-winners are among my favorites. Four Peaks (We-Ko-Pa in Yavapai) rises 7,000 feet in elevation […]

Mar 05
The Wigwam Unveils Six New Golf Buddy Trip Packages

LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ – The Wigwam – Arizona’s only 54-hole golf resort – has unveiled six new Golf Buddy Trip options that meet all buddy trip requirements – fun, golf, off-course entertainment, memorable, affordable and convenient. Whether its guys, gals, spouses or old friends, one of the best things about golf is playing with buddies […]

May 16
Longbow Golf Club To Host New LPGA Symetra Tour Tournament August 27-29

MESA, AZ – Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. will host a new tournament August 27-29, 2020 as part of the LPGA’s recently announced revised 2020 LPGA Symetra Tour schedule.  The Symetra Tour will announce the official name and sponsor of the new event in the coming weeks. Longbow Golf Club previously hosted the Symetra […]

Oct 08
Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club

WICKENBURG, Ariz. – Few pairings are better than when you play a golf course for the first time and you are set up with a local who is about your age, and a savvy, low-handicap golfer. From the first tee shot Dave Coffin nailed his drive and gave great insight and pointers for 18 holes […]

Jun 20
Verrado GC: Rugged Beauty in the Valley of the Sun

BUCKEYE, AZ – Many times when you play in a wild Arizona setting – complete with rocks, boulders, saguaro, ironwood, palo verde, howling coyotes and a stunning view like the White Tank Mountains – you might envision a setting for native Americans and hardscrabble pioneers. But at Verrado Golf Club, just a short drive west […]

Apr 02
Desert Mountain: Golf’s Bold Step in Scottsdale

Unless it’s attached to the words “under par,” seven is the last number you want emblazoned on your golf scorecard. That’s unless you are Desert Mountain’s Bill Brownlee or Wendell Pickett, and this number not only places you in the company of Jack Nicklaus, it’s also linked to the future of golf. Over the past […]