You know that feeling of exhilaration you get after sinking an ace? Yeah, neither do we. But here are some special offers from our golf partners that will make you almost as happy. You’ll find discounts on everything from greens fees to state-of-the-art equipment that will shave a few strokes off your game. But act fast – these specials are exclusively for Scottsdale Golf Week and will disappear faster than cold beers on a beverage cart.
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Golf is a great activity for the whole family and a number of Scottsdale’s most popular courses offer programs and junior golf academies designed specifically for young athletes. Most offer full instruction for beginners to advanced players, including swing analysis, rules and etiquette, sportsmanship, on-the-course training, and games and prizes. Here are just a few area courses that cater to
Golf is not a game of perfect, as the well-known book title goes. But you can certainly base a perfect day around it! I start with breakfast with my favorite person in the world, Mrs. Mackin, at one of my favorite places, Pinnacle Peak General Store in Scottsdale, where a waffle, bacon, and eggs fill up the fuel tank. There are few prettier, or better, courses than the pair at We-Ko-Pa Golf
Ryan Trapp, a caddie at TPC Scottsdale since 2014, has worked an estimated 450 rounds on the stadium course, home of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He's witnessed two holes-in-one on the famous 16th hole, watched a shot ricochet off the grandstands there and land on the fringe of the green, and had a player hole out from the fairway on 18 to shoot even par. In short, Trapp has seen it all.